Connect with the School of Forestry

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Whether your interest in forestry is newly budding or you’re a longtime School of Forestry alumnus, you can connect—and stay connected – all from one place.

Future foresters connect

Looking for an educational and enjoyable program to send your kids to this summer? Check out our summer forestry camps. What better setting for kids to learn and have fun than smack-dab in the middle of the forest?

Current students connect

We use e-mail to communicate with our current undergraduate and graduate students. You will be added to the list serve that is most appropriate for your major, as indicated by our records.

Upon admission, you will be encouraged to attend our annual fall weekend Forestry Centennial Campout. Here, you will get to know your professors, meet new students and explore your “new classroom”— the 47,500 acre NAU Centennial Forest. Orientation information will be sent to you upon acceptance. For more information on the campout, or to RSVP, contact Susan Bierer.

Alumni connect

Now that you’ve graduated, keep up with the latest happenings through our Alumni connect page. 

Support the School of Forestry

When you invest in the School of Forestry, you are investing in a distinguished southwest forestry program that focuses on sustainability, and is led by a highly productive research faculty. See how others are supporting our mission. 

Employ a forestry student or graduate

Our students benefit from teaching from world-renowned faculty and numerous hands-on learning experiences; they have skills your organization may be able to use. If you are an employer looking to recruit our students, visit our Forestry Job Center to post a job.