The DPT program is demanding, and we understand that you may
have questions or concerns about your education or future career.
Our knowledgeable faculty can answer
- your degree progress
- career advice
- trouble in your studies
Once you are accepted into the program, a variety of
scholarships, tuition waivers, and student loans will be available to you. The actual amount of scholarship
money that is available each year varies.
Additional information regarding financial assistance may be
obtained from the NAU Office of Student
Financial Aid (1-855-628-6333).
Arizona Physical Therapy Association (APTA-AZ)
The APTA-AZ site provides professional development, networking
opportunities, and will help you succeed by bridging the gap between your
schooling and career.
The APTA-AZ website helps
- find local jobs
- find ways to continue your education past
- purchase PT Gear
- get information on upcoming regional physical
High Altitude Lecture Series (HALS)
Connecting your studies with real world experience is
important. That’s why we sponsor the High Altitude Lecture Series (HALS)—a
series that brings knowledgeable presenters to the university for collaboration
and professional development.
To register for HALS, send the registration form to:
Program of Study Available at this Link:
Student Handbook for Flagstaff Mountain Campus, 2014-2015
Students may use this link to access the NAU DPT student handbook for the 2014-2015 academic year.
Student Handbook for Phoenix Biomedical Campus, 2015-2016
PBC students may use this link
to access the NAU DPT student handbook for the 2015-2016 academic year.