Whether you are a Global Science and Engineering (GSEP)
scholar, an international student, or simply want to live in a dynamic
community with students from around the world, your first step in making the
International House learning community your new home is to follow this easy
Please note that space is limited and assignments are made
based on the date of application.
1. Submit the International House application
Read carefully, complete, and submit the International House Application and Personal Statement online.
2. Submit a residence hall contact application
Apply to live on campus with the Office of Residence life
online at nau.edu/reslife.
3. Applications decision
If not admitted, you will receive a Letter of Rejection soon after.
4. Letter of acceptance
If admitted, the applicant will receive an acceptance letter
to the International House. The letter will be sent electronically to the
current e-mail address on file. The acceptance letter confirms that a space has
been reserved for you based on the term you applied.
5. Residence Life is notified
After acceptance to the International House, the Office of
Residence Life will receive notification from the Center of International
Education regarding your acceptance and eligibility to be assigned to a space
at the International House at Northern Arizona University in Aspen Crossing.
6. Room assignments
Rooming assignments will be made in June/July. The space that Residence Life assigns you in March may not be your final placement in the I-House.
The deadline for Spring 2014 is December 15th. The application is open now.