We hope you find this area helpful. It includes links of interest and answers to these Frequently Asked Questions.
Student Code of Conduct
Early Course Enrollment
Early course enrollment occurs each semester during which you have the opportunity to register for the following term. You cannot register if you have an advising hold, measles hold and/or financial hold on your record (e.g., parking tickets). If you have any of these holds, please take care of them prior to your early enrollment appointment time. Information on Early Course Enrollment can be found HERE.
Adding/dropping a course
You are allowed to add a class up until the "Last day to Add a class" deadline which is usually the 9th day of the semester. However, the FCB does not allow classes to be added after the first week of instruction due to the amount of content that faculty believes is missed. Therefore, it is recommended that you enroll and finalize your class schedule early. If you need to add a class after this deadline, you will be required to fill out a "Petition to Add a Class after the Deadline" and pay a fee in order to have the class added to your schedule.
If you need to drop a class, please be aware of the deadlines to drop a class as there are three deadlines that are applicable. Information on each of these deadlines can be found HERE.
Please note: The FCB does not approve petitions for dropping classes after the deadlines unless it is an extenuating circumstance with proper documentation. If you need to drop a course, it is recommended that you meet with an OAS advisor prior to removing it from your schedule. We will inform you of how the action will affect your degree progress.
All deadlines can be found here on the Enrollment Calendar HERE.
Repeating a course
Information on course repeats can be found HERE.
The catalog contains degree requirements for your program and University policies and procedures. These requirements and policies change slightly in each catalog year. The ultimate responsibility for your degree program rests with you. The OAS advisors are available to provide clarification to these policies.
You can determine the catalog year you are to follow by looking on your "Academic Report" in LOUIE.
You can obtain an electronic copy of the catalog HERE.
Students who are pursuing their first bachelor's degree at NAU are required to complete Liberal Studies coursework. For more detailed information on liberal studies requirements, please click HERE.
The FCB Integrated Business Curriculum
BizBlock combines management, marketing, and business communication, giving students the opportunity to integrate key business concepts. Learn more HERE.
The FCB offers many scholarships. Application for these scholarships should be made at the end of the Fall semester; the scholarships are then awarded in the Spring semester for the following academic year. Applications are available online, generally by the end of November, and are usually due back by mid-January. For more information, click HERE.
FCB Student Mentors
The FCB student mentors are an enthusiastic group who want to help make your FCB experience a great one. Learn more about them HERE.
FCB Student Organizations
The FCB has many student organizations. Most have few membership requirements and provide excellent opportunities to meet students with similar interests. During the second week of classes each semester, many organizations have tables in the main floor halls to provide information and solicit members. Also, notices of meetings are posted on the bulletin boards in the building and on the hallway TV monitors.
Alternative Educational Opportunities
Many national and international exchange programs are available to NAU students. For more information on these types of opportunities, please contact the Center for International Education HERE.
Also, many cooperative education opportunities are available so you can gain “real world” work experience in your discipline before graduation (information available from the Career and Intern Coordinator, FCB). Students usually take advantage of these opportunities in their junior year.
FCB Share Drives
To access your FCB share drive from off campus, please read the instructions available HERE.
The FCB Program Fee allows the FCB to provide outstanding support to students. The fee is charged to any student who is a business major and who is a junior, senior or post-baccalaureate student. All students meeting the criteria pay the fee. The fee pays for staff and programs in the Advising Office, the Career Development Office and the Business Communication Center.