FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — Enrollment at Northern Arizona University’s main campus
in Flagstaff is surging and dorms are crowded.
NAU’s Mountain Campus had an enrollment of 19,032 as fall classes began
Wednesday. That’s up nearly by nearly 1,000 students, or 5.4 percent, from the
fall of 2012.
Nearly half of the increase is in the freshman class.
The Arizona Daily Sun reported that more than 8,000
students are living in campus housing, with some students having to live
temporarily in converted lounges and exercise rooms.