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Nursing Building

Arizona State College at Flagstaff (ASCF) established the Nursing program in 1962, offering only an associate's degree. The College of Arts and Sciences originally housed the program in the Science--today's Biology--building. When ASCF became Northern Arizona University, the Nursing Department moved to the College of Public and Environmental Services and by 1973, NAU offered a bachelor's degree in nursing. Nursing soon outgrew its space in the Science building and after receiving a construction grant in 1974, opened the Nursing building on South Campus in December of 1977. The building contains four labs, including an intensive care lab and a home study lab. The Nursing program is currently part of the College of Health and Human Services and offers both Bachelor's and Master's degrees.