You've heard the phrase "Location-Location-Location." It couldn't apply more than to the SHRM program's locale in northern Arizona. At the hub of the Tourism and Hospitality industry, work experience and internship opportunities aboud.

Flagstaff, Arizona is the hub of world-renown sites: Grand Canyon National Park 75 miles to the northwest; Sedona 30 miles to the southwest; Page and the Canyonlands of Utah a few hours north east; and Phoenix just a two hour drive to the south.

According to Fodor's 2015 "20 College Towns to Visit" on the Huff Post (HERE):

"Courtesy of the Flagstaff Convention & Visitors Bureau Flagstaff is often a base for excursions to Native American reservations, national parks, and the Painted Desert, but the city is a trip in itself. The home of Northern Arizona University’s diverse landscape, almost 700 acres of parks, and more than fifty miles of hiking and cycling trails appeal to all outdoor enthusiasts, and the Arizona Snowbowl in the San Francisco Peaks beckons skiers and snowboarders in the winter and families and festival-goers in the summer. Among some of the festivals Flagstaff throws are the Hopi Festival of Arts and Culture, the ten-day Flagstaff Festival of Science, andPickin’ in the Pines, a three-day extravaganza of acoustic and bluegrass. But this college town is perhaps best known for the Lowell Observatory and its unrivaled stargazing. Plan Your Trip: Visit Fodor’s North-Central Arizona Travel Guide."

Flagstaff itself is driven by tourism as it serves these locations and the lure of the San Francisco Peaks in summer and winter can't be denied. Take a visual tour through Flagstaff, and experience the attractions, events and people that make it a Destination for All Seasons:

Our Extended Campuses give convenience and opportunity to those in Phoenix and Tucson.

It can't get any better than this.

Flagstaff Campus

How to find SHRM: Directions and parking

Extended Campuses