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The Office of the Party Committee is a general affairs department of the CPC Committee of NAU and is staff by the same personnel and under the same name as the United Front Work Department and the Department of Party-related Affairs. Based on the realities of NAU, the department centers its work on the strategic priorities of NAU’s CPC Committee, with a focus on standardizing management and enhancing services. It also offers advice, facilitates coordination, conducts inspection on the implementation of university decisions, acts as a liaison hub and provides services. Moreover, the department is committed to fulfilling assigned roles and responsibilities by driving institutional innovation and sharpening its focus on strategic priorities.


The Office of the Party Committee is a general affairs department directly under the CPC Committee of NAU. As an advisory and supportive department for the university’s leadership, it functions as a bridging, coordination and communication bridge, internally and externally. Focused on NAU’s strategic priorities, the department provides coordination and conducts inspections and research in support of the leadership’s decision-making and in the service of internal departments as well as faculty members and students.


The United Front Work Department is a functional department overseeing united front work across the university. Its main responsibilities include strengthening relations with various important and influential individuals and organizations as a bridge to connect the CPC Committee with non-party members, so as to facilitate the exchange of ideas, promote policies, strengthen ties and identify talent.


The Department of Party-related Affairs is a grass-roots-level party organization that implements the university’s party and administrative resolutions and decisions. Based on the instructions of the university’s CPC Committee, the department develops party work plans and organizes their implementation. It also oversees improvement efforts in ideology, organization, work style and culture as part of its efforts to promote “five styles”—learning, result-oriented, service-minded, harmonious and clean—among all administrative and party departments.