There are currently no public universities in northern Arizona, but a group of students at the University of Northern Arizona says they’ve found one, and they’re offering a $25,000 reward for its return.
The Northern Arizona University (NAU) website, however, doesn’t include a page for the $25k reward, and the university’s Facebook page has been deleted, but there is a screenshot of a message left for the university by a user, the Tucson News Now reports.
The group, which includes a number of students and alumni, has also posted several videos to YouTube and Twitter, including one with a man in a “no shoes” T-shirt standing in front of a door and explaining how to get inside, but not finding one, according to the News Now.
The reward is part of a campaign to get NAU back on its feet after the school was suspended from the federal Higher Education Act last month.
The university was suspended for a year after it was found to have violated federal regulations governing student-to-faculty ratios.
The university, however was reinstated on Aug. 21.
The campaign, which is called “A Day of Rest,” has garnered more than 10,000 supporters, with more than 6,300 people commenting on the Facebook page.