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  • Designed For Transfer Students

    Students with credit from another accredited institution can easily transfer to Northern Arizona University. In fact, all of the bachelor's programs available through NAU's Extended Campuses are designed to be transfer programs. Learn more about NAU's accredited bachelor's degree programs and then connect with Academic advisors to evaluate your transfer credits and help you determine the best route to earning your degree.  

    If you are attending or have credits from an Arizona community college, know that NAU partners with nearly all colleges in the state to make transferring as simple and seamless as possible.

    Some NAU bachelor’s degree programs also accept up to 90 hours of transfer credits. To see how your Arizona community college courses transfer to NAU, check out AZTransfer's Course Equivalency Guide

    Learn more about the admission requirements for undergraduate students

    2NAU: A Joint-Admission Option For Arizona Community College Students 

    The 2NAU joint-admission program makes your transition from an Arizona community college to NAU seamless. 2NAU allows you to be admitted to NAU while you earn your associate degree. You are eligible for 2NAU if you are currently in your first or second semester at your Arizona community college and are committed to completing your bachelor’s degree.

    Gain admission to NAU while completing your associate degree and enjoy a number of benefits, including:

    • Focused Advising – Receive success coaching from both NAU and your community college so that you stay on track.
    • Lower Costs – Continue to pay your community college tuition rate while taking coursework at your Arizona community college. When you are ready to take courses towards your NAU bachelor’s degree, enjoy the most affordable public university tuition rate in the state.
    • Early Enrollment – 2NAU students have access to early enrollment, letting you sign up for the classes you want, when you want them.

     

    Participating 2NAU Community Colleges 

    • Arizona Western College 
    • Central Arizona College 
    • Chandler-Gilbert Community College 
    • Cochise College 
    • Coconino Community College  
    • Eastern Arizona College 
    • Estrella Mountain Community College 
    • GateWay Community College 
    • Glendale Community College 
    • Mesa Community College 
    • Mohave Community College 
    • Paradise Valley Community College 
    • Phoenix College 
    • Pima Community College 
    • Rio Salado College 
    • Scottsdale Community College 
    • South Mountain Community College 
    • Tohono O'odham Community College
    • Yavapai College

    2NAU Program Requirements  

     

    When you apply to the 2NAU program, you are admitted to NAU as a non-degree seeking student until you complete your general admission requirements and transition to NAU from your Arizona community college. This allows you to receive NAU advising and 2NAU resources while completing your associate degree at your community college.

    If you plan to immediately begin your bachelor's degree at NAU, apply to NAU through the General Transfer application

    See if you are eligible for the 2NAU joint-admission program.

  • Is 2NAU Right For You?
  • Academic Transfer Plan
    This tool is to help you and your advisor select courses at the community college level that will apply to your NAU degree.
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