Bring your future closer
NAU has innovative “2NAU” partnerships with most community colleges throughout the state, providing affordable and convenient options for transferring into a four-year NAU bachelor’s degree program. Through 2NAU, you’ll begin your coursework at your community college, then transfer to NAU in Flagstaff, online, or at one of our many statewide locations. Once you complete the program, you’ll graduate with two degrees: an associate’s degree from your community college and an NAU bachelor’s degree.
We recommend signing up for this program at least two semesters before you are ready to transfer to maximize the benefits.
Affordable – Pay lower community college tuition rates while earning credits toward your NAU degree.
Involved – Access to many NAU resources, guidance, and mentoring.
Seamless – Enjoy a smooth transition to NAU when you have completed your community college courses.
Scholarship – Receive a merit based 2NAU scholarship of up to $2,000 for those who qualify.
Contact your local Student Service Coordinator if you have questions.
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Participating 2NAU community colleges
- Arizona Western College
- Central Arizona College
- Chandler-Gilbert Community
- Cochise College
- Coconino Community College
- Dine College
- Eastern Arizona College
- Estrella Mountain Community College
- Gateway Community College
- Glendale Community College
- Mesa Community College
- Mohave Community College
- Northland Pioneer College
- Paradise Valley Community College
- Phoenix College
- Pima Community College
- Rio Salado Community College
- Tohono O’odham Community College
- Scottsdale Community College
- South Mountain Community College
- Yavapai College
NAU 90/30 bachelor’s degree programs
NAU is the only university in the state that offers 90/30 bachelor’s degree programs. Students have the ability to transfer up to 90 lower division credit hours and then complete 30 upper division credits through NAU to earn a bachelor’s degree. Complete listing of 90/30 programs.