How to transfer to NAU
What’s your path to NAU?
Whether you choose to transfer to NAU’s Flagstaff campus, one of our many statewide locations, or NAU Online, we’ll support your smooth transition so you can focus on finishing your degree.
Transfer to our main campus with majestic views of the San Francisco Peaks, a diverse and engaging campus experience, and a robust university community.
Complete your degree at one of our partner locations across the state—including community colleges in the valley, our sister campus at NAU–Yuma, and beyond.
Finish your degree through our traditionally structured online programs, earning a high-quality university degree from wherever you learn best.
Personalized Learning online
Take control of your path through our Personalized Learning programs, completing your degree on a flexible schedule that’s unique to your needs.
Admission requirements for transfer students
You will be offered admission to NAU as a transfer student if:
You have completed AGEC, AGEC-B, AGEC-S, or California IGETC with a cumulative GPA of 2.50; or you’ve completed an associate degree with a cumulative GPA of 2.00. Note that with a completed AGEC or IGETC you will have fulfilled all of the lower-level requirements, though not the junior- or senior-level writing requirement, of the NAU Liberal Studies program. Without a completed AGEC or IGETC, you are still eligible to apply appropriate credits toward your NAU degree.
You will be considered if you have:
You have no more than one deficiency in any two areas of the
You have 12-23 transferable credits and a core high school GPA of 2.00 or above, or you have 24 or more transferable college or university credit hours with a cumulative GPA of at least 2.00.
Guidance and support
Use our innovative tools and support systems to ensure a smooth transition.
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Move seamlessly from community college to NAU.
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