NAU is a Servicemembers Opportunity College (SOC) Degree Network System (DNS) member institution
The SOC DNS consists of institutions selected to deliver specific associate and bachelor degree programs to servicemembers. Institutional members agree to special requirements and obligations that provide military students with opportunities to complete college degrees without suffering loss of academic credit because of changes of duty station or other demands of military career. DNS member schools also provide details of their academic policies and degree programs in the DNS informational media.
The SOC DNS member institution from which the servicemembers is seeking a degree is designated the “home college.” The home college is responsible for issuing a SOC DNS Student Agreement when the student has completed his or her first two courses at that school.
SOC DNS Student Agreements
Every SOC DNS member institution must issue a Student Agreement for degree programs to each degree-seeking student who has chosen that institution as his/her home college. The Student Agreement is an official evaluation of the student’s prior learning, including courses taken from other institutions, military training school courses, military occupational experience (MOS or Rating), and nationally recognized examination programs.
Current approved NAU SOC DNS Network Degree(s)
Justice Studies B/BIS/BAS
For more information, contact the NAU SOC Degree Network System Point-of-Contact, John Underwood at email@example.com.