About NAU Northern Arizona University is one of three state universities in Arizona with its main campus located in Flagstaffand dozens of statewide campusesas well as online learningoptions. The university is primarily a four-year, high-research, residential campus offering bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees, with additional degrees offered across the state and online. Our NCAA Division I athletics teams compete primarily in the Big Sky Conference and have produced a remarkable array of successful student-athletes.
Learn more about what makes up Northern Arizona University: our traditions, values, students, alumni, history, and key facts. 2NAU and Connect2NAU Programs Northern Arizona University partners with a variety of Arizona community colleges to make it easier for you to complete your bachelor's degree. Many NAU undergraduate degree programs are designed for students who have completed coursework at another college or university and wish to apply their credits toward a four-year degree.
At most Arizona community colleges, you can participate in a joint admission program. Through a joint admission program (2NAU or Connect2NAU) students are admitted to NAU while attending and completing an associate's degree. NAU and the community college will provide you with guidance throughout the first two years and support you as you finish a four-year degree.