The Connect2NAU joint-admission program lets you work toward an NAU bachelor’s degree while attending MCC. By first starting at MCC for the first two years, then transferring to an NAU campus to continue your education you can effectively decrease the cost of your bachelor’s degree.
Benefits to transferring to NAU:
The 90/30 program allows you to transfer 90 credits to NAU, then you complete the next 30 at NAU — that means you save a lot of money! This program, which is only available through the Extended Campus, is available in 8 popular programs:
To get an idea of which classes you’ll need to take at MCC for your 90/30 program, talk with a transfer specialist.
To qualify to transfer your courses to NAU, you must maintain some essential requirements:
Your major at NAU may have additional entrance requirements that NAU's admissions do not require. To find out what else may be required for you to transfer, talk with your transfer specialist.
Take a tour, meet with a university representative, and attend information sessions. To sign up for a tour, click here.
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Have questions about which classes to take, which campuses are available for your major, Financial Aid, and more? Contact Joshua Schwalbach! As the representative from NAU, he is a transfer expert and can help you get started with transferring to NAU.
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