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Welcome to PACTO PROJECT

Partners Advancing Completion through
Transfer Opportunities

 

PACTO is a collaboration between Arizona Western College (AWC) and Northern Arizona University-Yuma (NAU-Y) that strives to create a seamless transfer pathway and improve academic success at both institutions.  PACTO’s three objectives are to close access gaps to underserved populations, optimize program partnerships leading to college readiness, and to increase student success by implementing instructional support.

PACTO’s goal is to increase success at AWC and NAU through the following three initiatives:

  1. Launch comprehensive support services grounded in AVID Essentials.

  2. Implement more accessible information and technology systems and platforms.

  3. Improve facilities to house support services.

Please find out more about the progress we have made by clicking on the Activity Updates link to your left or contact any of the staff involved in the implementation of PACTO.

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CONTACT US

Arizona Western College
PO Box 929
Yuma, AZ 85366-0929

2020 S. Avenue 8E
Yuma, AZ 85365

Phone: (928)317-6472
Fax: (928) 317-6022

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