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Northern Arizona University
Arizona State University
University of Arizona

Northern Arizona University

The 2NAU joint‐admission program allows you to work towards a bachelor’s degree while attending AWC. You can effectively decrease the cost of your bachelor’s degree by first starting at AWC for the first two years and then transferring to NAU.

Steps to get to NAU

Step 1 - Decide

Decide where you want to go and what your major is going to be. If you are undecided about your major skip to Step 2.

Step 2 - Meet

Meet with the transfer specialist from NAU — talk over the different pathways available to you. Look over AZTransfer.com and start planning out the classes you need to take at AWC that will best transfer to NAU.

Step 3 - Apply

If you decide to do the 2NAU program, your transfer specialist can help walk you through the admissions process.

Step 4 - Attend

Take the classes you plan to transfer.

Step 5 - Major Requirements

The 2NAU program is a joint-admission program, which means you don’t have to send in your transcripts. Talk to your transfer specialist about any additional steps you may be required to complete.

Learn more about transferring to Northern Arizona University.

Arizona State University

Are you ready to be a Sun Devil? ASU offers over 300 programs, so there are many options to choose from. By starting at AWC to get your associate’s degree and transferring to ASU to finish your bachelor’s degree, you can decrease the cost of college substantially.

Steps to get to ASU

Step 1 - Decide

Decide where you want to go and what your major is going to be. If you are undecided about your major skip to Step 2.

Step 2 - Meet

Meet with the transfer specialist from ASU — talk over the different pathways available. Look over AZTransfer.com and start planning out the classes you need to take at AWC that will best transfer to a degree at ASU.

Step 3 - Attend Class

Take the classes you plan to transfer to ASU.

Step 4 - Apply

Apply for undergraduate admission. Remember this step includes FAFSA, sending in your official transcripts, and possibly your SAT/ACT test scores. Make sure you start the process early to give yourself enough time to complete it.

Step 5 - Major Requirements

Some programs have more specific requirements than ASU’s admissions. It could happen that you are admitted to ASU, but not to your program! This can cause delays in your education, so check out your major to make sure you have all required papers and tests.

Learn more about transferring to Arizona State University.

University of Arizona

With over 300 undergraduate degrees, UA offers you many choices of possible degrees. All you have to decide is which one you want to pursue. The Pathway programs can help you save money by starting your classes at AWC and then transferring your credits towards a bachelor’s degree at UA.

Steps to get to U of A

Step 1 - Decide

Decide where you want to go and what your major is going to be. If you are undecided about your major visit UA's Degree Search page to see what degrees are available to you.

Step 2 - Meet

Meet with the transfer specialist from UA. Talk over the different pathways, look over AZTransfer.com, and start planning which classes you’ll need to take at AWC.

Step 3 - Attend Class

Take the classes you plan to transfer to UA.

Step 4 - Apply

Apply for undergraduate admission. Remember this step includes FAFSA, sending in your official transcripts, and possibly your SAT/ACT test scores. Make sure you start the process early to give yourself enough time to complete it.

Step 5 - Major Requirements

Some programs have more specific requirements than UA’s general admissions. It could happen that you are admitted to UA, but not to your program! This causes delays in your education, so check out your major to make sure you have all required papers and tests.

Learn more about transferring to University of Arizona.

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