A NAU campus in Pinal county is celebrating 16 years of serving the rural population south of Phoenix.
NAU's office of Veterans Affairs and Extended Campuses are teaming to create more programs for active duty military members who want to earn degrees.
NAU's partnership with Maricopa Community Colleges includes Connection Days, events on the MCC campuses to share information with students.
There are several methods for earning a degree through NAU while staying on MCC campuses. Programs include Public Management and Administration of Justice. Students also choose 90-30, where just the final 30 hours are done at NAU.
Education majors can now graduate NAU with a dual certification in Special Education, which increases their marketability.
The Bachelor of Business Administration is gaining popularity at MCC, where many students are earning a college degree from experienced business people.
A new program in technology management helps students transfer to NAU to earn a bachelor's degree in a streamlined process.
Inside NAU's Charlie Hicks interviews Doug Small, the Associate Dean of Extended Campuses.