Have a question about NAU? Find the answer here.
Enrolling in an online university is an important decision, so you’re sure to have questions. If you can’t find the answer here, speak to your NAU enrollment advisor.
Yes.?National American University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission, 230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500, Chicago, IL, 60604,?https://hlcommission.org, (800) 621-7440. ?Certain programs also are accredited or approved by national educational and professional associations.
NAU does not require an application fee in undergraduate programs.?Click here to get started today.
The registration deadline is typically one week prior to the start of the course.
Once you have completed the application process, you may register for classes online by going to mycampus.national.edu and clicking on the appropriate link. Financial arrangements must be made prior to class start.
You will be eligible for federal financial aid if you qualify. Take a look at all the financial aid options available, then speak to an NAU financial services representative. You also can contact your local civic and professional organizations to learn more about scholarships and assistance programs that they may offer.
Online courses are regular college credit courses that are delivered via the internet—offering you greater convenience and flexibility. All courses have a syllabus identifying all information that will be covered throughout the course.
Courses are generally eight or 11 weeks long.
It will vary depending on which degree program you are in; however, through eight- or 11-week classes, you may be able to finish your degree faster than you ever thought possible.
NAU does not have in-state and out-of-state tuition. To find out more about tuition and fees, speak to your enrollment advisor.
To order an electronic or paper transcript, please create a secure account with Parchment?here or log in to your student portal. The cost for electronic transcripts is $13.50; paper transcripts cost $16.00.
In most cases, yes. In fact, about 80% of NAU students receive some transfer credit either from an accredited institution or professional experience. The transfer of coursework is evaluated on a case-by-case basis by NAU. Find out more about transferring to NAU here.
Many times, yes. In fact, about 80% of NAU students receive some transfer credit either from an accredited institution or professional experience. The training and/or work experience is evaluated on a case-by-case basis by NAU, which can help you earn your degree faster. Find out more here.
In many cases, yes. The transfer of coursework is evaluated on a case-by-case basis by universities. This decision is up to the school to which you apply.
You will have a dedicated NAU team: an enrollment advisor, financial services representative, a student services advisor and, of course, our dedicated instructors. They’ll work together to help you succeed.