Academic Catalog August 2008 - August 2009 Undergraduate and Graduate
Northern Arizona University Distance Learning (NAU DL) has been providing education opportunities to students for more than 30 years and now serves nearly 8,000 students across Arizona and beyond.
With more than 120 degree and certificate programs at 38 in-person campuses across the state and on our online community, you can pursue an undergraduate or advanced degree that fits within your lifestyle and schedule.
Some of the top reasons students enjoy taking classes through NAU DL is its convenience and flexibility. They like the small classroom sizes. Students also say they enjoy building strong, accessible relationships with NAUís dedicated instructors. Plus, students take pride in receiving the same highly-respected degree they would if they attended NAUís campus in Flagstaff.
With classroom-based sites located across the state, as well on every Maricopa Community College campus in metro Phoenix and at Pima Community College campuses in Tucson, you are never too far to benefit from receiving your education in-person at one of NAUís statewide campuses.
Students can also complete degree programs through online learning. Receive instruction from the same dedicated staff members who teach on the Flagstaff campus, as well as those who teach at our statewide campuses. NAUís online learning community will provide you the flexibility to complete a bachelorís or masterís degree or certificate within the framework of your career or family schedule.
In many cases, you can combine online and in-person classes so you realize the fullest flexibility of your program.
Benefits from learning formats that include:
Traditional classrooms: meet face to face with other students and instructors
Internet courses: learn and interact with students and faculty in an online community
Video Conferencing: take classes with other students throughout Arizona
Enjoy quality services including:
Undergraduate and graduate advising
Financial aid assistance
Tuition payment plans
Computer labs with technical support
NAU Distance Learning students include:
Professionals seeking career advancement
Individuals who want to transition from one career to another while continuing to work full-time
Traditional students who have completed an associateís degree and want to go on and complete their bachelorís
Teachers who want to pursue a masterís in order to increase their advancement opportunities
Individuals who do not have access to traditional classroom settings.
Find a Campus Near You www.distance.nau.edu/Campuses/campuslist.aspx
Phone 800-426-8315 or 928-523-4212
Write NAU Distance Learning, PO Box 4117, Flagstaff, AZ 86011-4117
Proceed to Attending NAU at a Distance, University House Courses, OnLine Degree Programs, and Video Conferencing.