Joint admission programs like 2NAU make transitioning from a local community college to an accredited university
But what does joint admission really mean? How does joint
admission work? And is joint admission right for you? We answer all of your
What Is Joint
A joint admission program admits you to a four-year
university while you complete your associate degree at your local college. This
allows you to receive university guidance early on in your education, even
before you start earning your bachelor’s degree.
Many community colleges have university partnerships that
support joint admission. See if your community college offers a joint admission
How Does Joint
You can apply to the university during your first or second community
college semester. In a joint admission program, you are admitted to the
university as a non-degree seeking student. Once you have completed your
associate degree, you can transition to earning your bachelor’s degree as a
degree-seeking student at the university.
What Are The Benefits
Of Joint Admission?
A joint admission program means getting all the perks of
being a university student while completing your associate degree, including:
Is Joint Admission
Right For Me?
A joint admission program like 2NAU is designed for students
in their first or second semester of community college who are committed to
earning their bachelor’s degree.
Are you in your third or fourth semester of community
college? An associate degree graduate? You can still transfer to a university to earn your bachelor’s degree.
When Should I Apply For
Do you meet the admissions requirements for a joint
admission program? Then we recommend talking to your community college advisor
to learn how to apply for joint admission today.
Watch a free online information session to learn more about 2NAU, Northern Arizona University’s joint admission