You can attend an NAU information session from 5-6 p.m. on May 1 in LS-106. You’ll learn how you can complete your bachelor degree through NAU without leaving the GCC campus.
NAU @ GCC will be holding informational sessions for anyone interested in completing their bachelor’s degree without having to leave campus! While NAU offers many degree programs through their partnership with GCC, the sessions will discuss the BAS Administration and BIS Technology Management tracks.
Since 1965 Glendale Community College has been offering certificates and associate degree programs for nearly half a million students. Did you know though that you can now keep learning without leaving through the NAU @ GCC program?
That’s right! You can now complete your bachelor’s degree program with NAU right here on the GCC campus. Benefits of this program include being close to home, never having to leave GCC, and being able to transfer more credits into your BA program to save you money.
You can discover how to complete your NAU bachelor’s degree here at GCC, or speak with an Undergraduate Admissions representative from Flagstaff about other transfer options 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. on Wed., Feb. 22 in Central Mall. This NAU Connection Day event will also include music, treats, fun and give aways. Can’t make it and have questions? Call 623-845-4784.
NAU @ GCC representative, Margaret Kirkland, attended the November 2011 Glendale Community College BPC/CIS advisory council meeting both to gain knowledge and to learn more about the needs of GCC Business and Computer Science students, particularly in regard to bachelor completion options.
Margaret presented the council, which includes faculty, staff, administrators and local employers, information about NAU’s Bachelor of Applied Science in Administration and the BS/BA 90/30 degree in Technology Management. These transfer programs are designed with these business-oriented student groups in mind and are offered onsite at Glendale Community College.
NAU and GCC are excited about their partnership to bring these bachelor completion programs to Glendale Community College. Local employers applaud this cooperation that gives Business and Technology students the training and management skills they need to advance and succeed in their careers.
For more information contact Margaret Kirkland at firstname.lastname@example.org
Pictured left to right: Gary Marrer (Dean, GCC), Margaret Kirkland (NAU), Janet Bauer (NAU), Ann Arthur (NAU), Doug Small (Dean, NAU), Irene Kovala, (President, GCC), Fernando Camou (Dean, GCC), Tanya Martinez (NAU), Rachell Hall (Dean, GCC), Ron Natale (VP, GCC), and Norma Peru-Ray (NAU).
On Monday, October 24, Glendale Community College administrators and staff from Northern Arizona University, North Valley (NV) Extended Campuses posed for a picture after an update meeting that introduced GCC’s new president and current staff to NAU’s newest program offerings and partnership progress on the GCC campus. NAU NV and Glendale Community College are working together to build an education partnership and to identify cost effective degree pathways for all students. NAU Glendale is currently recruiting for their new Bachelor of Administration and Technology Management programs. For a list of the current degree options visit the NAU Glendale website here.