For Your Education: NAU Fall Classes


National American University is gearing up for the start of their Fall Interim Session. If you’ve been toying with the idea of heading back to school, now’s the time to act.

Jill Kissinger, Campus Director, National American University, Albuquerque Campus visited New Mexico Living and actually spoke on the controversy surrounding the closing of ITT Technical Institute and what National American University is offering to those displaced students.

“One of the things we are doing, is we are accepting their nursing credits. So we do an evaluation for each one of them individually and see what other credits will transfer, and we’re also giving a discount on tuition for those students,” says Kissinger.

NAU’s next session begins September 27th and either one of NAU’s two Albuquerque campuses is accepting applications for students, but time is running out.

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