NPC Transfer Agreements

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NPC University Transfer Agreements (UTA)

Northland Pioneer College partners with other regionally-accredited colleges and universities, both within and outside of Arizona, through official articulation agreements. These agreements assist students with making a smooth transition from NPC to a participating 4-year institution without duplicating coursework. NPC students participating in UTA agreements are able to fulfill the four-year college’s requirements by completing articulated courses at Northland Pioneer College.

Students interested in learning more about UTA opportunities should contact an NPC academic adviser for more information regarding the UTA partnerships available to NPC students.

Currently Available 4-Year Transfer Programs

Arizona State University

The NPC/ASU Partnership offers over 20 Transfer Admission Guaranteed (TAG) programs for students.  We also have many Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) transfer options for students who would like to transfer with an AAS degree.  Please see our webpage for more detailed information:

Northern Arizona University

The NPC/NAU partnership offers associate of applied science nursing graduates the opportunity for seamless articulation to the baccalaureate of nursing degree (BSN) program at Northern Arizona University.

Prescott College

The NPC/Prescott College partnership allows students to complete an associate’s degree at Northland Pioneer College and then their upper-division coursework at Prescott College to earn a bachelor’s degree.

Area of Study Prescott College Degree
Elementary Education Bachelor of Arts
Early Childhood Education Bachelor of Arts

Please note that articulation agreements are subject to change without notice. Students are encouraged to meet as early as possible and periodically with an academic adviser both at NPC and at the transfer institution to confirm their choice of classes and to develop an education plan for transfer.

  • It is the final responsibility of the student to successfully meet all UTA transfer requirements.