Global Campus Experience FAQ
Frequently Asked Questions About Life as a Student at the University of Arizona Global Campus
Your online courses take place on the UAGC online platform. The online learning platform is an asynchronous environment, meaning that you can log in at any time at your convenience. You will communicate with your instructor and fellow students, talk about diverse topics via discussion boards, read assigned texts, access course digital materials, and submit your assignments all through the online learning platform.
To request a transcript from the University of Arizona Global Campus please visit the Transcript Request page. If you were a student at the former Bridgepoint Education / TeleUniversity, dba Charter Learning / Advanced Learning Network and need to request an official transcript, please complete and return a transcript request form.
Yes, University of Arizona Global Campus is accredited by WASC Senior College and University Commission, 1001 Marina Village Parkway, Suite 402, Alameda, CA 94501, 510-748-9001, www.wscuc.org. You can find the current list of other regionally accredited colleges by WSCUC on that website.
Regional accreditation is more widely recognized than national accreditation. Regionally accredited schools place a different emphasis on their coursework in comparison to nationally accredited schools that focus on trade and vocational offerings.
Yes! One way is to transfer in credits from previous coursework. You may also choose to take two classes at once if you meet the requirements of our Concurrent Courses Registration Policy. Work with your Enrollment Services Advisor and Student Advisor to learn more about this option or reference the Academic Catalog for more information.
Another way to speed your success is to turn your work and life experience into transferable credits through Prior Learning Assessment (PLA). From work training, workshops, and other sources, you can earn credit for nontraditional learning experiences. You may transfer in up to 30 PLA credits into a Bachelor's degree program. The PLA Documentation Guide will provide you with more information.