Higher Education Opportunities

Arizona has three public universities: Arizona State University, Northern Arizona University and University of Arizona. The Maricopa County Community College network has 11 different community colleges. 
ASU
 
 
Arizona State University is a public university spread across four campuses in the Phoenix area.
ASU is a member of the Pac-12 Conference and has won 23 national championships.
There are 72,254 students who attend ASU, making it the largest public university in the country. 
The average tuition for an Arizona resident is $9,208.
 
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NAU
 
NAU is a public university located in Flagstaff, Arizona. NAU also offeres 39 satellite campuses around Arizona.  
As of Fall 2011, NAU had a total of 25,364 students enrolled.
The average tuition for an Arizona resident for two semesters is $8,009.
 
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UA
The University of Arizona (U of A) is a public university located in Tucson, Arizona. Athletically, they compete as a part of the Pac-12 Conference.
U of A has a total of nearly 40,000 students.  
The average tuition for an Arizona resident is $9,286. 
 
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MCC
 
The Maricopa Community Colleges are made up of 10 colleges and 2 skill centers making the District one of the largest higher education providers in the country. 
Tuition at MCC colleges is around $2,280 per semester which translates to $76 a credit.
They offer 1,000 occupational programs and over 10,000 courses.
 
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