SHARED CAMPUS – The partner university allows use of its physical campus and classrooms, and provides a designated space for the UA, which alleviates the need for new infrastructure and allows the UA to focus on delivering high-quality educational instruction in collaboration with the partner university.
SHARED STUDENTS – Students maintain their student status at the partner university, while enrolled in for-credit UA courses, offered on location at the partner university.
AFFORDABLE TUITION – UA program fees are based on local market rates to increase access and affordability.
SHARED REVENUE – The UA shares its tuition with the partner university.
COLLABORATIVE TEACHING – Courses are co-taught by a UA and a local professor, or a locally-based UA faculty member.
RESEARCH INCUBATION – The micro-campus serves as a hub for faculty collaboration and capacity building, including joint research and grant proposals.
DUAL DEGREES – Students earn a UA degree and a degree from the partner university, including bachelor’s and master’s-level degree options available across multiple disciplines.