Welcome AAAE Members:
AAAE and Northcentral University have formed an partnership to offer current AAAE members the opportunity to earn an online bachelor’s, master’s, or doctoral degree from Northcentral University, at a preferred tuition rate that is 25% less than the current published tuition rate, plus a first course free.* While the 25% is members only, we’ve also included a 15% tuition reduction for spouses, direct dependents, and domestic partners.Northcentral University is proud to be the exclusive Online Dissertation Completion Pathway provider for the AAAE. This program for “all-but-dissertation” students is an innovative way to get back into class, complete your dissertation and graduate with the degree you’ve been working toward. The pathway is a structured program that recognizes your past academic coursework while providing the guidance you need to complete your dissertation. This approach provides ABD students the individual support and attention they deserve, including uniquely designed bridge courses and a faculty-led approach that features weekly objectives and deliverables.* Tuition, Learning Management Fee, and Course Materials Fee waived for first course. Excludes certificates/JFK School of Law programs.
Association for Advancing Quality in Educator Preparation (AAQEP)
Northcentral University is a member in good standing of the Association for Advancing Quality in Educator Preparation (AAQEP), a national accrediting organization recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation. Full accreditation acknowledges that a program prepares effective educators who continue to grow as professionals and has demonstrated the commitment and capacity to maintain quality.
Scholarship Opportunity Available
Northcentral University is pleased to offer two (2) full-tuition master’s or doctoral degree scholarships for two American Association of Adjunct Education (AAAE) members. To be considered, applicants must be active AAAE members and must answer two essay questions (each answer must be between 300-500 words) during the application window of April 15, 2022 - August 1, 2022. All scholarship recipients must be able to show verification of AAAE membership at the time of the award.
Use the form below to submit two 300- to 500-word essays (maximum two pages, double-spaced) answering the following questions:
- How will your degree make your professional or educational goals a reality?
- How has your association with the American Association of Adjunct Education helped with your professional growth?
View complete eligibility requirements, terms and conditions here