StraighterLine Partner:

Northcentral University

Take the general education courses you need to complete your degree at Northcentral University with fast, affordable and transferable online college courses from StraighterLine.

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About Northcentral University

Northcentral University is a regionally accredited, nonprofit, online university delivering career relevant degree programs to professionals around the world. With Northcentral, you may apply your StraighterLine ACE Credits® towards one of our bachelor’s degree programs in business or psychology. This is your chance to complete your undergraduate education at a regionally accredited online university with a simplified application process and a preferred rate just for you.

Searching for an affordable option that helps you save significantly on the cost of earning your college degree? Northcentral University has partnered with StraighterLine to provide students with an ability to save on their college education costs by taking StraighterLine's online courses that are guaranteed to transfer to Northcentral University!

Northcentral University is regionally accredited by WASC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC), 985 Atlantic Avenue, Suite 100, Alameda, CA 94501, 510.748.9001, wscuc.org.


Why Choose NCU?

  • 1:1 Learning Model
  • No Physical Residency
  • 100% Online Coursework
  • No GRE/GMAT
  • Weekly Course Starts
  • No Group Projects
  • 100% Doctoral Faculty

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Transfer & Complete Your Degree

41% more students who went through StraighterLine before entering college were successful completing their degree than those who didn’t.

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Earn College Credit

All StraighterLine courses are recommended for credit by the American Council of Education (ACE).

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