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Helping America Stay on Track Celebration Oct. 1 

Helping America Stay on Track-- Online education pioneers unite to answer the call Take classes 100% online. Programs are offered nationwide

Rio Salado College President Kate Smith and Brandman University Chancellor Gary Brahm cordially invite you to attend a virtual celebration to commemorate a new educational partnership.

Join us as we celebrate the creation of new degree pathways between our two student-centric institutions and describe how they benefit our students as they move ahead in their education and careers.  

With our partnership, Rio Salado students have the opportunity to:

Transfer directly to Brandman University to continue their education 

  • Choose from our unified education plans for a path through Rio Salado and Brandman University to earn associate and bachelor’s degrees.

Earn undergraduate degrees completely online

  • Ideal under the current climate and if attending school while working. 
  • Programs are also offered in hybrid (on-campus and online) and online self-paced formats.

Upskill with career-focused courses

  • With 9 out of 10 Brandman students working while earning their degree, our students can apply what they learn in class on the job from day one.
  • 71% of alumni said Rio Salado provided the skills needed for their jobs and almost two-thirds reported earning a higher income because of attending Rio Salado.*

Learn more and support this effort by attending our virtual signing ceremony:

Thursday, October 1

10 - 11:00 a.m. (Arizona Time, Pacific Standard Time)

Register in advance: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwscu6pqjMvGNY0CJW7v6jExfnDzkup0ARY

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the event.

*Source: Survey responses from 554 Rio Salado College graduates from 2014-2019.

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