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Creating Continuity for Transfer Students Amidst Coronavirus

While the majority of Maricopa County Community College District’s faculty and staff begin to move towards online instruction and telecommuting, we want to reassure transfer students they can still communicate with our university transfer representatives here at PVCC.

Aimee Sharifi, ASU’s transfer coordinator, continues to host one-on-one appointments both virtually and by phone regarding admission and enrollment processes. She will help you navigate the process and connect you with ASU reps who work with Honors or specific degree programs like business, criminal justice, and education. Visit to schedule an appointment or email her directly at

Aimee also suggests checking out ASU’s transfer guide and resources, plus sign up for ASU Pathways (MAPP) if you are a first-year PVCC student. MAPP helps students plan ahead and complete coursework designed for a smooth transition to earn their ASU bachelor’s degree. Students who sign up for the MAPP receive guaranteed admission to their desired ASU major once requirements are met, save time and money by taking the courses needed for transfer, and have access to a personalized portal called the Pathway Tracker.

Gregorio Ramos is your point of contact for PVCC students wishing to transfer to the University of Arizona. He will continue to be working remotely during regular business hours and can be contacted at or by calling 520-354-9890. Students can access virtual walk-in hours at and schedule one-on-one meetings via Zoom at

Students can still contact their NAU Student Service Coordinator directly by phone or email. Visit: or
Additionally, NAU has created online webinars and virtual information sessions. Visit for more information on the webinars. The virtual sessions and campus tours, currently scheduled twice daily, focus on a variety of programs including 2NAU and California2NAU; Administration and Management; Business and Technology; Education and Counseling; Healthcare, Nursing and Science; Arts and Humanities; Social and Behavioral Sciences. At the time of registration, you can select the program that interests you.
For more information, contact

GCU’s transfer team continues to connect with students via zoom video call or at the university by appointment only. We are hosting live tours for students and their families to tune into as well. Tours will run every day and will be 45 minutes to one hour followed by a student panel.

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Contact Michelle Heck at 602-639-8623 or by email at

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