National University Moves to New Campus in Sacramento
National University moved to a new location in Sacramento this past April, and now occupies a cutting-edge campus located at 10901 Gold Center Drive in Rancho Cordova.
The new campus, which is just a few miles east on U.S. Route 50 from the previous location at Tech Center Drive, allows National University to better serve its student population in the area, providing greater support for both its onsite and online students.
“National University’s academic centers are unparalleled in their design in support of student learning,” said Dr. Jerry C. Lee, Chancellor of the National University System and President Emeritus of National University. “When an opportunity comes along to improve and upgrade the location and learning environment of a center, National University has not hesitated to do so. Our new campus in Rancho Cordova is a direct example of our commitment to student success.”
The campus includes state-of-art classrooms, science and dry labs, computer labs, student lounges, conference rooms, and faculty and administrative offices. The total facility is 20,961 square feet, including eight classrooms, two computer classrooms, a dry lab, a science lab, and a computer lab.
Areas of study offered at National University's Rancho Cordova campus include: business and management; education; engineering, technology, and media; health and human services; and liberal arts and sciences. In addition to its on-campus programs, National University also offers more than 70 degree programs online.
National University has enjoyed a presence in Sacramento since 1982, and holds its northern region commencement ceremony annually at the Sacramento Convention Center. It also maintains online information centers in the nearby communities of Roseville and Fairfield, and a campus in the neighboring city of Stockton. Alumni hold prominent positions throughout the region, and two have been named as Sacramento County Teachers of the Year.