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National University Opens New Online Information Centers

National University continues to open new Online Information Centers (OICs), expanding its visibility in communities across California and the nation.

Recent additions include OICs in the Northern California cities of Fairfield (in Solano County, between Vacaville and Walnut Creek) and Roseville (In Sacramento County between Citrus Heights and Rocklin). The Fairfield OIC, which opened last August, is located in the Westfield Solano Shopping Center. The Roseville OIC, located in the Galleria at Roseville Shopping Center, opened last July.

New OIC locations in Southern California include El Cajon, opening at Westfield Parkway Plaza last June; Long Beach, opening at the Promenade at the Long Beach Towne Center last April; Pasadena, opening on South Lake Avenue in the city’s thriving business and entertainment district last March; and Santa Ana, which opened at the Westfield MainPlace Shopping Mall last January.

National University opened an OIC at the Shops at Park Place in Dallas, Texas last June, and recently announced an opening in Houston, Texas, and opened one in Quantico Town, Virginia last November. The total number of Online Information Centers currently stands at 15, with more openings scheduled soon.

These centers introduce visitors to online education and provide access to interactive demonstrations that help prospective students explore associate’s, bachelor’s and master’s degree programs that are accessible via National University’s convenient 100 percent online format. Advisors are on-site to discuss educational goals, financial aid options and enroll new students in the most suitable online degree or certificate program for their personal goals and objectives.

The OICs, which are generally open seven days a week, conveniently allow people in various regions to learn more about National University and to discover firsthand the outstanding quality and greater accessibility to higher education that online learning provides.

For more information on specific OICs, click the blue hyperlinks above.