National University System

National University System

The National University System was established in 2001 to meet the emerging challenges and demands of education in the 21st century.

The System, a network of non-profit education institutions, is uniquely aligned to connect a diverse population of students to innovative educational programs that are relevant to their lives, careers, and the marketplace and are delivered in a format that respects competing life priorities.

System affiliates include:

National University: An accredited private non-profit university with a unique one-course-per-month format and flexible online and onsite certificate, credential and degree programs.

John F. Kennedy University: An accredited private non-profit institution with doctoral, master’s, and bachelor’s degrees, certificates, and extended education programs.

City University of Seattle: An accredited private non-profit university offering doctoral, master’s, and bachelor’s, and associate’s degree programs delivered onsite and online.

National University Virtual High School: An accredited online high school offering Advanced Placement and UC "a-g" approved courses in a flexible, student-centered format.

National University Academy: A tuition-free K-12 public charter school offering a dynamic, innovative learning environment.

WestMed College: Accessible, affordable education for careers in allied health, including vocational nursing, medical assisting and nurse assistant.

National University System Institute for Policy Research: An economic think tank dedicated to improving the effectiveness of local governments.

Center for Performance Psychology: Dedicated to sharing the latest performance psychology research with coaches, athletes and organizations.