The National Hispanic University's programs have been designed to educate, enlighten, and empower students. Programs are taught in English and focus on delivering quality educational experiences that encourage student success.
As greater numbers of well-prepared and highly motivated students are graduated, NHU can provide a better tomorrow for so many in a diverse and dynamic society.
Family Culture - From small class sizes to a focus on engagement and student-centered learning, NHU offers a collaborative, yet challenging learning environment focused on helping you succeed.
Great Location - The campus is located near you, in San Jose.
Flexible Schedule - The university offers flexible class schedules to help you balance your studies with your life.
Superior Faculty - The faculty is composed of distinguished full and part-time scholars and educators.
Financial Aid - NHU offers a complete array of financial support services which are designed to help with expenses involved in reaching your educational goals. To learn more about financial aid options, complete the request form and an enrollment advisor will contact you to discuss your unique situation.
The following programs are now offered online:
Through innovation, engagement, and student-centered learning, The National Hispanic University, a fully accredited four-year private university, is fostering successful academic and economic futures for all of its students.
To learn more about The National Hispanic University's opportunities, complete the form on this page or call 888.520.5431 to speak directly with an enrollment advisor.
The National Hispanic University offers frequent start dates so that you can begin your program when it's most convenient for you. For information about start dates in your program of interest, complete the information request form and a National Hispanic University enrollment advisor will contact you.
The National Hispanic University provides a postsecondary education for Hispanics and others grounded in cultural respect, biliteracy, and diversity for engaged students who will become local, national and global community leaders.