Consortium of North American Universities (CNAU)

The Consortium of North American Universities (CNAU) is a group of academic institutions located in fantastic destinations across the USA. Our 4 member universities reflect the prestige and quality associated with a US university education, and are respected by employers worldwide.

Students from as many as 130 different countries attend CNAU universities, comprising up to 18% of the undergraduate student body. Multicultural learning happens both inside and outside the classroom. These 4 leading universities offer a world-class study experience.

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Waco, Texas

Baylor University, a nationally-ranked private university and research institution, provides a vibrant campus community by blending interdisciplinary research with an international reputation for educational excellence and a faculty committed to teaching and research.

Chicago, Illinois

DePaul University boasts the advantages and resources of one of the largest private universities in the United States combined with the student-focused attention of a smaller institution.

Poughkeepsie, New York

A comprehensive liberal arts institution located in scenic Hudson Valley, New York, Marist College is distinguished by its high-quality faculty, innovative degree programs, and longstanding partnership with the IBM Corporation.

Boston, Massachusetts

Founded in 1898 and located in the heart of Boston, Northeastern is a global, experiential, research university built on a tradition of engagement with the world, creating a distinctive approach to education and research.

Burlington, Vermont

Founded in 1791 on the beautiful shores of Lake Champlain, the University of Vermont has a long history of providing superior academics, award-winning faculty research and state-of the art facilities in one of the America's best college towns.

Degree progression options

US Pathway Program students have a range of exciting options for bachelor’s degree progression at our universities. Popular majors include accounting, business and finance; engineering; computer and information sciences; international studies and political science; education; digital design and media studies; and more.

Each university offers up to 100 progression degrees after USPP. And through USPP, you can save time and money on your way to a degree.

You can see a full list of current undergraduate progression majors at each university by clicking on the image to the right (opens a PDF file).