Located in the Historic Warehouse Arts District, our Tucson Campus is surrounded by coffee houses, restaurants, breweries, bookstores, and more. Aside from the abundant shops and eateries, there is an abundance of natural beauty as well since the City of Tucson is in the Sonoran Desert, near the Santa Rita and Santa Catalina mountains. There are plenty of opportunities for outdoor experiences like the Sonoran Desert Museum and the Saguaro National Monument, without missing the creature comforts of the city.
Located in Downtown Prescott, where all the city's festivals and events take place, our Prescott campus is surrounded by charm, history, and also the pines, junipers, boulders, and granite of the nearby high desert. Our Prescott campus sits in a vibrant, centrally located Town Square that leaves nothing to be desired.
Our Flagstaff campus is situated in the heart of Downtown, a block from historic Route 66, within walking distance of coffee houses, restaurants, breweries, and bookstores. Flagstaff is blessed with big nature, abundant wildlife, year-round sporting activities, a thriving nightlife, and the Sunset Crater and San Francisco Peaks. Within a short drive one can hike elevations above 12,000 feet. This mix of natural abundance and city comforts is also just a short drive away from bustling Phoenix.
Located a mere twenty minutes from Downtown Phoenix, Mesa is the third-largest city in Arizona, set in a lively urban setting. Mesa's vibrant, historic downtown, is up and coming, and on Phoenix's new light rail line. Explore the Mesa Grande ruins, catch Major League Baseball spring training camps, hike the Superstition Mountains, or get wet at a nearby waterpark; there's always something to do. Also, the Mesa Arts Center provides an upscale performing arts venue and you'll have your choice of eateries, bars and coffee houses.