Programs- Traditional, Online and Distance Learning
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Online Degree Programs.
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of degrees for adult students, offered completely online. (Questions about
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Online Professional Courses and Certificate Programs.
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Coming soon. Connect with regionally accredited degree programs that offer
American Council on Education credit for life experience
(prior learning or portfolio assessment), business and
military credit, and other accelerated options. Profiles
the top degree programs in a range of
disciplines offered on campus, through the Internet, correspondence,
multimedia, or broadcast/video.
Know your options, to find the best college for you.
Virtual Universities & Online Consortiums.
Distance education opportunities available by state
and organizing body.
College Correspondence Courses.
Earn college credit through correspondence and/or independent
Cool (College Opportunities Online).
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Statistics, U.S. Department of Education. Search by
location, program, or degree level. Many other advanced search features. Find out if the school
you are interested in qualifies for Federal financial
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(including community colleges, career and technical schools) in the United
An additional database, the College Affordability and Transparency Center, shows you which colleges have the highest and lowest tuition rates, with net prices. See also College Scorecard, to get scorecards for schools based on criteria important to you, featuring several areas of interest.