A Better Degree, A Brighter Future

Online education offers the flexibility and affordability that make it possible for full-time employees and parents to become full-time students as well. Take courses whenever, wherever—and earn an accredited degree that will take you wherever you want to go. With distance education, anything is possible.

Featured School Profiles:
University of Phoenix Online

University of Phoenix

UOP was one of the first accredited universities to offer degree programs online. With more than a decade of experience in Web-based delivery, our online format has been perfected and proven effective for thousands of successful graduates.

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Liberty University

Liberty University

Liberty has become the world's largest evangelical university and has never lost sight of its mission - equipping men and women with Christ-centered education to impact their world and workplace. Liberty's mission is Training Champions for Christ.

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Questions We Answer on This Site:

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Who Goes to School Online?

From working professionals to work-at-home moms, the face of the online college student is always changing. The flexibility of an online education allows military personnel to earn degrees while serving their country, retirees to study without driving to class, and traditional students to start their first semester while traveling around the world. Find out who goes to school online, and why.

What Types of Degrees Can I Earn?

Universities offer many different options when it comes to degrees and diplomas—from professional certifications to online Bachelor’s degrees, Master’s and PhD’s. An online degree is both flexible and affordable, and there’s an online education program out there for every career goal. Find out what your options are.

When I Get Out of College, What Are My Prospects?

You might hear a lot of scary things about the economy—but a college degree can still get you far. Accredited online education is highly regarded in a wide range of industries, and online degree program graduates are making a significant contribution to workplaces across the country—and the world. Find out who’s hiring and which industries are thriving—even during a recession.

What About...

Accreditation? Financial aid? Transferring credits? If you’re planning to pursue an online education degree, chances are you have a lot of questions. From how to sell your online degree to prospective employers to how to find grants and scholarships for your online education, we’ve got the answers you’re looking for. Check out this section for answers to some of the most pressing questions most prospective online students have.

Top Online Colleges:
Ashford University

Ashford University

Ashford University is an ideal choice for working adults and those with uncompleted degrees. This online college is dedicated to providing quality learning opportunities for all students, with programs that are affordable, accessible, and innovative.

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Kaplan University

Kaplan University

Kaplan University offers accredited online degree programs in Business, Criminal Justice, Information Tech, and Paralegal Studies. Kaplan also offers continuing education, so working professionals can earn Professional Certificates in these fields.

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South University

South University

As an online student at South University, you have access to the many benefits of South University — including excellence in education and personalized attention — while enjoying the convenience of earning your bachelor's degree entirely online.

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