What are the best online colleges?

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    #1Penn State World Campus

    Penn State World Campus

    Penn State World Campus is the online college of The Pennsylvania State University. They offer more than 150 programs. The World Campus was established in 1988, with a mission to provide education to anyone, anytime, anywhere.

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    Debra Morris
    Written on April 23, 2019
    "pursuing a degree from online colleges is a great way to balance life. While attending Penn State, i had no problems with family, school, and work life. It lets me continue my dream to be an educator while still working full-time as an entreprenuer."
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    #2Arizona State University

    Arizona State University

    Arizona State University is one of the largest public research universities in the U.S. in terms of enrollment. They have five campuses around the Phoenix metropolitan area. ASU offers about 300+ programs led by more than 200 faculty members. 

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    Shirley Wang
    Written on April 23, 2019
    "I was looking for the best accredited online colleges and stumbled upon this. Honestly, i'm not a fan of online learning becaus I don't think it's as interactive as the real thing. But I'm juggling A LOT right now, with the kids and such so I had to look for a more accessible way to get a degree. I've been going to Arizona state U for 3 months now and honeslty, i've never felt more in control of my life and my time! "
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    #3University of Florida

    University of Florida

    The University of Florida is located in Gainesville, Florida, United States. They offer 30 certificates, 100 undergraduate majors, and 200 graduate programs. The university also has an online counterpart called UF Online.

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    Austin Porter
    Written on April 23, 2019
    "I took an online bachelors degree at the University of Florida. I was under their heavener school of business and i must say, the way they encouraged the students to gain work exp thru co-ops, internships. and community service was amazing, I never thought an online class would be as in-depth ✔️✔️✔️"
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    #4University of Massachusetts

    University of Massachusetts

    The University of Massachusetts is the fourth-largest research university in New England. They have a total of five campuses namely Amherst, Boston, Dartmouth, Lowell, and Medical School. They also have an online college called UMass Online. 

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    Zhou Lai
    Written on April 23, 2019
    "Umass is among the best online universities and a good investment in my part. Their online curricul;um is flexible enough for me to squeeze in some ME time and their faculty members helped me cultivate my conversational skills. I was usually timid and shy but now I can answer my phone without having a baby panic attack."
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    #5Southern New Hampshire University

    Southern New Hampshire University

    Southern New Hampshire University, a nonprofit university, was founded in 1932. They now offer both on campus and online degrees. Their 300-acre campus is located in Manchester and is accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education.

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    Bruce Bowman
    Written on April 23, 2019
    "Some online university degrees are useless, I have taken an online photography class somewhere and it ended up being unusable 😤. So I took a marketing class in SNHU this time, and I can say it's better than the last online college I enrolled in. They have better profs and relatively more challenging assignments."
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    #6Indiana University

    Indiana University

    Indiana University is a public research university. Their largest institution and campus is located in Bloomington, Indiana. The university also has an online college, also known as IU Online, that offers more than 125 academic programs. 

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    Daisy Wu
    Written on April 23, 2019
    "I think this isn't among the largest online universities since they have less program offers compared to others. So far, i'm not happy about my son enrolling in here. He started four weeks ago and said that he took an exam at 2am! I don't know about their policies but i don't think 2am is a good time for the brain."
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    #7Northeastern University

    Northeastern University

    Northeastern University was established in 1898 and now with campuses in Boston, Charlotte, San Francisco Bay Area, Seattle, and Toronto. The university is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges.

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    Reyansh Kadam
    Written on April 23, 2019
    "Living in a society that see old people like me like we have some disability and should stay at home has made me want to find international online universities that do not discrimanite people and age and country."
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    #8Ashford University

    Ashford University

    Ashford University is an online college. Their headquarters is located in San Diego, California. The university offers more than 70 online degree programs. Aside from that, the college also offers 24/7 support and tuition assistance.

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    Janet Stone
    Written on April 23, 2019
    "I googled online courses with certificates because I wanted to surprise my mom with an additional skill and degree and Ashfoird University came up! I'm so happy i found a reasonable college with a cute prof LOL 😂"

Summary

Best What are the best online colleges
RankSolutionsTypeVotesPrice
1Penn State World CampusOther 20 Paid
2Arizona State UniversityOther 15 Paid
3University of FloridaOther 9 Paid
4University of MassachusettsOther 3 Paid
5Southern New Hampshire UniversityOther 3 Paid
6Indiana UniversityOther 2 Paid
7Northeastern UniversityOther 1 Paid
8Ashford UniversityOther 1 Paid
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