2013 Non-Profit Online College Rankings
For-profit colleges and universities once dominated the online education space. Recently, however, non-profit schools have been embracing this alternative, creating new and modifying current programs for online learners. Now, many community colleges, state universities and even private colleges now offer online programs, greatly expanding the educational options available to prospective students.
If you prefer to pursue an online degree from a college or university that has a physical, brick-and-mortar location, we have compiled this list of the top non-profit online schools with you in mind.
The table below shows our rankings of the top 20 accredited non-profit online colleges and universities, as determined by our school ranking methodology. In order to differentiate between schools that offer just a handful of online programs and schools that have adapted a larger portion of their curriculum for an online audience, we have included only those schools that offer five or more degree programs that can be completed fully online.
For each school, we have provided annual tuition, repayment rate, and retention rate, as we believe these factors can be used to evaluate the value a school will provide to a particular student. Click on a college’s name and you will be directed to the school’s information page where you can read more about available programs, accreditation, and financial aid as well as request admissions information directly from the institution.
If you would like to learn more about our ranking criteria and how we used it to make our list, please visit our methodology section.