50 Most Affordable Online Bachelor’s Degrees

affordable online bachelor's degrees

If you want a college education but life obligations make it difficult for you to consistently attend a campus, you might already know that affordable online bachelor’s degrees are an option at a growing number of colleges and universities, and that they are becoming far more mainstream than just a few years ago. An online bachelor’s degree can benefit all kinds of students: those working full-time, military personnel, and students with family obligations. It’s not just your schedule that can benefit — sometimes the overall cost is lower than attending on-campus. As well, have a laptop or sometimes a mobile device, and you can even study on the go, while commuting on public transit, waiting between tasks, or what have you.

If you’re serious about looking for an affordable online bachelor’s degree program, use this list to get started, to save some time doing initial research to find a suitable program. We’ve filtered data from NCES (National Center for Education Statistics), a bureau of the U.S. Dept. of Education, for all institutions of higher learning and present you with 50 of the most affordable online bachelor’s degrees. This is based on reported net yearly average price, so your actual cost may vary.

NOTES:

  1. Oldest school: Georgia Regents University, founded 1828. (Now known as Augusta University)
  2. Newest school: Western Governors University, founded 1997.
  3. # of states covered: 22.
  4. Net price range: $1,320-$8,722.
  5. In-state tuition price range: $2,700-$19,295.
  6. Out-of-state tuition price range: $3,950-$21,968.
  7. Colleges/ universities listed here offer either fully or partly online bachelor’s degree programs. They might also offer other academic programs such as certificates, associate’s degrees, master’s degrees or doctorates.
  8. Some of the affordable online bachelor’s degrees programs are “degree completion.” Typically, this means that they require applying students to hold an approved associate’s degree or the equivalent credits or certification/ licensing for admission into the program. For institutions not offering the requisite associate’s degree or equivalent status, students can transfer in from approved two-year colleges.
  9. Students enrolled in affordable online bachelor’s degree programs my choose to live out-of-state or in-state (relative to the school). For hybrid degree programs, students may prefer to live on or close to campus, or at least in-state and commute in for any required in-person events.
  10. Due to federal guidelines, states have online education regulations that need to be satisfied by colleges/ universities. For this reason, students in some states may not be able to take an online degree from some schools listed here. Check with your state’s department of education for details.
  11. This college ranking for affordable online bachelor’s degrees is based on NCES’s “average net yearly price” data, calculated as the average yearly cost for all students at a given institution (tuition, fees, room and board, etc.) While this does not necessarily reflect the actual cost to a given student, since there may be implied state residency requirements for some institutions, we felt that net price would be a more suitable value for ranking. For convenience, we have also listed the most recently reported in-state and out-of-state tuition fees (including required fees; not including books, room, board, etc.)
  12. Statistics published below for each college/ university is typically data referring to undergrad students at that institution. Population info refers to both online and on-campus students.
  13. A number of institutions offer an online quiz to help you assess whether you are ready to commit to an online degree. If you are unsure, it might be worth trying a couple of these assessments from different sites.
  14. Many schools are still developing their online curriculum. Degrees available today may be gone tomorrow, or partially online programs might shift to fully online. If you have difficulty finding a particular program, contact the school or department in question for information.
  15. Check accreditation details for schools that you are interested in. Some states may have restrictions regarding affordable online bachelor’s degrees and, depending on your state of residence, you might thus not be eligible for degrees from certain schools.

Abbreviations

Some of the degree/ certification abbreviations used in this list include:

  • ADN – Associate Degree Nursing
  • ASN – Associate of Science in Nursing
  • BA – Bachelor of Arts
  • BAAS – Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences
  • BAS – Bachelor of Applied Science
  • BASS – Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences
  • BBA – Bachelor of Business Administration
  • BGS – Bachelor of General Studies
  • BHS – Bachelor of Health Sciences
  • BIS – Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies
  • BS – Bachelor of Science
  • BT – Bachelor of Technology
  • BSN – Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • RN – Registered Nurse

50 Most Affordable Online Bachelor’s Degrees

50. McNeese State University

Image Source

Logotype Seal Horiz 2012McNeese State University (MSU) was established in 1939 and is based in Lake Charles, Louisiana, about 143 miles roughly east and north of Houston, TX. MSU offers certificates and degrees (associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s), including six online bachelor’s programs: (1) Bachelor’s in Criminal Justice (multidisciplinary); (2) BA Family and Child Studies; (3) BS Management; (4) Nursing (RN to BSN); (5) BS Psychology; (6) BA Sociology. Some of these are either degree-completion programs and have partnerships with various colleges to allow students to transfer in with a suitable associate’s degree. Courses are offered in hybrid, Web-based, Web-enhanced or interactive two-way audio/ compressed video modes. Distance education tools/ resources used include Moodle, MyMcNeese Portal and Louisiana Online.

  • Yearly average net price: $8,863.
  • In-state tuition: $7,290.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $18,365.
  • Graduation rate %: 41.
  • Transfer-out rate %: 23.
  • Student population: 8,237.
  • # undergraduates: 7,484.

49. Missouri Southern State University

Image Source

Missouri_Southern_State_University_logoMissouri Southern State University (MSSU) was established in 1937 and is based in Joplin, Missouri, about 113 miles roughly northeast of Tulsa. MSSU offers certificates and degrees (associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s), including 10 online bachelor’s programs with various emphasis areas and multiple minors. Majors: (1) BS in Business Administration with six emphasis areas and multiple minors; (2) BS in Criminal Justice Administration; (3) BS in Health Science-Business/ Life-Health Science; (4) Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS); (5) Bachelor of General Studies (BGS); (6) BS in Environmental Health & Safety; (7) BS in Health Science-Dental Hygiene; (8) BS in Health Science-Respiratory Therapy; (9) BS in Health Science-Radiology; (10) BS in Health Science-Paramedic Program. Degrees #4-5 are both either degree-completion or Interdisciplinary programs. Degrees #6-10 are all degree completion programs and require an approved associate’s degree for admission. Distance education tools/ resources used include Blackboard, LioNet and online advising.

  • Yearly average net price: $9,193.
  • In-state tuition: $5,523.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $10,480.
  • Graduation rate %: 31.
  • Transfer-out rate %: 31.
  • Student population: 5,613.
  • # undergraduates: 5,561.

48. University of New Orleans

Image Source

University_of_New_Orleans_logoUniversity of New Orleans (UNO) was established in 1958 and is based in New Orleans, Louisiana. UNO offers certificate and degrees (bachelor’s; master’s; research doctorates), including two online bachelor’s programs: (1) BA (Bachelor of Arts) Philosophy; (2) Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies (Bachelor of IDS, or BIS) with six Concentrations: Behavioral Studies, Business and Urban Society, Health Care Business Studies, Cultural Studies, or Education in Urban Society. The BIS is a degree completion program for eligible students with a suitable approved associate’s degree. Distance education tools/ resources include Moodle (course management), Proctor U (live, online exam proctoring), iTunes U, Adobe Connect (Web conferencing) and online advising (via email).

  • Yearly average net price: $8,867.
  • In-state tuition: $8,004.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $21,821.
  • Graduation rate %: 35.
  • Transfer-out rate %: n/a.
  • Student population: 9,234.
  • # undergraduates: 7,152.

47. Indiana University-Kokomo

Image Source

Indiana_University_Kokomo_logoIndiana University-Kokomo (IUK) was established in 1945 and is based in Kokomo, Indiana, about 58 miles north of Indianapolis. IUK offers certificates and degrees (associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s), including one online bachelor’s program: BS RN to BSN Nursing. This is a degree completion program, requiring an ASN (Associate of Science in Nursing) for admission. The degree can be completed in 12, 18 or 24 months via 8-week learning modules. Distance education tools/ resources used include CANVAS, IU Online and online library access. Faculty also have multiple resources for developing online courses, and can even take an Online Course Developers Certificate program.

  • Yearly average net price: $8,566.
  • In-state tuition: $6,941.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $18,379.
  • Graduation rate %: 30.
  • Transfer-out rate %: 32.
  • Student population: 4,180.
  • # undergraduates: 4,004.

46. Prairie View A & M University

Image Source

PVAMU_logoPrairie View A & M University (PVAMU) was established in 1876 and is based in Prairie View, Texas, about 47 miles roughly northwest of Houston. PVAMU offers bachelor’s, master’s and research doctorate degrees, including one online bachelor’s program, BS RN-BSN Nursing, which is a degree completion program and requires a suitable associate’s degree in nursing or a diploma in nursing, and a current license as a registered nurse. Distance education tools/ resources used include PVAMU’s eCourse learning management system (LMS).

  • Yearly average net price: $10,166.
  • In-state tuition: $9,745.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $22,272.
  • Graduation rate %: 34.
  • Transfer-out rate %: 37.
  • Student population: 8,429.
  • # undergraduates: 6,905.

45. Texas A&M University-Commerce

Image Source

tamuc_logoTexas A & M University-Commerce (TAMUC) was established in 1889 in remote Commerce, Texas, about 66 miles roughly northeast of Dallas. TAMUC offers bachelor’s, master’s, research doctorate degrees, including four fully online and twelve partially online bachelor’s programs. Fully online programs: (1) BS in Business Administration (BSBA); (2) BBA General Business; (3) Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences (BAAS); (4) BAAS Organizational Leadership. Partially online programs have 50% or more of their curriculum courses available online. Partially online programs: (5) BBA – Finance; (6) BS in Computer Science; (7) BS in Computer Information Systems;(8,9) BS or BA in Sociology; (10,11) BS or BA in Journalism (Public Relations emphasis); (12,13) BS or BS in Criminal Justice; (14,15) BS or BA in Agribusiness; (16) BAAS General Studies. Distance education tools/ resources used include eCollege (online courses), TAMUC’s Electronic Campus platform and their myLEO Web portal.

  • Yearly average net price: $8,351.
  • In-state tuition: $6,202.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $15,562.
  • Graduation rate %: 42.
  • Transfer-out rate %: 34.
  • Student population: 12,111.
  • # undergraduates: 7,374.

44. Western Governors University

Image Source

WGU-AcademicLogo_Western Governors University (WGU) was established in 1997 and is based in Salt Lake City, Utah. It has affiliated schools in six states but is an all-online university. It offers certificates and degrees (bachelor’s, master’s), including 25 bachelor’s programs (too many list here), all of which are online. (Note: Not all programs area available in all states.) Areas of study include Teachers College (8 programs), Business (7), Information Technology (6) and Health Professions (4). Program availability depends on the state of residence of a student. Contact the school for further details. Distance education tools/ resources include Web-based tutorials, online library access, simulations, e-textbooks and learning communities.

  • Yearly average net price: $8,667.
  • In-state tuition: $6,070.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $6,070.
  • Graduation rate %: 14.
  • Transfer-out rate %: 42.
  • Student population: 57,821.
  • # undergraduates: 4,499.

43. Northwestern Oklahoma State University

Image Source

northwestern-osu-logoNorthwestern Oklahoma State University (NWOSU) was established in 1897 and is based in Alva, Oklahoma, about 115 miles roughly southwest of Wichita. NWOSU offers certificates and degrees (bachelor’s, master’s), including three online bachelor’s programs: (1) BS with two Majors: Accounting or Business Administration; (2) BAAS with a Major in Technical Management (including an Alternative Energy option); (3) RN to BSN Nursing. The latter requires either a suitable associate’s degree or diploma in nursing. Minimum credit requirements for a bachelor’s degree is 124.

  • Yearly average net price: $7,830.
  • In-state tuition: $6,112.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $12,562.
  • Graduation rate %: 20.
  • Transfer-out rate %: 31.
  • Student population: 2,166.
  • # undergraduates: 1,957.

42. Texas Woman’s University

Image Source

Texas_Woman's_University_logoTexas Woman’s University (TWU, a co-educational institution, despite the name) was established in 1901 and is based in Denton, Texas, about 38 miles north and slightly east of Fort Worth. TWU offers certificates and degrees (bachelor’s, master’s, research and professional doctorates), including seven fully online and three hybrid online bachelor’s degree completion programs — the latter of which have some on-campus classes/ labs. Programs may require a suitable approved associate’s degree or the equivalent credits for admission. Fully online programs: (1) BS Criminal Justice; (2) RDH-to-BSDH (BS Dental Hygiene; 120 credits, with up to 90 transferable in); (3) Bachelor of General Studies (BGS; multidisciplinary); (4) BS Health Studies Major; (5) BAS in Community Health; (6) RN to BS Nursing (for RN’s with associate’s degree or diploma); (7) BS Sociology. Hybrid programs: (8) BBA Human Resource Management; (9) BBA Management; (10) BBA Marketing.

  • Yearly average net price: $8,995.
  • In-state tuition: $6,948.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $16,308.
  • Graduation rate %: 41.
  • Transfer-out rate %: 38.
  • Student population: 15,071.
  • # undergraduates: 9,680.

41. Cleary University

Image Source)

ClearyUniversity-LogoCleary University was established in 1883 and is based in Ann Arbor, Michigan, about 43 miles roughly west of Detroit. Cleary offers certificates and degrees (bachelor’s, master’s), including two fully online bachelor’s programs. (1) BBA in Business Management; (2) BBA in Health Care Management. The Business Management program requires 180 total credits. The BBA Health Care Management is a degree completion program. It requires 61 credits to complete additional credits already earned (and approved).

  • Yearly average net price: $10,615.
  • In-state tuition: $20,000.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $20,000.
  • Graduation rate %: 52.
  • Transfer-out rate %: n/a.
  • Student population: 537.
  • # undergraduates: 441.

40. National American University-Ellsworth AFB Extension

Image Source

National_American_University_logoNational American University (NAU) was established in 1941 and is based in Rapid City, South Dakota, with multiple locations including Ellsworth AFB (Air Force Base). All of NAU’s programs are offered online, including over 30 bachelor’s programs (too many to list here). However, the Ellsworth AFB Extension is listed here because it’s net yearly price is the lowest of all locations because of the military discount. Which campus you enroll with depends on the zip code of where you live. According to a representative of one of the Colorado campuses, whom we contacted, if you live near a campus, you can register for an online program through that campus. If you do not, you can register through NAU’s Online Campus. Some campuses do not offer certain programs online. For example, Colorado does not offer any of the medical-related programs (e.g., nursing) online but another campus might.

  • Yearly average net price: $11,483.
  • In-state tuition: $6,075.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $6,075.
  • Graduation rate %: 25.
  • Transfer-out rate %: n/a.
  • Student population: 376.
  • # undergraduates: 376.

39. University of Tennessee at Martin

Image Source

UT-Martin-logoUniversity of Tennessee at Martin (UTM) was established in 1927 and is based in remote Martin, Tennessee. UTM offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees, including five online bachelor’s programs.: (1) Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies (BIS); (2) BS in Business Administration – Management Concentration; (3) BS in Nursing – RN to BSN Option; (4) BS in Agriculture – Agribusiness; (5) BS in Agriculture – Farm and Ranch Management. Distance education tools/ resources used include online tutoring, online library access, and various electronic databases.

  • Yearly average net price: $8,288.
  • In-state tuition: $8,326.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $22,270.
  • Graduation rate %: 46.
  • Transfer-out rate %: n/a.
  • Student population: 7,042.
  • # undergraduates: 6,677.

38. University of Alaska Southeast

Image Source

uas-logoUniversity of Alaska Southeast (UAS) was established in 1972 and is based in remote Juneau, Alaska. UAS offers certificates and degrees (associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s), including eight online bachelor’s programs. All programs require 120 semester credits for completion. Programs: BBA Accounting Emphasis; (2) BBA Human Resource Management; (3) BBA Management; (4) BBA Management Information Systems; (5) BA in Elementary Education; (6) BA Social Science; (7) BA Special Education; (8) Bachelor of Liberal Arts (BLA).

  • Yearly average net price: $11,983.
  • In-state tuition: $6,132.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $17,306.
  • Graduation rate %: 23.
  • Transfer-out rate %: 29.
  • Student population: 2,989.
  • # undergraduates: 2,681.

37. University of Louisiana at Lafayette

Image Source

ull-logoUniversity of Louisiana at Lafayette (ULL) was established in 1898 and is based in Lafayette, Louisiana, about 59 miles roughly southwest of Baton Rouge. ULL offers certificates and degrees (bachelor’s, master’s, research and professional doctorates), including three online bachelor’s programs: BS in Kinesiology – Health Promotion & Wellness Concentration; (2) BS in Health Services Administration; (3) BS Online RN-to-BSN. The RN to BSN Nursing program can be fast-tracked and completed in just 12 months. Courses are offered in hybrid (50-99% online) and fully online (100%). Distance education tools/ resources used include Moodle (online learning), Net Tutor, online library access, and ULL’s ULink platform.

  • Yearly average net price: $9,065.
  • In-state tuition: $8,256.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $21,984.
  • Graduation rate %: 45.
  • Transfer-out rate %: n/a.
  • Student population: 17,195.
  • # undergraduates: 15,574.

36. Florida SouthWestern State College

Image Source

florida-sw-logoFlorida SouthWestern State College (FSW) was established in 1962 and is based in Fort Myers, Florida. FSW offers certificates and degrees (associate’s, bachelor’s), including one online bachelor’s program, which is a degree completion program: BSN (Bachelor of Science in Nursing) RN to BSN. General credits must be completed before students are eligible for admission — either with an approved associate’s degree program or the equivalent credits. Distance education tools/ resources include Canvas, online library access and Florida Virtual Campus.

  • Yearly average net price: $7,624.
  • In-state tuition: $3,401.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $12,979.
  • Graduation rate %: 32.
  • Transfer-out rate %: 13.
  • Student population: 15,389.
  • # undergraduates: 15,389.

35. Kentucky State University

Image Source

kentucky-state-logoKentucky State University (KSU) was established in 1886 and is based in Frankfort, Kentucky, about 55 miles roughly east of Louisville. KSU offers associate’s, bachelor’s and master’s degrees, including three online bachelor’s programs: (1) BA (Bachelor of Arts) in Criminal Justice; (2) BA Psychology; (3) BA Public Administration (BPA). Distance courses are offered in both online and Interactive Videoconference modes. Distance education tools/ resources used includes Blackboard and WIRED.

  • Yearly average net price: $8,206.
  • In-state tuition: $7,754.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $18,056.
  • Graduation rate %: 22.
  • Transfer-out rate %: 44.
  • Student population: 1,895.
  • # undergraduates: 1,754.

34. University of Alaska Fairbanks

Image Source

UAF-LogoUniversity of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF) was established in 1917 and is based in Fairbanks, Alaska. It offers certificates and degrees (associate’s, bachelor’, master’s, research doctorates), including three online bachelor’s programs: (1) Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA); (2) Bachelor of Homeland Security and Emergency Management (BEM); (3) BA in Justice. Distance education tools/ resources include Blackboard, ELMO and UAOnline (from the University of Alaska System). Non-UAF students can also take UAF eLearning courses.

  • Yearly average net price: $8,741.
  • In-state tuition: $5,674.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $17,303.
  • Graduation rate %:282.
  • Transfer-out rate %: 21.
  • Student population: 8,620.
  • # undergraduates: 7,484.

33. Northern Kentucky University

Image Source

NKU_logoNorthern Kentucky University (NKU) was established in 1968 and is based in Highland Heights, Kentucky, about seven miles south and east of Cincinnati, Ohio. NKU offers certificates and degrees (associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s, research and professional doctorates), including nine online bachelor’s programs — all of which start in August or September of each academic year. Programs: (1) BA Communication Studies; (2) BA Criminal Justice; (3) BA History; (4) BA Integrative Studies; (5) BA Organizational Leadership (BAOL); (6) BS Business Informatics (BSBI); (7) BS in Health Science (BHS); (8) BS Library Informatics (BSLI); (9) BS RN to BSN Nursing.

  • Yearly average net price: $9,173.
  • In-state tuition: $9,120.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $17,856.
  • Graduation rate %: 40.
  • Transfer-out rate %: n/a.
  • Student population: 15,090.
  • # undergraduates: 12,809.

32. University of Louisiana at Monroe

Image Source

ULM-logoUniversity of Louisiana at Monroe (ULM) was established in 1931 and is based in Monroe, Louisiana, about 100 miles roughly east of Shreveport. ULM offers certificates and degrees (bachelor’s, master’s, research and professional doctorates), including 16 online bachelor’s programs. Each program requires 120-125 semester credit hours for completion and usually takes four years to complete. A fast-track option accelerates this duration to two years. Note: some of these programs are “degree completion,” meaning that the first two years of credits might not be completed online, depending on the source. Programs: (1) BA in Criminal Justice; (2) BA in Modern Languages, French Concentration; (3) BA in History; (4) BA in Organizational Leadership, Financial Services Concentration; (5) BA in Psychology; (6) Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA, general); (7) BBA Marketing; (8) BBA Risk Management and Insurance; (9) BGS (Bachelor of General Studies); (10) BS (Bachelor of Science) Degree Completion in Dental; (11) BS in Elementary Education; (12) BS in Health Studies, Healthcare Marketing/Management; (13) BS in Health Studies, COTA to BSHS Bridge Program; (14) BS in Medical Laboratory Science, MLT to MLS Bridge Program; (15) BS in Radiologic Technology; (16) BSN RN to Bachelor of Science in Nursing.

  • Yearly average net price: $7,912.
  • In-state tuition: $7,658.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $19,758.
  • Graduation rate %: 41.
  • Transfer-out rate %: n/a.
  • Student population: 8,517.
  • # undergraduates: 7,215.

31. University of Texas of the Permian Basin

Image Source

utpb-logoUniversity of Texas of the Permian Basin (UTPB) was established in 1973 and is based in Odessa, Texas, about 321 miles west and south of Forth Worth. UTPB offers certificates and degrees (bachelor’s, master’s), including seven online bachelor’s programs. Programs have six start dates throughout the year, making for flexibility for students. Each session runs 7.5 weeks, making it possible to complete all bachelor programs in 12-16 months. Each degree requires 120 semester credits for completion. Programs: (1) BBA (Bachelor of Business Administration) Management; (2) BBA Marketing; (3) BA in Communication; (4) BA in Psychology; (5) BA in Sociology; (6) BA in Humanities; (7) BS in Industrial Technology (BSIT).

  • Yearly average net price: $8,984.
  • In-state tuition: $5,250.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $6,090.
  • Graduation rate %: 40.
  • Transfer-out rate %: 37.
  • Student population: 5,570.
  • # undergraduates: 4,661.

30. Texas A & M University-Texarkana

Image Source

Texas_A&M_University–Texarkana-logoTexas A & M University-Texarkana (TAMUT) was established in 1971 and is based in rural Texarkana, about 179 miles roughly east and north of Dallas, and 72 miles roughly north of Shreveport, LA. TAMUT offers bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral (research) degrees, which includes one online bachelor’s program: RN to Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Distance education tools/ resources used include Blackboard, ITV (Interactive Videoconferencing) and Texas A&M System’s CEP (Course Exchange Portal).

  • Yearly average net price: $7,964.
  • In-state tuition: $6,411.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $16,437.
  • Graduation rate %: 18.48.
  • Transfer-out rate %: n/a.
  • Student population: 1,865.
  • # undergraduates: 1,393.

29. Indiana University-East

Image Source

iue-logoIndiana University-East (IUE) was established in 1971 and is based in Richmond, Indiana, about 73 miles roughly east of Indianapolis. IUE offers certificates and degrees (bachelor’s, master’s), including 10 online bachelor’s programs, most of which are degree completion programs requiring a suitable associate’s degree or equivalent 60-64 credits completed at IUE or an approved 2-year or community college. Bachelor’s completion requires an additional 60 credits. The online programs are: (1) BS in Business Administration; (2) BA/BS in Communication Studies; (3) BS in Criminal Justice; (4) BA in English with Technical and Professional Writing Emphasis; (5) General BAS – requires an approved Associates degree, and has two tracks: Health Care or Individualized; (6) Bachelor of General Studies (BGS); (7) BS in Mathematics Program; (8) BA in Natural Science and Mathematics, Mathematics Concentration; (9) BSN (BS Nursing) RN to BSN Mobility Option; (10) BS in Political Science.

  • Yearly average net price: $8,453.
  • In-state tuition: $6,930.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $18,379.
  • Graduation rate %: 28.
  • Transfer-out rate %: 28.
  • Student population: 4,573.
  • # undergraduates: 4,430.

28. Brigham Young University-Idaho

Image Source

BYU-Idaho_-LogoBrigham Young University-Idaho (BYUI) was established in 1888 and is based in Rexburg, Idaho, about 28 miles northeast of Idaho Falls. BYUI offers associate’s and bachelor’s degrees, including 11 online bachelor’s programs, each requiring 120 semester credits for completion: (1) BS Applied Management; (2) BS Business Management; (3) BS Computer Information Technology; (4) BS Public Health: Health Education and Promotion; (5) BS Healthcare Administration; (6) BS Interdisciplinary Studies; (7) BS Marriage & Family Studies; (8) BS Nursing RN to BSN; (9) BS Software Engineering; (10) BS University Studies; (11) BS Web Design & Development.

  • Yearly average net price: $8,624.
  • In-state tuition: $3,830.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $3,830.
  • Graduation rate %: 61.
  • Transfer-out rate %:15.
  • Student population: 36,624.
  • # undergraduates: 36,624.

27. University of South Florida-Sarasota-Manatee

Image Source

USFSM-logoUniversity of South Florida-Sarasota-Manatee (USF-SM) was established in 1975 and is based in Sarasota, Florida. USF-SM offers certificates and degrees (associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s), including one online bachelor’s degree: BS (Bachelor of Science) in Communication Sciences & Disorders (CSD). This is a second bachelor’s degree available only to students who have a non-CSD bachelor’s degree already. USF indicates that the BS-CSD degree prepares students for “graduate study and professional certification in Speech-Language Pathology (SLP) or Audiology.” It is available starting summer semesters and is available full- or part-time. Distance education tools/ resources used includes Canvas and the custom MyUSF platform.

  • Yearly average net price: $5,324.
  • In-state tuition: $5,587.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $16,501.
  • Graduation rate %: n/a.
  • Transfer-out rate %: n/a.
  • Student population: 1,902.
  • # undergraduates: 1,756.

26. University of Hawaii-West Oahu

Image Source

uh_west_oahu_logoUniversity of Hawaii-West Oahu (UHWO) was established in 1976 and is based in Kapolei, Hawaii. UHWO offers bachelor’s degrees, including five of which are online: (1) Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration (BABA) with three Concentrations: Accounting, General Business Administration, and Marketing; (2) BA in Social Sciences (BASS) Applied Track with three study themes (offered only to other Hawaiian islanders): (a) Human Development, Health and Healing, (b) Culture and Environment, (c) Economy and Society; (3) BASS with a Concentration in Political Science; (4) BASS with a Concentration in Early Childhood Education; (5) BA in Public Administration (BAPA) with four Concentrations: (a) Disaster Preparedness and Emergency Management, (b) Health Care Administration, (c) Justice Administration and (d) General Public Administration. Distance education tools/ resources used include Laulima for course management and collaboration and Interactive Television (ITV).

  • Yearly average net price: $7,642.
  • In-state tuition: $7,152.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $19,608.
  • Graduation rate %: 29.
  • Transfer-out rate %: n/a.
  • Student population: 2,661.
  • # undergraduates: 2,661.

25. Winston-Salem State University

Image Source

wssu-logoWinston-Salem State University (WSSU) was established in 1892 and is based in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. WSSU offers certificates and degrees (bachelor’s, master’s, professional doctorate), including four online bachelor’s degrees: (1) BS – Clinical Laboratory Science; (2) BS in Nursing (RN-BSN); (3) BIS with Concentration in Integrative Studies; (4) Birth to Kindergarten Education (BKE) Degree Program (teacher licensure). Distance education tools/ resources used includes Blackboard.

  • Yearly average net price: $8,746.
  • In-state tuition: $5,707.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $15,523.
  • Graduation rate %: 46.
  • Transfer-out rate %: 20.
  • Student population: 5,220.
  • # undergraduates: 4,793.

24. University of Arkansas-Fort Smith

Image Source)

UA-FS-Logo-250University of Arkansas-Fort Smith (UAFS) was established in 1928 and is based in Fort Smith, Arkansas. UAFS offers certificates and degrees (associate’s, bachelor’s), including one online bachelor’s degree: BS RN-BSN Nursing. This is a degree completion program for current RNs and thus requires a suitable associate’s degree or the equivalent credits. Distance education tools/ resources used include the Blackboard LMS, and courses are offered in full online, hybrid and Web-enhanced modes.

  • Yearly average net price: $7,447.
  • In-state tuition: $5,062.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $11,302.
  • Graduation rate %: 23.
  • Transfer-out rate %: 14.
  • Student population: 6,830.
  • # undergraduates: 6,830.

23. Augusta University

Image Source

augusta-u-logoAugusta University, formerly known as Georgia Regents University, was established in 1828 and is based in Augusta, Georgia. It offers a full range of academic programs: certificates and degrees ranging from associate’s to doctoral (including both research and professional). This includes four online bachelor’s programs offered through two divisions – MLIRS (Dept of Medical Laboratory, Imaging, and Radiologic Sciences) and the College of Allied Health Sciences (which contains MLIRS). The programs are: (1) BS Clinical Laboratory Science; (2) BS Health Information Administration; (3) BS Respiratory Therapy; (4) BS Nuclear Medicine Technology. Some of these programs are degree completion, requiring an applicable associate’s degree or the equivalent credits.

  • Yearly average net price: $12,157.
  • In-state tuition: $8,282.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $22,990.
  • Graduation rate %: 30.
  • Transfer-out rate %: 14.
  • Student population: 7,988.
  • # undergraduates: 5,225.

22. College of Southern Nevada

Image Source

logo_CSNCollege of Southern Nevada (CSN) was established in 1971 and is based in Las Vegas, Nevada. CSN offers certificates and degrees (associate’s, bachelor’s), including one online bachelor’s degree: BS Dental Hygiene. CSN’s Online Campus has been running over 10 years and uses a number of tools/ resources including Canvas and online library access.

  • Yearly average net price: $7,527.
  • In-state tuition: $2,805.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $9,540.
  • Graduation rate %: 7.
  • Transfer-out rate %: 16.
  • Student population: 35,943.
  • # undergraduates: 35,943.

21. Pensacola State College

Image Source

PSC_LogoPensacola State College (PSC) was established in 1948 and is based in Pensacola, Florida, about 58 miles roughly southeast of Mobile, Alabama. It offers certificates and degrees (associate’s, bachelor’s), including one bachelor’s program: BS NUR-BSN. This is a degree completion program which requires an ADN for admission. Total required credits to complete the BS is 120. Distance education tools/ resources used include Canvas LMS (replacing Angel), Spyglass and Florida Virtual Campus.

  • Yearly average net price: $6,842.
  • In-state tuition: $2,704.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $10,875.
  • Graduation rate %: 31.
  • Transfer-out rate %: 9.
  • Student population: 10,317.
  • # undergraduates: 10,317.

20. Indiana University Northwest

Image Source

IUN_logoIndiana University Northwest (IUN) was established in 1963 and is based in Gary, Indiana, about nine miles roughly east and north of Hammond, and about 151 miles roughly north and west of Indianapolis. IUN offers certificates and degrees (associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s), including two online bachelor’s programs: (1) BS Labor Studies; (2) BS RN to BSN. The latter is a degree completion program and requires an ASN degree or equivalent for admission. It takes 12, 18 or 24 months for graduation (with 8-week learning modules). Distance education tools/ resources include Canvas (replacing Oncourse.IU) and online library access.

  • Yearly average net price: $6,992.
  • In-state tuition: $6,963.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $18,379.
  • Graduation rate %: 24.
  • Transfer-out rate %: 28.
  • Student population: 6,052.
  • # undergraduates: 5,661.

19. Southern University at New Orleans

Image Source

Southern_University_at_New_Orleans_LogoSouthern University at New Orleans (SUNO) was established in 1956 and is based in New Orleans, Louisiana. SUNO offers certificates and degrees (associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s), including two online bachelor’s program: (1) Bachelor of General Studies, with a concentration in Humanities; (2) Bachelor’s Criminal Justice/ Homeland Security, which is a combination of blended and online courses, so not fully online. Distance education tools/ resources used include Banner, Blackboard and satellite telecommunications.

  • Yearly average net price: $7,685.
  • In-state tuition: $5,218.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $6,517.
  • Graduation rate %: 14.
  • Transfer-out rate %: n/a.
  • Student population: 2,103.
  • # undergraduates: 1,658.

18. St Petersburg College

Image Source

spc-logoSt Petersburg College (SPC) was established in 1927 and is based in Clearwater, Florida. It offers certificates and degrees (associate’s, bachelor’s), including 10 online bachelor’s programs: (1) BAS (Bachelor of Applied Science) Dental Hygiene; (2) BAS Health Services Administration; (3) BAS International Business; (4) BAS Management and Organizational Leadership; (5) BAS Public Safety Administration; (6) BAS Sustainability Management; (7) BAS Technology Development and Management; (8) BAS Veterinary Technology; (9) BS (Bachelor of Science) Business Administration; (10) BS Nursing. Distance education tools/ resources include SPC’s eCampus online learning platform.

  • Yearly average net price: $10,933.
  • In-state tuition: $3,352.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $11,607.
  • Graduation rate %: 31.
  • Transfer-out rate %: 12.
  • Student population: 32,681.
  • # undergraduates: 32,681.

17. Wright State University-Lake Campus

Image Source

WrightStateLogoWright State University (WSU) was established in 1967 and is based in Fairborn, Ohio. The Lake Campus location is in rural Celina, OH, about 83 miles north and west of Fairborn. Lake Campus offers associate’s. bachelor’s and master’s degrees, including an online RN-BSN Nursing degree completion program which requires a suitable associate’s degree. WSU’s online courses include interactive video courses introduced in May 2014.

  • Yearly average net price: $7,611.
  • In-state tuition: $5,842.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $14,210.
  • Graduation rate %: 42.
  • Transfer-out rate %: n/a.
  • Student population: 1,172.
  • # undergraduates: 1,115.

16. University of Houston-Downtown

Image Source

University_of_Houston-Downtown-logoUniversity of Houston-Downtown (UHD) was established in 1974 and is based in Houston, Texas. UHD offers certificates and degrees (bachelor’s, master’s), including 15 online bachelor’s programs. All of these are degree completion programs and thus only upper division courses are online. Students can transfer from other institutions with a suitable two-year associate’s degree or the equivalent credits. Programs: (1) BBA General Business; (2) BBA Enterprise Information Systems; (3) BBA Finance; (4) BBA Insurance & Risk Management; (5) BBA International Business; (6) BBA Management; (7) BBA Marketing; (8) BBA Supply Chain Management; (9) BA Humanities; (10) BS Professional Writing; (11) BS Psychology; (12) BS Criminal Justice; (13) BAAS Criminal Justice; (14) BAAS Applied Administration; (15) BS Interdisciplinary Studies. Distance education tools/ resources include online advising and online library access.

  • Yearly average net price: $7,409.
  • In-state tuition: $5,780.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $15,140.
  • Graduation rate %: 13.
  • Transfer-out rate %: 52.
  • Student population: 14,439.
  • # undergraduates: 13,830.

15. Northeastern State University

Image Source

northeastern-state-university-logoNortheastern State University (NSU) was established in 1909 in the remote town of Tahlequah, Oklahoma. NSU offers certificates and degrees (bachelor’s, master’s, professional doctorates), including nine online bachelor’s programs: (1) BS with two options (Medical Laboratory Sciences); (2) Nursing RN-BSN; (3,4) BBA or BT Supply Chain Management; (5) BBA Hospitality and Tourism Management; (6) Bachelor’s in Organizational Leadership; (7) BS Nursing RN-BSN; (8) Bachelor’s in Health Care Administration; (9) Bachelor’s in Criminal Justice. The latter three are degree-completion programs, requiring a suitable associate’s degree for admission. NSU distance courses are offered in either online or blended mode, although some programs are fully online.

  • Yearly average net price: $8,148.
  • In-state tuition: $5,547.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $12,897.
  • Graduation rate %: 26.
  • Transfer-out rate %: 30.
  • Student population: 8,310.
  • # undergraduates: 7,094.

14. Florida State College at Jacksonville

Image Source

fscj-LogoFlorida State College at Jacksonville (FSCJ) was established in 1966 and is based in Jacksonville, Florida. FSCJ offers certificates and degrees (associate and bachelor’s degrees and technical and workforce certificates), including six online bachelor’s programs: (1) BS in Business Administration; (2) BS in Early Childhood Education; (3) BS in Financial Services; (4) BS in Human Services; (5) BAS in Information Technology Management; (6) BAS in Supervision and Management. Courses at FSCJ have three modes: (1) on-campus Web-enhanced (0-29% online content per course); (2) Hybrid (30-79%); (3) Online (80-100%). Exam testing that needs to be in-person could either be scheduled at FSCJ campuses or select testing centers. FSCJ’s Open Campus tools/ resources include Florida Virtual Campus and online library access.

  • Yearly average net price: $7,460.
  • In-state tuition: $2,194.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $9,944.
  • Graduation rate %: 34.
  • Transfer-out rate %: 7.
  • Student population: 25,514.
  • # undergraduates: 25,514.

13. Clear Creek Baptist Bible College

Image Source

ccbbc_logoClear Creek Baptist Bible College (CCBBC) was established in 1926 in remote rural Pineville, Kentucky. CCBBC offers certificates and degrees (associate’s, bachelor’s), including one online bachelor’s program: BA in Pastoral Ministry (130 credits). Distance education tools/ resources include SonisWeb and Sakai Online Campus.

  • Yearly average net price: $6,612.
  • In-state tuition: $6,792.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $6,792.
  • Graduation rate %: 40.
  • Transfer-out rate %: 8.
  • Student population: 156.
  • # undergraduates: 156.

12. Allen College

Image Source)

Allen_College-logoAllen College (AC) was established in 1989 and is based in Waterloo, Iowa, about 91 miles roughly west of Dubuque and about 54 miles roughly northwest of Cedar Rapids. AC offers certificates and degrees (associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s, research and professional doctorates). For online programs, AC launched a BHS in Public Health for Fall 2014 and a BHS in Dental Health in Fall 2015. Distance education tools/ resources used include eLearning (supported and delivered by University of Northern Iowa).

  • Yearly average net price: $6,953.
  • In-state tuition: $17,373.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $17,373.
  • Graduation rate %: 75.
  • Transfer-out rate %: 25.
  • Student population: 575.
  • # undergraduates: 379.

11. Fayetteville State University

Image Source

fayetteville-logoFayetteville State University (FSU) was established in 1867 and is based in Fayetteville, North Carolina. FSU offers certificates and degrees (bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral), of which seven are online bachelor’s degree completion programs, offered through the Arts & Sciences college: (1) BS Criminal Justice; (2) BS Fire & Emergency Services Administration; (3) BS Psychology; (4) BA Sociology; (5) BBA General Concentration; (6) RN-BSN Nursing; (7) BS Birth through Kindergarten (Non-Teaching). Being degree completion programs, only the upper division courses are online. Students *can* transfer from elsewhere, however, such as from a two-year online program (such as an associate’s degree) from elsewhere. An additional online program that is in development is the BS Birth through Kindergarden degree with teaching and non-teaching variations. Distance education tools/ resources include Blackboard and online library services.

  • Yearly average net price: $5,170.
  • In-state tuition: $4,885.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $16,493.
  • Graduation rate %: 32.
  • Transfer-out rate %: 24.
  • Student population: 5,899.
  • # undergraduates: 5,247.

10. Utah Valley University

Image Source

UVU-logoUtah Valley University (UVU) was established in 1941 and is based in Orem, Utah, about 5 miles roughly north and west of Provo. UVU offers certificates and degrees (associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s), including three bachelor’s programs that are fully online: (1) BS Aviation; (2) BS Emergency Services Administration Management; Bachelor’s in Hospitality Management. The latter program is still in development, with some courses not yet fully online. Some of the programs listed above are also available as online Associate’s degrees. UVU offers a variety of distance education course modes: online, hybrid and live-interactive.

  • Yearly average net price: $6,565.
  • In-state tuition: $5,386.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $15,202.
  • Graduation rate %: 33.
  • Transfer-out rate %: 25.
  • Student population: 31,332.
  • # undergraduates: 31,163.

9. Dalton State College

Image Source

dalton-logoDalton State College (DSC) was established in 1963 and is based in Dalton, Georgia, about 89 miles roughly northwest of Atlanta and about 38 miles roughly southeast of Chattanooga, TN. DSC offers certificates, associate’s degrees and bachelor’s degrees. They’ve partnered with Georgia Southwestern University and other University System of Georgia (USG) institutions to offer what they call eMajor online bachelor’s degrees. DSC itself offers eCore programs, which constitute the first two years of studies, and which are fully online. The remaining two years of a bachelor’s program are then completed online through USG eMajor partners. DSC’s current offering is six online bachelor’s degree programs: BA in Spanish / Spanish Minor, BA in French / French Minor, BS in Criminal Justice, BS in Office Administration and Technology, BA in Legal Assistant Studies, BS in Organizational Leadership. The latter has four Concentrations: Public Service Administration, Office Administration and Technology, Legal Office Administration, Health Care Administration. Distance education tools/ resources include eCore for electronic core curriculum, eMajor, Galileo.

  • Yearly average net price: $5,957.
  • In-state tuition: $4,052.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $12,302.
  • Graduation rate %: 16.
  • Transfer-out rate %: 10.
  • Student population: 4,854.
  • # undergraduates: 4,854.

8. Virginia Baptist College

Image Courtesy of VBC

vbc-logoVirginia Baptist College (VBC) was established in 1984 and is based in Fredericksburg, Virginia, about 53 miles southwest of Washington, DC. It offers certificates and degrees (associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s), including two online bachelor’s programs and various minors: (1) Bachelor of Christian Education with two Concentrations: Elementary Education and Secondary Education,128 credits each; (2) Bachelor of Ministry with four Concentrations: Bible, Church Ministries, Pastoral Studies and Church Business. Distance education tools/ resources used include Populi and Adobe Connect.

  • Yearly average net price: $12,093.
  • In-state tuition: $5,540.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $5,540.
  • Graduation rate %: n/a.
  • Transfer-out rate %: n/a.
  • Student population: 94.
  • # undergraduates: 82.

7. University of Texas at El Paso

Image Source

UTEP_LogoUniversity of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) was established in 1914 and is based in El Paso, Texas. It offers degrees at the bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral (research/ scholarship and professional) levels. This includes six online bachelor’s programs. All six programs require 120 semester credits for degree completion. The online programs are: (1) BA Criminal Justice; (2) BA Security Studies; (3) BS Health Promotion; (4) BA Media Advertising; (5) BA Organizational and Corporate Communications; (6) Bachelor’s in Multidisciplinary Studies. The Bachelor’s in Multidisciplinary Studies (BMS) is designed for adult professionals who have taken college courses but not completed a degree. This program has 12 focus areas: Communication, Criminal Justice, Educational Technology, Humanities, Information Technology, Legal Studies, Management, Marketing, Physical Science, Political Science, Social Sciences, and Health Services and Promotion. Distance education tools/ resources include online tutoring and the custom UTEPConnect platform.

  • Yearly average net price: $5,433.
  • In-state tuition: $7,259.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $19,159.
  • Graduation rate %: 40.
  • Transfer-out rate %: 29.
  • Student population: 23,079.
  • # undergraduates: 19,817.

6. Peninsula College

Image Source

penninsula_logoPeninsula College (PC) was established in 1961 and is based in Port Angeles, Washington, about 84 miles east and north of Seattle. PC offers certificates, associate’s degrees and bachelor’s degrees. This includes one online bachelor’s program: a degree completion BAS in Applied Management that is designed for specific associate’s degree holders. Online tools/ services/ resources used include Canvas for classes, eTutoring, online library resources, online learning centers and labs.

  • Yearly average net price: $6,028.
  • In-state tuition: $4,191.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $4,591.
  • Graduation rate %: 32.
  • Transfer-out rate %: 14.
  • Student population: 2,342.
  • # undergraduates: 2,342.

5. Daytona State College

Image Source

Daytona_State_College_logoDaytona State College (DSC) was established in 1957 and is based in Daytona Beach, Florida. DSC offers certificates, associate’s degrees and bachelor’s degrees. This includes 11 online bachelor’s programs, one of which has only partial online options: (1) BAS in Supervision and Management; (2) BS in Nursing; (3) BS in Engineering Technology (BSET); (4) BS in Information Technology (BSIT); (5) BS in Education plus six options, for a total of 11 bachelor’s. The latter degree is only partially online for the following six options: (1) Exceptional Education; (2) Secondary Biology Education; (3) Secondary Earth/Space Science Education; (4) Secondary Mathematics Education; (5) Secondary Chemistry Education; (6) Secondary Physics Education. DSC has been offering online education since 1996 and now has nearly 300 courses online. Distance learning tools/ resources include Rubric for online class delivery and the custom FalconNet platform.

  • Yearly average net price: $4,959.
  • In-state tuition: $3,282.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $12,352.
  • Graduation rate %: 33.
  • Transfer-out rate %: 8.
  • Student population: 13,248.
  • # undergraduates: 13,248.

4. Florida Gateway College

Image Source

flgatewayFlorida Gateway College (FGC) was established in 1947 and is based in Lake City, Florida, about 61 miles roughly west of Jacksonville. FGC offers certificates, associate’s degrees and bachelor’s degrees. This includes an online Bachelor of Nursing program. Distance learning resources/ tools include Blackboard and Florida Virtual Campus custom platform.

  • Yearly average net price: $4,973.
  • In-state tuition: $3,100.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $11,747.
  • Graduation rate %: 35.
  • Transfer-out rate %: 10.
  • Student population: 2,912.
  • # undergraduates: 2,912.

3. Hobe Sound Bible College

Image Source

hobe-soundHobe Sound Bible College (HSBC) was established in 1960 and is based in Hobe Sound, Florida, about 25 miles roughly north of West Palm Beach. It offers certificates, associate’s degrees and bachelor’s degrees. Online programs include four BA degrees: (1) BA General Christian Studies (128 credits); (2) BA Ministerial Studies (aka BA General Christian Studies with Ministerial Major; 132 credits); (3) BA Elementary Education (133 credits; Christian-oriented); (4) BA Counseling (132 cr). Distance education tools/ resources used include Moodle and the Hobe Online platform.

  • Yearly average net price: $5,293.
  • In-state tuition: $6,320.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $6,320.
  • Graduation rate %: 56.
  • Transfer-out rate %: n/a.
  • Student population: 251.
  • # undergraduates: 251.

2. Indian River State College

Image Source

Indian_River_State_College_logoIndian River State College (IRSC) was founded in 1959 and is based in Fort Pierce, Florida, about 68 miles roughly north of West Palm Beach. IRSC offers certificates, associate’s degrees and bachelor’s degrees. For online programs, it offers seven bachelor’s degrees through its Virtual Campus: (1) BAS in Organizational Management; (2) BS in Business Administration; (3)
BS in Nursing (BSN); (4) BS in Education/ESE; (5) BS in Public Administration; (6) BS in Information Technology & Cyber Security; (7) BS in Middle School Math. Online resources/ tools include Blackboard (previously Angel).

  • Yearly average net price: $1,547.
  • In-state tuition: $2,764.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $10,201.
  • Graduation rate %: 36.
  • Transfer-out rate %: 9.
  • Student population: 17,665.
  • # undergraduates: 17,665.

1. South Texas College

Image Source

STC-logoSouth Texas College (STC) was established in 1993 and is based in McAllen, Texas, about 240 miles south of San Antonio. It typically offers academic certificate and degree (associate’s, bachelor’s) programs. It offers three online bachelor’s degree programs: (1) BAT (Bachelor of Applied Technology) in CIT (Computer and Information Technology); (2) BAT in Medical and Health Services Management; (3) BAT in Technology Management. Online resources/ tools include Blackboard, online advising and tutoring, and JagNet.

  • Yearly average net price: $1,306.
  • In-state tuition: $3,770.
  • Out-of-state tuition: $4,440.
  • Graduation rate %: 18.
  • Transfer-out rate %: 14.
  • Student population: 30,180.
  • # undergraduates: 30,180.

Display Ranking Badge on Your Site!