NGU Recognized for Online Learning Excellence
(October 4, 2018) AffordableCollegesOnline.org (ACO), a leader in higher education information, resources, and rankings has recognized North Greenville University for one of the best online programs in the country.
"In our seventh annual survey of online learning programs across the nation, we wanted to honor the colleges and universities that are providing innovative ways for students to complete a degree," said Dan Schuessler, CEO and Founder of AffordableCollegesOnline.org. "These schools are going above and beyond the industry standard to help make online education programs more accessible and affordable."
Only accredited, public, not-for-profit institutions with at least one online program were eligible for these rankings. The primary data points used to identify the best online colleges and programs for 2018 include the following: acceptance rates, cost of tuition, number of full time students, and graduation rates.
For more information about NGU's online degree offerings, visit ngu.edu/academics.
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