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NGU Online Receives Top Rankings

SR Education Group, an education research publisher founded in 2004, just released their 2018 Top Online Colleges report. North Greenville University ranked in both the 2018 Top and Most Affordable Online Colleges for Education and Elementary Education.

For the 2018 Top Online Colleges ranking, SR Education Group researched and analyzed accredited online schools across the nation, taking into consideration academic strength factors as well as annual tuition rates. Inclusion on this list shows high academic standards and a commitment to affordability, two key factors important to prospective students. NGU made this ranking at 12th for bachelor's degrees in education, 10th for bachelor's degrees in elementary education, and 9th for master's degrees in elementary education. 

The 2018 Most Affordable ranking represents online schools across the nation that are making an effort to provide economical options for students. SR Education Group manually researched the tuition of every college offering fully online degrees to determine and rank the most affordable choices. NGU made this ranking at 16th for bachelor's degrees in elementary education.

                

 

     

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