NGU Ranked Most Affordable Online Christian Institutions
Tigerville SC (February 17, 2017) North Greenville University was recently listed by Great Value Colleges as the sixth most affordable online Christian institution in the nation. The list highlights the increased need for less-expensive online undergraduate degrees, due to both the budgetary and time concerns of the working class.
The 60 Most Affordable Accredited Online Christian Colleges and Universities 2016 included many of the country’s top religious-based centers for academia and the complete, “net cost” to achieve select degrees at each. The total cost to receive an undergraduate diploma from NGU is currently $15,118, while over 30 colleges on the list failed to break the under $20,000 plateau.
With numerous affordable online opportunities to choose from at NGU, there is sure to be an option for anyone hoping to extend their knowledge in the marketplace or command a higher salary.
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