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NGU Ranks #2 on List of Best Online Colleges in SC

TheBestColleges.org strives to connect prospective students with the best online degree programs available. This year, they reviewed all accredited online colleges in South Carolina to select nine that offer rewarding degree paths for students seeking a flexible learning environment. NGU stood out as second best in the state with outstanding online degree programs.

Students selecting an online college in South Carolina suited to their needs and interests can be difficult. Best Colleges stays on top of tuition costs, a variety of factors might influence the decision, including whether the school offers synchronous, asynchronous, or hybrid courses.

TheBestColleges.org presents a list of the best online colleges in South Carolina with an overview of each, allowing a student to get an idea of which colleges fulfill their particular requirements and which do not.

For the complete listing of the rankings and to learn more about NGU Online program offerings visit www.ngu.edu/academics.

                          

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