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NGU Ranks #5 Best Online College in SC

According to a report from Babson Survey Research Group, enrollment in distance education programs has grown steadily for the past 14 years.  More and more students are choosing online higher education, creating a need for up-to-date information that can help students choose an online college or university that suits their needs and goals.

Online programs are ideal for students who already have full-time jobs and other responsibilities that would make attending class on campus difficult. Distance learning programs allow busy people to prepare for new careers or advance in their current jobs. Online degrees also benefit students who live too far from campus to attend a traditional program. Distance learners save money on transportation, parking, on-campus housing, and other fees.

TheBestSchools.org is a leader in school rankings ó secondary, college & university, postgraduate, specialty, trade, online, and on-campus ó providing millions of prospective students with the information they need to find the right school for them.

Best Schools selected the online colleges and universities based in South Carolina on the quality of their programs, types of courses and degrees offered, faculty strengths, as well as school awards, rankings, and reputation, including a strong reputation for online degree programs.

NGU ranks fifth in the newest ranking for Best Online Schools in SC for 2018. In addition, Best Schools ranked NGU in their 45 Best Online Bachelorís in General Studies Programs earlier this summer.

For more information about NGUís online and traditional degree program offerings, visit www.ngu.edu/academics.  


   

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