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NGU Among Best in Top 20 Online Colleges in SC

South Carolina is a gorgeous state from beautiful beaches, seafood, and tourist resorts to lovely lakes and mountain trails; big cities to rural country homes and farmlands, there really is just about something for everyone in the state.

While SC and its residents are diverse, so are the options for higher education. There are certainly a large number of colleges to choose from, and fortunately, there are also plenty which offer online options for students who are already leading busy lives but still want to obtain a degree or certificate.

The Online College Plan ranking for online colleges in SC helps inform students as to which schools offer online courses or entire online programs. Whether looking for a private school or public school or are interested in online undergraduate programs or graduate degree programs which can be completed online, this ranking is designed to show the best online schools in South Carolina and how they may be the perfect fit for your needs.

According to the Online College Plan website, sources used in creating this ranking were National Center for Education Statistics, CollegeData, Niche, and college websites.

North Greenville University ranked eighth out of the top 20 colleges and universities listed, the highest ranked among the three SC Baptist institutions. NGU educational programs, both online and traditional, have been recognized for their excellence in educational standards by both online publications and rankings.

Online College Plan was created to assist parents and students alike in learning about all of the options available and how to plan ahead for an online college education. Their research team and writing staff include seasoned educators, parents, and students who are more than happy to provide information and resources to help others navigate the process, which can seem daunting to anyone at first.

Students interested in NGUís online and traditional degree programs should check out the academics page on the universityís website or contact the school, 864.977.7001, admissions@ngu.edu, for more information.

                  

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