By Dan Schuessler
Thanks to recent developments in technology, homeschool students can not only attend high school online but they can also enroll in online college degree programs.
While online learning has been dominated by for-profit institutions in the past, more and more traditional colleges now offer degree programs online to meet the needs of a more diverse student population. Universities such as Oregon State, University of Illinois, and Penn State are fantastic examples of top institutions with outstanding distance learning.
Affordable Colleges Online provides free higher education tools and information for current and future college students and their families. Although we try to be fair to all accredited colleges, our resource focuses more heavily on the not-for-profit programs. It is critical that students seek out accredited programs to ensure transferability of credits and financial aid eligibility.
Affordable Colleges Online works closely with experts in higher education, financial aid, and other professional areas to produce value-driven resources:
– A series of guidebooks for veterans, students with disabilities, Hispanic students, and other college hopefuls dedicated to quality and affordable higher education.
– An in-depth financial aid section with articles, guides, expert Q&As, and walkthroughs of key processes and forms
– An expert-driven, 20-page guide to online learning success
– A directory of introductory Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) from top universities
You can check out these resources via the following link: http://www.affordablecollegesonline.org
Affordable Colleges Online began in 2011 with the mission to provide strategies and information about pursuing an affordable higher education.