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The school offers students the opportunity to earn recognized degrees through its online programs.Online students can pursue bachelor’s programs in interdisciplinary studies and health sciences management.
The organization monitors distance enrollment opportunities at all of its member community colleges, both full programs and individual courses.
Below, you will find our rankings of the best online four-year programs in Virginia.
Our profiles look at how schools approach online education and then list out their services for distance students and their popular, fully online degrees.
A 2012 report conducted by College found that following graduation, “36% of bachelor’s degree graduates are earning a full-time wage and another 13% are enrolled in other higher education programs in Virginia institutions.” The report also went on to say that bachelor’s degree holders in the state make, on average, 67% more than professionals in the state who only hold a high school diploma or GED.
Tuition-wise, the College Board found that, in the ’15-’16 school year, the average in-state tuition and fees for four-year public schools was ,820, while the out-of-state average was ,400.
The state is well positioned for the next decade in higher education.
The NCES estimates that at least 18.6% of students enrolled in Virginia’s Title IV institutions are in fully online programs.Students at 24 of Virginia’s community colleges can readily inquire about and pursue distance courses at their fellow VCCS schools.For prospective students, the VCCS site serves as an excellent directory of available programs and courses throughout the community college system of Virginia.As for the state’s financial aid efforts, the National Association of State Student Grant & Aid Programs (NASSGAP) reported that Virginia awarded 2.2 million in need-based grants and .2 million in non-need grants for the ’13-’14 school year.Grants make up 14.2% of the state’s total fiscal support for higher education.Of those, 67.3% were reported to be undergraduates and 45.2% were found to be living in Virginia, indicating the state does an excellent job of attracting out-of-state distance students.