Our website has some new pages.
These pages are for those who want to attend college in Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine and Maryland.
Universities who provide online degrees are posted at these pages. Future students can consider one or two of these institutions.
Most of these degree programs take several years to get through, just like regular campus programs.
Those pages are set up be viewed, right here — KY LA ME and MD.
Did you go to a great school you wish to tell us about?
We have a number of pages on our site, and now we have a couple new ones. Funny how that happens.
We have titled these latest pages IA Colleges and KS Colleges because they are about educational opportunities in the two states of Iowa and Kansas.
These pages have short lists of some affordable schools that you may not have considered.
The degree options offered by these schools varies, so check out each school closely.
Visit these pages if you are considering an education in either of those states.
Tell us if you’ve got any feedback regarding the colleges mentioned there.
We have refreshed our website today with a brand new page.
We have named this new post IN Universities and students in or near Indiana may use this page to check out potential local university and other school options available to them right now.
There is a form on this page that permits folks to take a look at area colleges and the type of degrees they deliver.
These universities could feature options for attending courses online or in a classroom setting.
In case this page sounds beneficial, you could head to it right here.
Have you attended an IN school in the past? Want to make a brief comment about that experience? Go ahead.
There is another new page at our website today.
We have named this new article IL Schools because residents of Illinois might use this page to become familiar with local school options available to them today.
We have provided on this page a brief list of universities and other institutions which supply courses that are optional to typical classroom delivered courses.
Several of the institutions noted at this page deliver college degrees which range from associate’s diplomas all the way to master’s degrees.
If you are curious in this topic, you could continue to that IL page right now.
If you have some comments concerning any local colleges you have attended before, we encourage you to email them to us.
So we have just put up a couple of new pages for this new year.
Each of these pages deal with one particular state and the schools that serve residents in those states.
The two states involved today are Hawaii and Idaho.
Each of these states offers a rather limited number of colleges when compared to some of the other bigger states, but there are still some great options available.
You can check out these pages here:
We’ve got a few new posts now.
FL colleges and GA colleges are what these brand new pages are called. We trust that Florida and Georgia residents might use this page to uncover a little bit more about local school choices and will utilize the links on this page to help pick a few probable schools to think about.
These pages list colleges and private schools that might work out pretty well for you.
Some of the universities outlined deliver complete college degrees which range from associate’s diplomas all the way to graduate degrees.
Those pages are live and ready to be viewed today.
Want to give us a brief overview of your alma mater? Just do it.
We now have several new online education help pages.
These pages are for Connecticut and Delaware education choices.
We have constructed these posts to include an area where visitors can give their name and contact information.
An admission official from a university might then contact them back with details about their program.
Some of these schools are “old-fashioned” campus-based colleges, while others offer online coursework.
Your next career could get on track by beginning the right education. Have a look at these new pages – CT Schools or DE Schools.
Have you ever gone to a local college in the past? Do you want to make a short comment about your experience? We would be curious to hear about it.
We have quite a few pages on OnlineDegreesGuide.com, and now we have a new one.
We have called this new post CO Schools and residents of Colorado might utilize this page to check out possible local college choices available to them right now.
There are a number of colleges that offer various college degrees outlined at this page.
The degree choices offered at these colleges will vary, so you should consider each school closely.
Just check out this new article and maybe you’ll find something interesting. Or don’t, it’s really up to you.
Tell us in case you have any feedback concerning the colleges shown there.
California has a ton of schools.
I remember there was the time when many of the state colleges were practically free to attend in California.
Now schools in the state cost money, and a lot of them cost a lot of money.
Tuition is high at a lot of West Coast universities, but you may still be able to find one that offers the right degree at a price you can afford to pay over time.
Our new page, CA Colleges, has a list of schools you might take a quick look at to see if they could work for your situation.
Most of these schools offer online classes to go along with their campus classroom courses.
Anyway, if you’re interested, take a look and see.
The newest page on our site is about school choices in Arkansas.
Our latest page is for young people who are looking to study at an Arkansas school.
This page makes it possible for visitors who are planning on attending a college in the state to find a program that may fit their needs.
You might know a lot of the schools included at the list at this page, but there might be a few that you don’t.
If an Arkansas school might be in your near future, you should go to this AR page.
If you have some feedback about local schools you might have attended, we encourage you to mail them to us.
Arizona and Alaska residents might be interested in our new posts.
Going to a school in either Arizona or Alaska is what these two new posts are all about.
A few of the schools that offer degree programs to residents of these states are shown on these pages.
A lot of these schools are state-run institutions, although other ones might be non-public schools.
In case you’re curious, you could check those pages out at these links: AZ or AK.
Want to tell us about a decent college that was mistakenly left off the short list?
There is a new page on our website today. We have published our first new page regarding school alternatives in just one state.
This new article is about universities in the Alabama area.
This webpage features a form which allows students to find schools in Alabama that might be ideal for his or her needs.
One of the best ways to decide if a college is suitable for your circumstance is to discuss that college and your situation with an admissions representative from that institution.
You can look at this new page and learn a bit more. Just go here to AL.
Is there another college we need to add to this list?
So the website is going through a big design change right now.
You may see a few odd things for the next week or two.
The new site will work better than the old one.
We will eventually move all of the old content over and blend it with the new content.
Thanks for your patience.