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How to Start an Online College Degree

Gone are the days where one needs to go to school in order to earn a degree, however with online degree plans offering distance education, how to start an online college degree is a lot more the same as with any traditional degree program.

One of the primary benefits of online degree programs is that you can examine at your own tempo right at the conveniences of your own home.
Many colleges and universities worldwide offer online degrees, however, not all disciplines can be found through distance learning, because there are still a lot of course that require hands-on treatment and also teacher-student interaction.

Be that as it may, there are still plenty of choices to choose from, ranging from connect programs to also doctoral degrees that may be earned through an on the web degree program.
Yet where can one focus on an online degree program?

Just like any other journey or path you might like to go through lifestyle, so is the process of figuring out which type of online level to pursue.

Below are great tips to consider in getting off and away to a good start on selecting the online college degree that will suit ones individual requirements and aspirations.
Firstly, figure out what online degree you want to pursue as well as earn.

One can find hundreds of different online degree programs offered by means of online learning applications that can lead down to even more different profession paths, depending on the university or college offering the online program.

So before starting an internet college degree and, at some point, a career its essential to determine what your interests are and your preferred life-style.
A lot of money and time is at stake with any type of schooling, be it through an online diploma program or traditional schooling, so it is far better to consider all the pros and cons, as well as plan ahead to avoid complications later.

The next thing would then become to look for accredited colleges offering your programs of interest.

Since there are so many online college degree programs offering so many different program varieties, the first thing to do to save time is to look only at the universities that offer the programs of interest.

After looking into the programs provided, make sure to find out if the online degree program is accredited.

Accreditation can be a guarantee that the online college degree program offers quality education honored and respected by employers.

One can use the internet to look for information about universites and colleges offering quality on the web degree programs.

Stick to this up through contacting schools with regard to information on eligibility, along with the online degree details and syllabi, which would assist one weigh choices regarding their potential online degree system.

However, also be ready that having your center set on a certain school does not always guarantee an outright spot on their roster.

Do take note that most on the internet college degree programs have got requirements that must be satisfied before accepting a student to the program.

These web based degree programs will give you relevant information regarding their own course offerings and offer all the information needed to join particular programs.
Lastly, compare the tuition costs for each plan of interest and every additional possible incremental costs.

There are many online degree programs offering degrees which may be very similar in length and nature. However, that does not follow they cost the same.
Thus before making a decision about the school offering the on the web degree program, check around, make the most out of every information available that would help one make a good plan and surely it could save thousands of dollars inside tuition costs.

Thus make it a point to know how to start an online college degree.

Comments: 65

  1. Ethan February 9, 2013 at 12:24 pm Reply

    What schools do you recommend to take for online college?

  2. Galen May 4, 2013 at 6:24 pm Reply

    Im active duty army and I was wanting to start online college courses but dont know what to major in that would give me a better chance to get into one of these agencies…Ive heard a criminal justice or homeland security…What should I do?

  3. Dexter May 30, 2013 at 4:19 am Reply

    I am looking to get started with an online college– I here good things and bad on how the employer would look at it when applying for a job. I want to get into business administration. My first choice would probably be the University of Phoenix. I really don’t want to waste my time, money and energy on something that wont be looked at as a “regular” school. What are your thoughts?

  4. Dominica June 19, 2013 at 7:15 am Reply

    I am going to be starting online college and I choose the Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. What kind of jobs could I get with this degree? THanks

  5. Alene July 3, 2013 at 6:58 pm Reply

    I want to start college soon to own my own day care center, but my husband is in the army so I would want to take online courses, I was considering Kaplan until I learned most jobs don’t consider their degrees credible. So what would be the best online college for me??
    I meant to put what college would be the best for me that provide online courses that I can take while my husband and I move around the country?

  6. Lillie July 15, 2013 at 1:37 am Reply

    I’m starting my senior year of high school next month, and I really need to start deciding on colleges (or universities) and what I plan to do after I graduate. I obviously want to have a degree; I’m planning on getting a Master’s or higher in whatever major I choose (I’m most likely going major in Psychology or Biology; I’ve been considering a double major, as well). The only thing is, I don’t like the idea of college life. Is online college a bad idea for a lower degree? I’m quite ignorant in this area, so if anyone could help me out, I’d really appreciate it. I realize I’ll likely end up enrolling in an actual university, especially for the higher degrees, but online college is much more appealing to me.

    If it helps:

    – I do very well in all my classes now (I’m third in my class, if that gives any perspective), and very rarely need any assistance or tutoring.
    – My average is an A+, and my GPA is 3.99.
    – My SAT score is 1780 (570 in Math, 590 in Critical Reading, and 620 in Writing).
    – I haven’t taken the ACT yet. I’m taking it and the SAT Subject Tests (Biology, History, and one other I haven’t decided yet) the first date I can this year. I’m also going to retake the SAT.
    – I don’t like being around people, and I’m not involved in much in school now.

    Thanks for any help. Ten points to the best, as always.

    ~Erika

  7. Raven July 19, 2013 at 7:59 am Reply

    I have no High School Diploma. Only a GED. What do you think the chances are of finding an online college who will accept me to study for Journalism?

  8. Rene July 27, 2013 at 1:46 am Reply

    I’m looking to begin taking some online college courses to start gaining credits and working towards a degree. But I’m looking to apply as a transfer applicant to schools for the Fall 2009 semester. Will it be possible then, to transfer to an actual college using these credits and courses? Or is this not accepted by colleges as actual credits? Any information would be greatly appreciated.

  9. Paris August 6, 2013 at 1:23 am Reply

    I am wanting to start online college. I have not college degrees at all.

    I am wanting to become a librarian and I want to know what kind of assocaites degree and bachelor’s degree I should get that will lead to a Masters in Library Science degree. ?

    I really do not want to start with an associate degree in something that will be of no use to me later.

  10. Ping August 6, 2013 at 3:31 pm Reply

    i want to attend and online college to get my bachelors degree in psychology and possibly business. What would the best option be?

  11. Albert August 22, 2013 at 6:35 am Reply

    I’m 26, fluent in English and from America. I’m wanting to take college courses only online, and I do not have any college experience yet. I’d really love to study foreign languages, starting with Japanese and would like to choose a second foreign language after it. What are the best online colleges for this major, and do they allow you to have grants and scholarships for online schools? Please help because I am new to all this 🙂 Thanks!

  12. Shena August 31, 2013 at 4:39 am Reply

    I am currently in Iraq but want to start online college courses in either Business Administration or Video Game Design. What are some good schools to look into or what are some good ways to get started. I want to start working on my degree as well as continuing to serve my country.

  13. Lesley October 5, 2013 at 8:46 am Reply

    I’m wanting to start by getting my Associates in Health care Administration. With my crazy work schedule I’m looking at getting another degree but I want to do it online for time management. Does anyone know if there are any online colleges than are cheaper than University of Phoenix?

  14. Orlando October 23, 2013 at 6:21 am Reply

    I want to study business after i graduate from high school next year, but i’m busy and can’t really attend and possibly afford a “real” college, so i’m planning on working most of the time to be able to pay for my online college, though I’ve been looking for good virtual business colleges and i found Ashworth College, it seems that it’s not legit, even though it sounded really great on their website, after doing some research i’ve found a lot of negativity about them, so i would like to browse through more options. i mostly want to take my 2-year/associates degree, so if there’s a legit online business college that provides what i ask for then please give me a list of any good ones you know !
    I need a college that the credits are recognize and do count as legit business college credits, so please help !

  15. Guillermo October 24, 2013 at 5:34 am Reply

    For my entire life, I have been around video games. It’s all I know and love. I live in a small to average size community where there are no video game outlets (GameStop, EB Games, Blockbuster) in the area. We only have Red Box vendors. I want to build the premiere hot spot in video gaming. I dont want to divulge to much as I do have some pretty good ideas. So what college degree do I need to pursue?

  16. Collen October 28, 2013 at 5:18 pm Reply

    I travel alot but I am also interested in this career. I want to find an online college that is not a rip-off and has a good reputation.

    Only helpful responses please.

  17. Tessie October 28, 2013 at 7:50 pm Reply

    and what online colleges offer these degree also how much roughly would it cost
    Thank you.

  18. Chana November 26, 2013 at 4:20 am Reply

    I need help trying to find the best online college for a computer science degree. I don’t want to go to a ground college. I want to be able to do everything completely online. I’ve been looking around, but I keep hearing that for profit colleges like DeVry, Everest, and Pheonix are not the way to go. Please give me your feedback and your own experiences as a computer programmer. Thank you.

  19. Gwyneth November 28, 2013 at 11:23 am Reply

    I am a current college student at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, but want to start taking online classes because of an upcoming problem. i have one year of college complete. I’m attaining a marketing degree.

  20. Delma December 3, 2013 at 2:07 pm Reply

    Would it be possible for me to take my freshman year of college online and then take my next three years at a local state college? I want to eventually become a lawyer. Would the online college decrease my likelihood of achieving that goal?

  21. Quinn December 23, 2013 at 5:47 am Reply

    I would prefer an online college that offers a contemporary college math or a statistics course for the associate of arts degree.

  22. Isiah January 1, 2014 at 6:02 am Reply

    I recently took on a vocational program to become a surgical technologist and when I start working I’m going to have little or no time to go back to the university. So I’m going to opt for studying online.

    I’ve looked all over and only found associates degrees in health administration which is not what I want to do.

    I’m becoming a surgical tech to decide what branch of medicine or nursing I want to work in. But so far everything is about administration and the RN programs that are offered require an RN certification and an associates degree. I feel like I’m stuck! I left the university with only two semesters under my belt so I’m still technically a freshman. I need an associates degree and online college doesn’t look that varied. Has anyone found an online associates degree program relating to healthcare?

  23. Rodger January 17, 2014 at 2:16 am Reply

    I am a sophomore in high school, home-schooled, and i maintain mostly A’s and a few B’s… And i am also completely committed to learning about psychology. I’m a little impatient to get started, is it possible to take online college classes while already enrolled in high school? Or perhaps preperation courses on psychology for highschoolers? (There are no psychology courses that i know of from my high school) If it will cost money, i’m willing to work.

    Guidance please?

  24. Elfrieda January 26, 2014 at 10:27 am Reply

    Is that similar to online and social media advertising?
    I want to start my own business; I always have these ideas and future inventions. I plan on starting my business whether I gain some educational experience. There are many successful entrepreneurs without business college degrees.
    I thought majoring in business would be useless because I can start my own business without, and I saw some articles suggesting a business degree was useless. But I also have learned that in this economy, a business degree isn’t a bad thing. Would a masters degree be even better? Also, I can experience is a great thing too.
    I was thinking about becoming a double major just in case business doesn’t work out.

  25. Seymour January 30, 2014 at 6:00 pm Reply

    are the for real? if so which ones? also can you get a good job by getting your degree online? im a stay at home mom of 4 who would love to further my education for when i rejoin the work force!

  26. Kasha February 2, 2014 at 3:33 am Reply

    How is the best way to find a online college that offers aid in payment I live with my husband and he is the only one working right now.And can’t pay for it right now and I want to go before I get to old websites would be great.

  27. Gregory February 2, 2014 at 10:02 am Reply

    I just want a few classes to get started, and my husband has a start but just wants to finish school. He would probably do something in engineering but I’m into english/writing/liberal arts.
    Are there any legit places to help us out? I would be most comfortable taking an online version of a brick and mortar class…but cant find much around here. Thanks in advance.
    I know to avoid phoenix, my sister fell for it and i almost gave it a chance. I’m not looking for a whole degree for the arts and writing, just a start. I’m a stay at home mom, I know -where- I want to go for college, but cant for another year or two, so I was thinking of getting started with general match, science etc. if I could.
    Roaring:
    UNL was my first choice, but they only offer bits and pieces and while I am still considering them, the representative I spoke with wasn’t sure they would be a good choice for me.

  28. Toby February 19, 2014 at 11:09 am Reply

    Im trying to get a degree in computer systems or in accounting/business management . I want to start working in a job where I can earn more so I can support my family. Right now I have a full time job but I dont earn much. I know that even getting an associate degree can take more than two years if you are not a full time student. Thats my situation, should I go online? Are the chances of employment the same as to on campus college?
    Has anyone landed on a good job with an online degree?

  29. Esperanza February 21, 2014 at 5:05 am Reply

    Can anyone recommend a good decent online college for an assoc. degree in health care management?

  30. Paris February 21, 2014 at 10:21 pm Reply

    will the degree college admission start today on 26th or after the marksheets have been distrubuted on 31st of May.

  31. Lavon February 21, 2014 at 10:40 pm Reply

    I was thinking about not starting college until I’m 19. So I wanted to give my self time enough to think about what I wanted to do. If I wanted to major in fashion or English, or if I wanted to join the navy before I go to college. But than I was thinking ( if I didn’t join the military) if I could do one year maybe of online college, so I can work, explore or think about what I want to major in… W/O getting up to go to class and etc. when I could just take class with me on my laptop. And then do the rest of my college years by going to school on. Campus. If that’s possible. So um in conclusion my question is.

    Can I go to online college for a while but than transfer to campus college? And will I have to pay tuitions for both.

  32. Aron February 21, 2014 at 11:51 pm Reply

    I would like to attend online classes to get a psych degree, I found one that I thought was good, but when i mentioned the name of the school, i got a bunch of horror stories about how they stuck ppl w/paying for student loans by saying that they never attended the online classes. I was wondering if anyone has had good experiences with online classes, and if so, which ones?

  33. Herman February 22, 2014 at 3:09 am Reply

    what is the age limit to start enrolling in an online college? please provide sources

  34. Alessandra February 22, 2014 at 3:40 am Reply

    for some personal reasons i am looking to join an online college
    i’ve been to elearners.com but just got more confused there. i am looking to study Martial Counseling. My GPA isn’t the best though. Can someone give me some links to different sites where i can find out more about online colleges, and if someone could help me a lot can you e-mail me and kind of lead me to the right way

    jking_emotionless@yahoo.com

  35. Hung February 22, 2014 at 3:48 am Reply

    I am wanting to go back to school for a master’s degree (I have already obtained my B.A. in Psychology) and am wondering if anyone had thoughts on online degree programs. I’m not sure if I would be getting as good of an education or if it looks as good to employers. Any personal experiences, suggestions, or thoughts?
    My B.A. was not earned from an online program (if that is not clear enough) so this online stuff is completely new

  36. Dayle February 22, 2014 at 4:08 am Reply

    I don’t know anything about it, but I’m tired of putting college off. I need to go but I’m not sure which is the best, or how you pay for i. What about the University of Phoenix? They keep sending me info. Can you get scholarships????? please help me out.

  37. Willard February 22, 2014 at 4:08 am Reply

    I’ve been wanting to go back to school and finish my degree, but with a full time job and a family it’s hard.
    Is it worth looking into an online degree? I’d like to get a bachelors degree in business in order to be eligible for a management position at my company (or similar company). I had taken almost 2 years at a brick and mortar college, however my credits have expired (it’s been 11 years) so I’ll need to start from scratch.
    So is it a good idea to look into an online college or just wait for the right time to return to regular college? I’d rather not waste my time and money for a “worthless” education.
    I would like to keep the door open for a masters degree as well.
    I currently am an advertising executive with a mid-sized company in the northeast. My current position does normally require a degree, but with my 2 years college and 10 years experience I was given the job, but I don’t think I’d be given a promotion without the degree.

  38. Candie February 22, 2014 at 6:32 am Reply

    Are the degrees earned from online colleges worth it? Do they really help you while applying for job?

  39. Hipolito February 22, 2014 at 8:27 am Reply

    hi there, I am thinking to start sudying online for an online bachlores degree in economy.I am just not sure if I can trust so many universities and colleges whom offer degress online! They all state they have been credited by multiple goverment organizations.Which one should I trust? If I have an online degree is it going to have the same significance as any degree not taken online? Any suggestions for a good reputable college or university that offers an online degree in economy. Thanks a lot.

  40. Waylon February 22, 2014 at 8:28 am Reply

    I want to start college. I prefer online but I need to know what I should do about remedial classes. I know I need them. I need them bad. I was a stupid kid for not doing my school work and now I am reaping the benefits. I’ve got my GED and not I was a degree. I need to know what online college would be best and will remedial class be a good idea or will it be a better idea to find some way or somewhere to get the education prior to college?

  41. Norberto February 25, 2014 at 12:55 pm Reply

    Are online degrees just as good a regular college degrees? Can you find acredited online colleges, if so what are good courses of study for degrees earned online?

  42. Gregg February 25, 2014 at 1:10 pm Reply

    i got to university of pheonix. i was just wondering would an employer be less likely to hire me because i went to school online? i really think online college is more hard because you have to teach yourself alot. unfortunately i have to attend school online because of work. i am in college to become a school teacher

  43. Blaine February 25, 2014 at 1:10 pm Reply

    i would like to study a online short term degree course in webdesigning. i am in cincinnati, USA. Is that worth learning a computer course thru online ? i have done a bachelors degree in computers earlier. how good are online degree in terms of getting a job . appreciate if anyone could help me on this.

  44. Mario March 3, 2014 at 10:41 pm Reply

    Can a high school graduate get a BS degree online?

  45. Scarlett March 5, 2014 at 9:15 pm Reply

    i would like to know which online colleges are the best and how you go about getting financial aid.. basically i need all the information anyone has on online colleges to sum it all up.. thanks

  46. Bradly March 12, 2014 at 10:07 pm Reply

    I am a stay at home mom and I want to get back into the work field, but I don’t want just another little job I want to make a career out of it. I have two kids who aren’t in school yet, well not full time anyway, and on one income I cannot afford to send them to daycare while I spend money to go to school. I was interested in medical billing since their are a lot of Dr’s offices and such in my area, but I really have no clue how to choose the right online college. Also I want to make sure the school I choose is legit and not something fake that I am wasting my money on. Any advice is appreciated!!

  47. Doris March 12, 2014 at 10:08 pm Reply

    I’ll be starting online college through Grand Canyon University on the 28th of this month…
    I plan on achieving a bachelors degree in Elementary Education: Early Childhood Education.
    My lifelong goal is to open my own daycare, but I’m taking baby steps toward that goal.
    I’m scared I won’t be able to provide enough for my new family. I just had a baby last month, that’s why I’m doing online courses. (To stay home with my new daughter.)
    Do employers look down on online degrees? Or would they treat me the same as if I got the degree from a campus college?

  48. Ngoc March 12, 2014 at 10:09 pm Reply

    I took the semester off of college because my husband is a Marine & I expected us to be moving this April. Well, if people are familiar with the military, they say 1 thing & do another. Anyway we should be moving within the next year to go to his permanant duty station. I’m not sure exactly when or where. All we know now is within the next year & more than likely CA or NC. I don’t want to start school again & have to drop my classes & move. I was thinking about colleges online. That way it can go with me where ever I go and it would be really convenient. I’m undecided about my career. I know it’s the medical field though. I’m choosing between RN, Pharmacy or Physical Therapist. I want to take my basics such as math, science, psych, english for now. Then when we get where we are going, I will start a regular college where I can do my clinicals or hands-on classes I need to take. Does anybody know where I can find a decent online college/university?

  49. Micaela March 14, 2014 at 4:02 am Reply

    i live in sc an di want to study Computer Systems Technician
    first , is this the right subject , cuz i want to repair computer and fix them
    2- im thinking about do it online , am i able 2 , and if yes ,where i can start , or which colleges i go to ?
    i know nothing about online degree , so please help ,e-mail me if you have question ,or more details

  50. Vernon March 14, 2014 at 4:03 am Reply

    I am thinking about continuing education online. I want to get my bachelor’s degree in nursing. Of course, they sound fairly easy to deal with. Does anyone who has done this have advice??
    I am an LVN now and want to continue.

  51. Marcia March 14, 2014 at 4:09 am Reply

    Hi!! =] Can anyone give me information on going to college online?? i dont want to go to those colleges that are always on commercial on tv. I want to go to an actuall college but i want to do it online so that i can train to become a proffesional wrestler and maintain a job all at the same time. i still have 3 years to get everything straightend out. So can someone tell me information on going to colleges online??

    Like can i still get a scholorship?? And many other things…. lol i need the 411 i have no clue about it!! =]

    -thanks!! =]

  52. Morgan April 24, 2014 at 8:15 am Reply

    I graduated from High School in 2010 and I want to start taking photography college classes and since the colleges around my area don’t have the classes I need I want to take online classes because at the Moment I cant go out of the county that I am in. So Can anyone help me with signing up or taking online classes for photography I am mostly into portrait and forensic photography.

    Thank You VERY much(:

  53. Frederic May 22, 2014 at 5:50 am Reply

    I am 17 years old, and recently obtained my GED. I’m very interested in obtaining an associates in Computer Science. I know there are several online programs that I can get join in order to do this, but I am confused thus far. Where do I start? How do I apply, and how do I receive financial aid for these programs? Can anyone tell me what I need to do first?

    Thank you in advance!

  54. Ai May 22, 2014 at 6:47 am Reply

    I’m wanting to either be a case manager or CPS. I don’t know what online colleges are good for me. And I don’t know where to begin to be honest. I want some opinions from people who went to online college, and now have a job.

  55. Bula May 28, 2014 at 1:00 pm Reply

    I want to do an online schooling to get a college degree. I don’t have time to go to college and work and spend time with my husband and daughter. So I’ve chose to do online schooling which school have you used and were actually able to get a job using that degree. There are soo many out there that say you can and then when it comes down to it a lot of companies dont take them. So i was wondering which ones the better one to try. Thank you soo much for your answers:)

  56. Chang May 28, 2014 at 4:49 pm Reply

    How do I get started? I want a college degree in Medical Billing and Claims/Coding. I financially cannot afford even small payments. What do I do? Can I still get a degree or certification? HELP!

  57. Willetta May 30, 2014 at 11:33 am Reply

    I am 26 yrs old and really want to get a college degree. I really dont even know where to start or what I want to do. I am thinking I want to study law, but I just dont know what to do. Anyone have experience with online college degrees?

  58. Marcelina June 2, 2014 at 1:01 am Reply

    I’m three years out of high school, and I spent the first two and a half years at community college. I focused mostly on English, but toward the end, I thought I wanted to go into Applied Behavioral Science. I transferred to a state school in January but dropped out after a few days because my schedule got screwed up. I decided to take the semester off, and I’m beginning to prepare to go back in the Fall. For a little bit I thought I wanted to go to school for graphic design, but I realized that I would have to basically start all over again and most of the past three years would count for nothing. So right now I am thinking I want to stick to English. I’m not positive where I want to go to school, but I just started a new full-time job. Are there any reputable online schools that I could get a respectable English degree from?

  59. Samatha June 2, 2014 at 11:40 am Reply

    I am a mother of 5 girls- the oldest just finished her first year at college and the youngest will be starting kindergarten in the fall. I have a BA and am considering going back to school to finish my masters and getting a teaching certificate.

    I have been looking into online schools and am wondering if anyone has had any experience with this? Did you feel you were missing out by not being in a classroom setting? Are online degrees as respected as traditional college degrees? Is there any advice you can give me based on your experience?
    Thanks!

  60. Floretta June 3, 2014 at 12:03 am Reply

    I’m starting college in the fall. I’m going to a community college for the first two years and I’m thinking that I might want to do the last two years online. Would this be a good idea? I think by doing this, I could save money. Also, I could work while doing online school too. I know I have the drive and motivation to do it. Is online school worth it or is it a bad idea?

  61. Kori June 3, 2014 at 7:04 am Reply

    Is it now, or will it soon be possible to earn a college degree online without spending any money?

    MIT is starting a new program for free online college courses, but it appears to be limited to certificates, not degrees.

    I think Harvard University has something similar.

    Could this possibly evolve into a totally free college education?
    **** But as everyone should know you get what you pay for…
    That says a lot about the value of free public schools.

  62. Cortney June 6, 2014 at 11:25 pm Reply

    Hello, I am wondering if you need a college degree to start your own gaming website. Like Roblox, or runescape or miniclip. I am 14 and starting to make one. I want to know tho, if I can without having a college degree to make one. If I do what type of college degree do I need.

    Also, I have a question. Do I need a college degree to fix and build computers?

  63. Ethan June 7, 2014 at 1:14 pm Reply

    I live in florida, this is my first time in college, and I am accepted in one of the community colleges nearby, almost all of the classes are full and what I really want to take classes online. I was wondering if I can apply to an online school and not ever have to go to the school? are their any requirements such as previous college credits to be able to go to an online college? I never took act/sat but i took the college placement test, can I use these scores in place of the act/sat for online college??? Thanks!

  64. Mario June 19, 2014 at 8:01 pm Reply

    I’ve recently started wanting to do some online college classes but i’ve heard many things about the subject

    How do i avoid bad colleges?
    Could you guys list me some good online colleges,(That’s in the U.S and Have higher success rates in students and Have Accreditation)

    Also Could i pay for online tuition with my pell grant ?

  65. Raven June 21, 2014 at 8:51 am Reply

    Im starting this new semester at our local community college as a full time student (4 classes), but I was also wondering if I could take an online course (Phoenix university, devry university, etc..) at the same time as my normal schooling?

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