2020 Best Online Colleges in Virginia
This list highlights the best online schools in Virginia based on annual tuition rates and reported alumni salaries. The University of Virginia is ranked #1 and offers an annual tuition of $13,260 with a median salary of $103,300. Students can choose from many degree concentrations for its Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies. Norfolk State University offers the most affordable tuition rate at $5,752 each year for degrees such as a Bachelor of Science in Business or a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology.
|Rank||School||Annual Tuition||Mid-Career Salary|
|# 1||University of Virginia||$13,260||$103,300|
|# 2||Hampton University||$9,000||$80,500|
|# 3||Old Dominion University||$10,680||$79,400|
|# 4||Jefferson College of Health Sciences||$7,922||$79,000|
|# 5||Virginia Commonwealth University||$14,596||$75,400|
|# 6||Radford University||$11,350||$71,900|
|# 7||Eastern Mennonite University||$14,940||$69,100|
|# 8||Norfolk State University||$5,752||$62,500|
|# 9||Liberty University||$11,700||$61,900|
|# 10||Averett University||$14,400||$59,000|
|# 11||Virginia Wesleyan University||$12,768||$58,000|
|# 12||Bluefield College||$10,950||$56,500|
|# 13||Mary Baldwin University||$15,180||$56,300|
2020 Online Colleges in Virginia Ranking Details
For each school, we conducted manual research to provide prospective students with more details about the schools' online programs. Explore online degrees offered and accreditation information below.
- The College Grants Database. Accessed September 23, 2019. https://www.collegegrant.net/virginia/.