Best Online Community Colleges in Oklahoma
Students in Oklahoma can earn an online associate degree or certificate from these nine community colleges. The schools on this list have an average annual tuition of $3,987, so they are all affordable places to get an education. Tulsa Community College, ranked #3, Northern Oklahoma College, ranked #5, Western Oklahoma State College, ranked #7, and Oklahoma City Community College, ranked #9, are especially affordable; they all cost less than $3,500 per year. At Tulsa Community College, students have the greatest number of options. They can pursue one of 26 online associate degrees, such as an AA in Liberal Arts, an AA in Psychology, and an AAS in Child Development.
|# 1||Eastern Oklahoma State College||$4,947||Wilburton|
|# 2||Murray State College||$4,480||Tishomingo|
|# 3||Tulsa Community College||$3,376||Tulsa|
|# 4||Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology||$5,550||Okmulgee|
|# 5||Northern Oklahoma College||$3,030||Tonkawa|
|# 6||Rose State College||$3,854||Midwest City|
|# 7||Western Oklahoma State College||$3,204||Altus|
|# 8||Carl Albert State College||$4,316||Poteau|
|# 9||Oklahoma City Community College||$3,126||Oklahoma City|
2020 Online Community Colleges in Oklahoma - 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.