List of Online Colleges by State

By OnlineU Staff | Updated April 9, 2020

Use this comprehensive list to find schools in your state that offer online classes and degrees. There are 608 campuses with distance education programs. Enrolling in an online school in your state can provide benefits such as in-state and discounted tuition, name recognition with local employers, and having full access to campus facilities. Simply select a state to view online schools near you.

For each state, you will find complete school listings, including annual tuition, recommend rate, and locations for each school. Additionally, we include highlights such as the school with the lowest tuition and local scholarship programs. Our full methodology for data collection can be viewed here.

Alabama

The average tuition of Alabama's 15 best online colleges is $12,770. The most affordable school is Athens State University, which charges $7,626 per year in annual tuition. The best value school in Alabama is Auburn University, where tuition is $10,526 per year. Alabama participates in the Academic Common Market, which offers students in other southern US states access to Alabama degree programs at resident tuition rates.1 The Academic Common Market offers a searchable inventory of approved programs offered by schools in member states, including Alabama.2 The Southern Regional Education Board’s Electronic Campus is a website dedicated to matching students with online courses or programs to work towards educational or professional development.3

Alaska

At $20,218, University of Alaska Fairbanks is an affordable option for distance learning students in Alaska. Students in 15 western US states can enroll in Alaska online programs at reduced rates through the Western Undergraduate Exchange, the Professional Student Exchange Program, and the Western Regional Graduate Program.4 Alaska students who graduate in the top ten percent of their high school class receive the UA Scholars Award, a $12,000 scholarship that can be used to attend any of the 15 University of Alaska System campuses.5

Arizona

The average tuition of Arizona's 4 best online colleges is $16,550. The most affordable school is Arizona Christian University, which charges $10,200 per year in annual tuition. The best value school in Arizona is Arizona State University, where tuition is $10,710 per year. Distance education students from 16 other Western region states can benefit from reduced rates at participating Arizona programs through a regional student exchange agreement.6 The Arizona Shared Unique Number System helps students identify courses that will be easily transferable to other colleges and universities in the state.7

Arkansas

The average tuition of Arkansas's 13 best online colleges is $9,242. The most affordable school is University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, which charges $4,500 per year in annual tuition. The best value school in Arkansas is University of Arkansas, where tuition is $6,159 per year. Arkansas residents can use the state’s YOUniversal Scholarship Management System to search and apply for college scholarships.8 Residents of 15 southern US states can enroll in certain Arkansas degree programs at reduced tuition rates through the Southern Regional Education Board’s Academic Common Market and Electronic Campus.9

California

The average tuition of California's 25 best online colleges is $15,023. The most affordable school is California State University-Stanislaus, which charges $5,742 per year in annual tuition. The best value school in California is Golden Gate University, where tuition is $20,460 per year. California is one of 16 states that belong to the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE). Students who live in a WICHE member state can use the student exchange programs to find a program and request a tuition rate no more than 150 percent higher than the California resident rate.10 The Cal Grant program awards offer need- and merit-based grants to California high school seniors, graduates, and community college students.11 The California Dream Act grants resident status to students who are undocumented immigrants, enabling them to qualify for resident tuition at California schools and access state grants and scholarships.12

Colorado

The average tuition of Colorado's 9 best online colleges is $13,825. The most affordable school is Metropolitan State University of Denver, which charges $10,056 per year in annual tuition. The best value school in Colorado is University of Colorado Boulder, where tuition is $10,728 per year. Colorado participates in the Western Interstate Student Exchange Programs, which connect students in 16 western US states with reduced tuition rates in programs within the region.13 Over 30 Colorado colleges and universities are approved by SARA (State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement), a nationwide system that evaluates the quality of online degree programs and facilitates interstate educational requirements.14

Connecticut

The average tuition of Connecticut's 6 best online colleges is $15,677. The most affordable school is Southern Connecticut State University, which charges $5,924 per year in annual tuition. The best value school in Connecticut is University of New Haven, where tuition is $20,150 per year. Residents of Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont can enroll in certain Connecticut degree programs at a discount through the New England Regional Student Program.15 Tuition waivers may be granted to eligible veterans, active members of the Connecticut Army and Air National Guard, and certain dependents at Connecticut state colleges and universities.16

Delaware

The average tuition of Delaware's 3 best online colleges is $12,640. The most affordable school is Delaware State University, which charges $10,590 per year in annual tuition. The best value school in Delaware is University of Delaware, where tuition is $15,900 per year. Delaware participates in the Academic Common Market, which connects students in the 17 states of the Southern Regional Education Board with reduced-tuition college programs.17 College graduates who work in one of Delaware’s designated health professional shortage areas may qualify for the Delaware State Loan Repayment Program.18

Florida

The average tuition of Florida's 25 best online colleges is $10,864. The most affordable school is Florida SouthWestern State College, which charges $2,753 per year in annual tuition. The best value school in Florida is Florida Institute of Technology, where tuition is $15,428 per year. Residents of 15 states in the Southern Regional Education Board can enroll in Florida online programs at in-state tuition rate through the Academic Common Market/Electronic Campus Program.19 Florida offers need-based, merit-based, minority, and incentive college grants through the First Generation Matching Grant Program, the Florida Student Assistance Grant Program, and the Florida Work Experience Program, amongst others.20

Georgia

The average tuition of Georgia's 25 best online colleges is $9,589. The most affordable school is College of Coastal Georgia, which charges $3,204 per year in annual tuition. The best value school in Georgia is University of Georgia, where tuition is $9,790 per year. Students in 15 southern regional states may qualify for Georgia resident tuition rates at participating schools through the Academic Common Market.21 The GAfutures organization offers financial aid, career planning, college planning, transfer student planning, and online portfolio resources for Georgia students.20

Hawaii

The average tuition of Hawaii's 3 best online colleges is $19,210. The most affordable school is University of Hawaii at Manoa, which charges $14,130 per year in annual tuition. The best value school in Hawaii is Hawai'i Pacific University, where tuition is $27,000 per year. Hawaii participates in the Western Undergraduate Exchange, the Western Regional Graduate Program, and the Professional Student Exchange Program, which connect distance education students in 15 western states with reduced tuition.23 Native Hawaiian students qualify for scholarships from the Office of Hawaiian Affairs, which publish information about other college resources for Native Hawaiian students.24

Idaho

The average tuition of Idaho's 4 best online colleges is $8,152. The most affordable school is Lewis-Clark State College, which charges $6,982 per year in annual tuition. The best value school in Idaho is University of Idaho, where tuition is $8,304 per year. Idaho belongs to the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education, which connects residents of 15 member states to reduced-tuition college programs through its Western Undergraduate Exchange, Western Regional Graduate Program, and Professional Student Exchange Program.25 Six Idaho institutions are approved by SARA, a national reciprocity agreement that approves online programs based on their academic standards, student support, and faculty quality.26

Illinois

The average tuition of Illinois's 25 best online colleges is $17,623. The most affordable school is Western Illinois University, which charges $8,883 per year in annual tuition. The best value school in Illinois is University of Illinois Urbana - Champaign, where tuition is $12,270 per year. Illinois participates in the Midwest Student Exchange with 8 other states. Students from partner states only have to pay up to 150% of the resident tuition at participating state colleges. Private schools offer 10% off regular tuition.27 Illinois also offers occupation-specific scholarships such as the Golden Apple Scholars of Illinois scholarship for future educators and the Nursing Education Scholarship Program.28

Indiana

The average tuition of Indiana's 24 best online colleges is $13,449. The most affordable school is Western Governors University, which charges $6,450 per year in annual tuition. The best value school in Indiana is Indiana University - Bloomington, where tuition is $6,726 per year. The Midwest College Exchange Program offers reduced tuition rates to regional students for specific programs, at a maximum of 150% of the in-state resident tuition rate at public institutions and a 10% reduction at private institutions.29 37 Indiana schools are approved by SARA, which sets national standards for online education based on academic rigor, faculty quality and support, online student support, and academic integrity.30

Iowa

The average tuition of Iowa's 15 best online colleges is $15,402. The most affordable school is Northwestern College - IA, which charges $5,025 per year in annual tuition. The best value school in Iowa is Maharishi International University, where tuition is $16,000 per year. Iowa Tuition Grants are available on a need-basis to undergraduate state residents enrolled in Iowa’s eligible private colleges or universities. Applicants with greatest financial need hold highest priority.31 The Kibbie Grant provides half of the average Iowa community college tuition for up to two years of study to Iowa residents enrolled in specific career or technical education programs.32

Kansas

The average tuition of Kansas's 16 best online colleges is $15,483. The most affordable school is Emporia State University, which charges $6,204 per year in annual tuition. The best value school in Kansas is University of Kansas, where tuition is $11,916 per year. The Kansas Board of Regents offers college scholarships to Kansas resident undergraduates, nursing students, military service members, teaching students, career technical students, and students who are members of an ethnic minority.33 The University of Kansas offers in-state tuition rates to undocumented immigrants, and tuition fee waivers to current or former military personnel as well as senior citizens.34

Kentucky

The average tuition of Kentucky's 17 best online colleges is $13,466. The most affordable school is University of the Cumberlands, which charges $6,368 per year in annual tuition. The best value school in Kentucky is University of Kentucky, where tuition is $17,100 per year. Kentucky belongs to the Academic Common Market, a program that allows residents of the 15 Southern member states in-state tuition rates at all participating schools.35 The Kentucky Educational Excellence Scholarship (KEES) is a merit-based program that awards students funds for college based on their academic performance in high school.36

Louisiana

The average tuition of Louisiana's 11 best online colleges is $11,283. The most affordable school is Louisiana Tech University, which charges $6,890 per year in annual tuition. The best value school in Louisiana is Louisiana Tech University, where tuition is $6,890 per year. Louisiana schools offer resident tuition rates to 14 Southern member states through the Academic Common Market.37 Members of the Louisiana National Guard can get 100% of their tuition fees waived at Louisiana State institutions of higher learning through the State Tuition Exemption Program (STEP).38

Maine

The average tuition of Maine's 7 best online colleges is $8,636. The most affordable school is University of Maine at Presque Isle, which charges $7,170 per year in annual tuition. The best value school in Maine is Auburn University at Montgomery, where tuition is $11,190 per year. Maine students benefit from discounted tuition rates at programs offered by public colleges and universities in six New England states through the NE Board of Higher Education’s Tuition Break program.39 Online learning opportunities at the University of Maine can be found through Learn.Maine.Edu.40

Maryland

The average tuition of Maryland's 7 best online colleges is $8,375. The most affordable school is Coppin State University, which charges $4,648 per year in annual tuition. The best value school in Maryland is University of Maryland Global Campus, where tuition is $9,000 per year. Residents of 15 Southeastern states qualify for in-state tuition at participating Maryland programs.41 Maryland state tuition waivers and reductions are offered for disabled students, students formerly in foster care, nursing and social work students, veterans, and members of the Maryland National Guard.42

Massachusetts

The average tuition of Massachusetts's 20 best online colleges is $14,708. The most affordable school is Framingham State University, which charges $7,540 per year in annual tuition. The best value school in Massachusetts is Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, where tuition is $13,795 per year. Massachusetts residents who demonstrate financial need may qualify for the state’s Need Based Tuition Waiver Program, scholarships, loans, and post-grad tuition reimbursement.43 Residents of the 6 New England states can enroll in Massachusetts degree programs at a discount through the New England Regional Student Program.44

Michigan

The average tuition of Michigan's 17 best online colleges is $16,699. The most affordable school is Oakland University, which charges $9,995 per year in annual tuition. The best value school in Michigan is University of Michigan - Ann Arbor, where tuition is $12,738 per year. Students in nine Midwestern US states can access reduced-tuition degree programs in Michigan through the Midwest Student Exchange.45 Native American Michigan residents enrolled at one of Michigan's public colleges or universities can apply for a full tuition waiver.46

Minnesota

The average tuition of Minnesota's 18 best online colleges is $11,993. The most affordable school is St. Catherine University, which charges $6,675 per year in annual tuition. The best value school in Minnesota is University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, where tuition is $13,318 per year. Online degrees can be browsed at 31 public colleges and universities through the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities website.47 Minnesota students can apply for state financial aid through programs such as the Minnesota State Grant, the Child Care Grant, the Minnesota Academic Excellence Scholarship, and the Alliss Opportunity Grant.48

Mississippi

The average tuition of Mississippi's 8 best online colleges is $10,989. The most affordable school is Mississippi University for Women, which charges $7,424 per year in annual tuition. The best value school in Mississippi is Mississippi State University, where tuition is $11,369 per year. Online bachelor’s, master’s, or doctoral degrees at Mississippi state universities can be found through the Mississippi Public Universities website.49 RiseUp! Mississippi helps students access information about careers, colleges, and financial aid, including the Mississippi Tuition Assistance Grant.50

Missouri

The average tuition of Missouri's 25 best online colleges is $14,213. The most affordable school is Western Governors University, which charges $6,450 per year in annual tuition. The best value school in Missouri is Washington University in St. Louis, where tuition is $54,250 per year. Missouri's A+ Scholarship Program grants eligible graduates of designated "A+" Missouri high schools scholarship funds to a participating community college or technical school.51 Missouri grants need- and merit-based grants, such as Access Missouri grants and the Bright Flight Program scholarships respectively.52

Montana

The average tuition of Montana's 5 best online colleges is $12,771. The most affordable school is Montana State University-Northern, which charges $6,613 per year in annual tuition. The best value school in Montana is Montana Technological University, where tuition is $11,413 per year. Montana online programs are available to residents of 15 western states at discounted tuition rates.53 Eight Montana schools are approved by SARA, a national reciprocity agreement that approves online programs based on standards of academic rigor.54

Nebraska

The average tuition of Nebraska's 11 best online colleges is $13,322. The most affordable school is University of Nebraska at Kearney, which charges $7,830 per year in annual tuition. The best value school in Nebraska is University of Nebraska at Omaha, where tuition is $8,550 per year. Participating Nebraska schools offer tuition discounts to residents of eight other midwestern states through the Midwest Student Exchange Program.55 Twenty Nebraska colleges and universities are approved by SARA, a nationwide state authorization reciprocity agreement for online education.56

Nevada

The average tuition of Nevada's 4 best online colleges is $9,830. The most affordable school is University of Nevada at Las Vegas, which charges $6,990 per year in annual tuition. The best value school in Nevada is University of Nevada - Reno, where tuition is $7,300 per year. Eight Nevada colleges and universities have been approved by SARA, a nationwide reciprocity e-learning agreement.57 Select Nevada programs can be accessed at reduced rates by residents of 14 other western states through the Western Undergraduate Exchange, the Western Regional Graduate Program, and the Professional Student Exchange Program.58

New Hampshire

The average tuition of New Hampshire's 6 best online colleges is $9,775. The most affordable school is Rivier University, which charges $6,480 per year in annual tuition. The best value school in New Hampshire is New England College, where tuition is $12,150 per year. New Hampshire degree programs are available at a discounted tuition rate for residents of 5 other New England states through the New England Regional Program.59 New Hampshire’s community colleges accept “EasyTransfer” online credits from any other state community college.60

New Jersey

The average tuition of New Jersey's 13 best online colleges is $18,448. The most affordable school is Thomas Edison State University, which charges $9,856 per year in annual tuition. The best value school in New Jersey is Rutgers University, where tuition is $19,200 per year. New Jersey offers tuition resources for unemployed and underemployed workers, veterans, minorities, women and youth, including tuition waiver and reemployment programs.61 New Jersey National Guard members can waive tuition fees at New Jersey public colleges and universities.62

New Mexico

The average tuition of New Mexico's 6 best online colleges is $9,635. The most affordable school is Eastern New Mexico University-Main Campus, which charges $4,995 per year in annual tuition. The best value school in New Mexico is New Mexico State University, where tuition is $11,073 per year. New Mexico schools offer tuition discounts to residents of other western states through regional student exchange programs.63 New Mexico offers “loan for service” programs, scholarships, and grants to high-achieving students, minority students, Vietnam veterans, students with financial need, and students in health and education.64

New York

The average tuition of New York's 25 best online colleges is $16,706. The most affordable school is CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justice, which charges $6,930 per year in annual tuition. The best value school in New York is New York University, where tuition is $26,654 per year. New York’s Tuition Assistance Program (TAP) awards grants of up to $5,165 per year to eligible residents, including an Aid for Part-Time Study program for up to $2,000.65 Military veterans, active members, and their children can access state grants and scholarships like the Veterans Tuition Awards, the Military Service and Recognition Scholarship, and the NYS Regents Awards for Children of Deceased and Disabled Veterans.66

North Carolina

The average tuition of North Carolina's 18 best online colleges is $9,954. The most affordable school is Western Carolina University, which charges $1,616 per year in annual tuition. The best value school in North Carolina is North Carolina State University, where tuition is $5,525 per year. In-state tuition rates are available to residents of the 15 states participating in the Southern Regional Education Board’s Academic Common Market.67 The College Foundation of North Carolina website provides information on state grants and scholarships based on need, merit, minority-status and profession of study, such as teaching.68

North Dakota

The average tuition of North Dakota's 8 best online colleges is $9,709. The most affordable school is Minot State University, which charges $6,087 per year in annual tuition. The best value school in North Dakota is Bismarck State College, where tuition is $6,498 per year. Thirteen North Dakota colleges and universities are approved by SARA, a nationwide program that verifies the distance learning quality and facilitates interstate educational requirements.69 North Dakota offers need-based college grants and scholarships for students in technical education programs, STEM occupations, future teachers, and North Dakota Indian tribes members.70

Ohio

The average tuition of Ohio's 25 best online colleges is $13,703. The most affordable school is God's Bible School and College, which charges $6,000 per year in annual tuition. The best value school in Ohio is Wright State University-Lake Campus, where tuition is $8,904 per year. Ohio's Forever Buckeyes program offers in-state tuition to graduates from Ohio high schools who have since left the state.71 Ohio students can apply for state scholarships and loan programs, such as the Ohio National Guard Scholarship Program, the John R. Justice Student Loan Repayment Program, or the Nurse Education Assistance Loan Program.72

Oklahoma

The average tuition of Oklahoma's 20 best online colleges is $10,827. The most affordable school is University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, which charges $3,192 per year in annual tuition. The best value school in Oklahoma is Southwestern Christian University, where tuition is $12,900 per year. Oklahoma schools offer in-state tuition rates to neighboring states through the Southern Regional Education Board’s Academic Common Market.73 Oklahoma residents can research colleges, apply for financial aid, find scholarships, and create a portfolio on OKCollegeStart.org.74

Oregon

The average tuition of Oregon's 10 best online colleges is $15,556. The most affordable school is Portland State University, which charges $9,652 per year in annual tuition. The best value school in Oregon is Oregon State University, where tuition is $13,905 per year. Oregon schools offer discounted tuition rates to residents in 14 other western states and in the Northern Mariana Islands.75 Over 450 scholarships and need-based grants can be found through the Oregon Office of Student Access and Completion.76

Pennsylvania

The average tuition of Pennsylvania's 25 best online colleges is $21,064. The most affordable school is Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania, which charges $7,716 per year in annual tuition. The best value school in Pennsylvania is University of Pennsylvania, where tuition is $19,040 per year. Certain Pennsylvania schools offer reduced out-of-state tuition from the standard 225% of the resident (PA) rate if the nonresident students are from a neighboring state or majoring in a specific field.77 Pennsylvania State Grant Program provides financial aid for residents.78

Rhode Island

At $13,365, Johnson & Wales University-Online has the lowest tuition in the state. Nonresidents of neighboring states can access Rhode Island degree programs at reduced tuition rates through the New England Regional Student Program.79 Graduating Rhode Island high schools seniors who demonstrate academic merit and financial need can receive aid through Rhode Island’s Academic Promise program and can be used at any eligible school that participates in the Federal Financial Aid programs across the nation or abroad.80

South Carolina

The average tuition of South Carolina's 15 best online colleges is $13,824. The most affordable school is University of South Carolina-Aiken, which charges $4,896 per year in annual tuition. The best value school in South Carolina is Citadel Military College of South Carolina, where tuition is $13,140 per year. Residents of regional southern schools can qualify for in-state tuition at participating South Carolina schools through the Academic Common Market.81 State grants and scholarships can be found through the state's Commission on Higher Education website.82

South Dakota

The average tuition of South Dakota's 8 best online colleges is $11,908. The most affordable school is Black Hills State University, which charges $7,902 per year in annual tuition. The best value school in South Dakota is University of South Dakota, where tuition is $10,537 per year. South Dakota online schools are available to residents of 14 western states at a discounted tuition rate through student exchange programs.83 South Dakota state scholarships are available for students in critical need occupations like teaching, Native American students, and on a need basis.84

Tennessee

The average tuition of Tennessee's 22 best online colleges is $12,238. The most affordable school is Tennessee State University, which charges $4,200 per year in annual tuition. The best value school in Tennessee is Christian Brothers University, where tuition is $12,555 per year. Tennessee schools in the Academic Common Market allow students of 14 other southern regional states to study at in-state tuition rates.85 Many state financial aid programs are available for higher education on a need- and merit-basis, for future teachers, nurses, and technical studies, foster children, veterans, state employees, public teachers, and their dependents.86

Texas

The average tuition of Texas's 25 best online colleges is $9,639. The most affordable school is South Texas College, which charges $2,310 per year in annual tuition. The best value school in Texas is Texas A&M University-College Station, where tuition is $4,636 per year. Texas schools offer in-state tuition rates to residents of 14 other regional states through the Southern Regional Education Board's (SREB) Academic Common Market. Texans can also access in-state tuition rates at participating programs in the regional states.87 Non-resident tuition waivers for state schools may be available to residents of certain border states or counties, military service members, and Mexican citizens with financial need.88

Utah

The average tuition of Utah's 7 best online colleges is $8,076. The most affordable school is Weber State University, which charges $4,990 per year in annual tuition. The best value school in Utah is Utah State University, where tuition is $6,549 per year. Utah schools offer in-state or discounted tuition rates to residents of 15 western states through regional student exchange programs.89 Utah National Guard members can apply for a full tuition waiver at any public college or university in the state.

Vermont

The average tuition of Vermont's 5 best online colleges is $13,112. The most affordable school is Champlain College, which charges $9,540 per year in annual tuition. The best value school in Vermont is University of Vermont, where tuition is $16,392 per year. Vermont offers reduced tuition rates to out-of-state students of 5 other regional states through the New England Regional Student Program.90 Vermont awards need-based grants to residents who are taking more than 12 credits, going to college part-time, or enrolled in a non-degree program.91

Virginia

The average tuition of Virginia's 14 best online colleges is $11,460. The most affordable school is Norfolk State University, which charges $5,752 per year in annual tuition. The best value school in Virginia is University of Virginia, where tuition is $13,260 per year. Virginia’s Community Colleges website features a directory of online classes offered in the state.92 The State Council of Higher Education for Virginia offers need- and merit-based grants and scholarships for undergraduate and graduate students, with an emphasis on studies in teaching, STEM, and health as well as specific aid programs for students with disabilities, veterans, and senior citizens.93

Washington

The average tuition of Washington's 11 best online colleges is $13,505. The most affordable school is Central Washington University, which charges $6,006 per year in annual tuition. The best value school in Washington is Seattle University, where tuition is $45,765 per year. Students can browse the online degrees and certificates available at more than 20 Washington community and technical colleges at Washington Online.94 State and educational employees are eligible for tuition waivers at public institutions of higher education.95

Washington D.C.

The average annual tuition at Washington D.C.'s six online colleges and universities is $37,060. At $9,552,University of Phoenix has the lowest tuition in the state. The DC Tuition Assistance Grant offers residents up to $10,000 toward the difference between in-state and out-of-state tuition at public universities and $2,500 per year toward tuition at either a private university within DC or any one of the private Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) across the US.96 Adult students returning to college to complete a degree are eligible for financial aid through the DC Adult College Completion Initiative.97

West Virginia

The average tuition of West Virginia's 10 best online colleges is $10,420. The most affordable school is West Virginia University at Parkersburg, which charges $5,304 per year in annual tuition. The best value school in West Virginia is West Virginia University, where tuition is $10,380 per year. Students in 15 southern states can access in-state tuition rates at West Virginia schools through the Academic Common Market.98 West Virginia offers state scholarships for high school graduates, adult learners, and degree-specific grants for teaching, health professions, engineering, science, and technology.99

Wisconsin

The average tuition of Wisconsin's 17 best online colleges is $17,276. The most affordable school is University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, which charges $7,365 per year in annual tuition. The best value school in Wisconsin is University of Arkansas at Monticello, where tuition is $5,979 per year. Students living in 8 neighboring states are eligible to nonresident tuition discounts at Wisconsin schools participating in the Midwest Student Exchange.100 Wisconsin offers state aid to students with financial need, minority and Native American students, the hearing and visually impaired, and first-generation college freshmen.101

Wyoming

Wyoming college programs offer discounted tuition rates to residents of 15 regional states through the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education’s student exchange programs.102 The Wyoming National Guard Education Assistance Plan pays for up to 100% of active members' tuition at the University of Wyoming, a Wyoming community college or approved technical institution.103

Methodology

These lists represent higher education institutions across the United States that offer online degrees. We've compiled these lists by looking at schools that have reported online degrees to The National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) in 2017 and manually researched them on the schools' official websites. Our number of students enrolled in online classes represents both fully online and hybrid students.

Annual tuition numbers were determined from the NCES or a school representative. Our recommend rate is the percent of students who have reviewed the institution on GradReports.com and would recommend it to other students. Please refer to our Student Reviews section for more information.

This website offers school details to prospective students as an informational resource. The appearance of a school listing on this website should not be interpreted as an endorsement of the school by this site.