Information about colleges and universities across the country is available in the Counseling Center. The information available below features online resources to help students learn more about higher education opportunities, whether traditional campuses or online degree-granting programs.Managed by the National Center for Education Statistics, College Navigator is an online source to search for colleges by state, by zip code, by programs/majors offered, by institution type, by enrollment size, by tuition and fees, and much more.
The information below is provided by the website, OnlineSchools.org, a source for honest, up-to-date and readily available information on accredited online colleges across the United States.
- Refine your search with More Search Options to select additional search criteria.
- Build a list of schools using My Favorites for side-by-side comparisons.
- Pinpoint school locations with an interactive map.
- Export search results into a spreadsheet.
- Save your session including search options and favorites.
Additional, third-party college research and information is also available from AffordableCollegesOnline.com, an online collection of in-depth resources that address topics, questions and concerns related to higher education with an eye on affordability and accreditation. Resources include comprehensive guidebooks, student interviews, user-friendly search tools, federal datasets and other materials created and vetted by experts in their fields.