Releases Their List of the Best Online Universities and Community Colleges

Share Article, a premier resource on accredited colleges, releases its ranking of the best online 4 year and 2 year college institutions in the United States., the leading authority on exceptional online education, has released its list of the Best Online Colleges. Providing prospective and current students with up to date and easy to use resources. With the numbers of students partaking in online classes in some capacity on the rise, the need for reliable online education resource are becoming increasingly more valuable. aims to be the top resource for those who are looking for any sort of information regarding online colleges and universities that offer an accredited degree.

What does it mean to have an accredited degree? Receiving a degree from an accredited institution allows for a broader spectrum of opportunities. Not only does this look better to future employers, but it can greatly improve the chances of taking classes with transferable credits. This is especially helpful when attending a two year college with the plans to transfer to a four year university. Knowing whether or not the classes that you are taking are transferable can be the difference between thousands of dollars in tuition fees from retaking classes. Accredited Online Colleges exists to eliminate that worry.

The most recent resource for prospective students to utilize is our list of top four year and two year accredited colleges. This list features what we personally believe to be the best of the best of online colleges. It was composed with a wide range of different aspects including school size, location as well as tuition costs and much more in mind. This information was gathered from a wide variety of sources including current and former students, faculty, and experts in the field.

The following is the list of schools featured on the list:

Best Online 4-year colleges
University of Missouri–St. Louis
Texas A&M University–Kingsville
Robert Morris University
AIB College of Business
Bellevue University
Ball State University
Simmons College
Plymouth State University
John Hopkins University
Regis University
Walsh College
Longwood University
Cleary University
Allied American University
LeTourneau University
University of Wisconsin-Platteville
Michigan Technological University
Stephens College
Upper Iowa University
University of Houston-Victoria 
St. John's University
Clarion University
State University of New York Empire State College
Rogers State University
University of Louisiana at Monroe
Baylor University

Best Online 2 year colleges:
Clarkson College
Wilkes Community College
Indian Hills Community College
Whatcom Community College
National Polytechnic College of Science
Western Dakota Technical Institute
Jackson State Community College
Santa Fe College
Palomar College
Huntington Junior College
Windward Community College
Allegany College of Maryland
El Paso Community College
Central Maine Community College
Bladen Community College
Butler County Community College
Chippewa Valley Technical College
Texas Southmost College (partnered with University of Texas–Brownsville)
Allan Hancock College
Wilbur Wright College
Lakeshore Technical College
Seminole State College of Florida
Texarkana College
Montgomery County Community College
Diné College
Spartanburg Community College
Piedmont Technical College
Brazosport College
Howard College
Northwest Mississippi Community College
Bergen Community College
Bellevue Community College
Manchester Community College
Sheridan College
North Seattle Community College
Minnesota State Community & Technical College
Inver Hills Community College
Middlesex Community College
Saginaw Chippewa Tribal College
Santa Fe Community College
Dawson Community College
Germanna Community College
Panola College
New England College of Business & Finance
Eastern New Mexico University–Roswell 
Florida College System
Henderson Community College
Saint Philip's College
Piedmont Virginia Community College
Technical College of the Lowcountry

The list of schools was not put in any particular order due to the fact that there are too many factors to consider when choosing schools. The goal was to follow a general approach that would allow students to browse and choose a school that would best fit their individual needs. This is a more effective way to showcase each institution’s unique strengths.

It is hoped that students find this tool to be incredibly useful and easy to utilize. Please do not hesitate to email if there are any questions or concerns regarding the list or Accredited Online Colleges in general.

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