Nonprofit Online Degrees
Find high quality, accredited online degrees from nonprofit colleges and universities. Search below for an online degree by the name of the degree or type (bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral) of the degree. Or if you are looking for a specific nonprofit college or university, search by name.
Nonprofit colleges and universities offer accredited, high-quality online degree programs that produce positive outcomes, taught by an approved mix of doctoral and professional level faculty.
Better Value & ROI
Nonprofit colleges and universities are generally much less expensive than for-profit colleges and universities. And they offer a wide variety of scholarships and student programming. This translates into a higher return on investment for graduates.
WHat can you expect?
If you request information from an institution listed on this site, you will be contacted either by phone, email, or both, only by the institution you requested information from.
I built Nonprofit Online Degrees because I knew there was no other website dedicated to listing online degrees from nonprofit colleges and universities. During my 15 years of higher education marketing experience, I have witnessed quite a bit of fraud and highly...
Just a few years ago, most online doctoral degrees were offered only by for-profit colleges such as University of Phoenix or Devry University. However, with many doctoral programs consisting of quite a bit of reading, writing, research, and discussion, it...
When looking into different online graduate analytics programs a few years ago, Laura Wood created a detailed spreadsheet listing her schools of interest. She added information about admissions requirements for each, including whether she needed to submit...
Just like that, another year is almost over. If it's been as much of a whirlwind for you as it has for us, you're likely struggling to make sense of all that changed on the digital learning landscape this year.
Dozens of for-profit college campuses across the country abruptly closed this week after their parent company lost its accreditation and funding. The schools are owned by Birmingham, Alabama-based Education Corp. of America (ECA), which runs more than 75 campuses...
While online enrollment continued to grow in 2017, on-campus enrollments fell, according to a data from the Education Department's National Center for Education Statistics, published Tuesday. According to an article published by Inside Higher Ed, "The proportion of...
Colleges Fight Google Ads That Reroute Prospective Students
This article features an interview with Jeff Harmon, Nonprofit Online Degrees founder.
A few weeks ago, when Jeff Harmon searched on Google for North Arkansas College, an ad appeared next to the results that offered information about the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith. Clicking on the ad took Mr. Harmon to collegesurfing.com, where he filled out a form that promised to send him material about Fort Smith…….
Students defrauded by for-profits get win.
WASHINGTON (AP) — 10/17/2018 – Students defrauded by for-profit colleges scored an important victory on Tuesday, when a court cleared the way for an Obama-era policy that will make it easier for them to get their student loans forgiven