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USU Online Ranked 11th for Most Affordable Online Schools in 2019

After a thorough screening and judging process, Study.com ranked Utah State University Online the 11th for most affordable online schools in 2019. Study.com’s methodology focuses on quality school programs that provide high-value education while still being accessible and affordable.

“USU President Noelle Cockett has made it clear that her mission for the university is to make top-tier education accessible to all who wish to pursue it,” said Rene Eborn, special assistant to the vice president for strategic initiatives. “USU Online helps fulfill that mission by giving students around the world an opportunity to receive a high-quality education at a price and convenience they need.”

In regards to USU Online’s ranking, Study.com said, “Thanks to its flexibility, e-tutoring options and stellar testing services, the online experience at Utah State University in Logan, Utah, gets all sorts of praise from current and former students. As an undergraduate here, you can expect to pay just under $4,000 per semester for tuition, which works out to about $319 a credit. What's more, you can take advantage of student software discounts and personalized financial aid counseling to help defray the costs of getting a college education.”

Currently, USU Online offers over 60 fully online degrees and certificates, ranging from associate to master’s degrees. A team of experienced instructional designers helps the number of degree offerings increase every year and ensures the content and student experience is just as good as being on campus. 

Visit usu.edu/online for more information. 
 

CONTACT

Anca Matcovschi
Marketing Manager
USU Online
435-797-3296
anca.matcovschi@usu.edu


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