Ohio is a beautiful state in the U.S. and it has got some of the best colleges. The two organizations, the Midwestern Higher Education Compact and Ohio learn, have paved a way for online education and provided various resources for the students.
There are more than 200 colleges and universities that offer online courses, many of which include Bachelors and Graduate degrees that can be pursued entirely online. Ohio is one of the first states in the U.S that has adopted the Quality Matters (QM) process which is a method of assessing online and certifying online and hybrid programs.
Ohio has got a wide range of online learners. Ohio has around 215 degree-granting institutions out of which 60 are public institutions, 75 non-profit institutions, and 80 for-profit institutions. The total number of degrees granted in 2016 was 31,495 Associate's Degree, 70,052 Bachelor's Degree, 24,213 Master's Degree and 6,046 Doctoral Degrees and the total number of student enrollment was 658,229 according to NCES. The state provides various Financial Aid programs and provides grants. The institutions provide scholarships as well. The state provided around $132 million for financial aid in 2016.
The online colleges in Ohio have got huge e-resources with a great collection of books for helping students obtain all the study material under a single portal. It has also improved in terms of expanding the universities and providing new options for students.
Institution Type: Private Not-For-Profit
Percent of Federal, State or Institutional Aid: 83%
Average Financial Aid: $ 6,661
Total Programs Offered (57)
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