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The state of Ohio is unique in its dedication to public institutions of higher learning. With 13 state colleges, 23 community colleges, and six state-assisted medical schools, Ohio residents have several options to choose from when it comes to higher learning. With more than 400,000 students enrolled, the University System of Ohio is one of the largest in the country. There are also many private institutions throughout the state, including the Ohio 5, which are linked through the same academic and athletic organizations within the state. The five schools are Denison University, Kenyon College, Oberlin College, Ohio Wesleyan University, and College of Wooster. Ohio also has a number of faith-based and for-profit institutions of higher learning, many of which offer online courses and degrees.

Online colleges in Ohio offer all levels of academic degrees, whether you want to pursue a bachelor’s degree or graduate degree, but online certificate programs are also available. Ohio State online colleges include public universities like Cleveland State University, University of Cincinnati, and Ohio State University. One public, accredited college with an extensive online degree program is Bowling State University, which offers both undergraduate and graduate degrees online. Bowling State University’s online doctorate engineering program is part of a consortium with four other universities, and all classes are offered exclusively online. Some of the many online community colleges in Ohio are Lakeland Community College, Northwest State Community College, and Columbus State University.

Most Affordable 4-Year Online Programs in Ohio

Paying for a postsecondary education has become more difficult for students nationwide. Tuition costs continue to rise while state funding decreases. In Ohio state, between the 2010-11 and 2011-12 academic years, in-state students saw a tuition increase of 6.1%, while support from the state fell 16.9%.

For the 2014-15 academic year, 11 of Ohio's 13 four-year public universities raised tuition as much as they could. As approved by the state, schools cannot raise their prices more than two percent or $188 per year. While many schools in Ohio increased their tuition as much as possible, several did not, particularly for in-state students.

The schools presented on this list offer in-state students affordable education. Each college and university boasts a lower annual tuition price for residents of Ohio and at least one online bachelor's degree program. The schools are ordered from lowest to highest in-state tuition.

  1. Ohio University ― Athens, OH

    Annual in-state tuition: $5,760

    Established in 1804, Ohio University is the oldest public higher learning institution in the state. Online learners at OU will gain dexterity and expertise in professional, behavioral and leadership-based skills. Students at OU can earn bachelor's degrees in nursing, criminal justice, applied management or technical and applied sciences either fully online or in a hybrid format. The cost per credit hour for online students at OU is $240, and the university has been recognized by student-focused publications and surveys as one of the most cost-effective and affordable in the country.

  2. Youngstown State University ― Youngstown, OH

    Annual in-state tuition: $6,245

    Established in 1908 as a research facility, YSU has a history of being a successful commuter school. The college reports that 1,500 students take advantage of the school's distance education opportunities each year; these options include fully online, hybrid and video-integrated learning formats. Students can pursue an online bachelor's of science degree in subjects like applied science and nursing. Learners at YSU can take advantage of online tutoring that can be accessed remotely, including a writing lab and math assistance center. The college offers some of the best tuition value among Ohio's 11 largest public universities and distributes over $150 million in grants and financial aid to 96% of its students.

  3. University of Northwestern Ohio ― Lima, OH

    Annual in-state tuition: $6,360

    The University of Northwestern Ohio, a private, not-for-profit, was established in 1920. Students who choose to participate in UNO's online course offerings can complete registration, administration, book purchases and course selection all online. Students have their choice of ten bachelor's degrees offered completely online, including an accounting program that prepares students to sit for the Certified Public Accountant (CPA) Exam. There are also more degree options available to students at UNO who are open to hybrid programs. This institution has partnered with Bowling Green College, and now encourages military students to consider an online education through this collaboration.

  4. Bowling Green State University-Main Campus ― Bowling Green, OH

    Annual in-state tuition: $9,096

    Since Bowling Green State University awarded its first degrees in 1917, it has garnered accolades and awards for its quality educational programs and faculty. BGSU provides financial aid to 80% of its students. Bowling Green offers five online bachelor's degrees in the arts and liberal sciences. The distance learning programs at BGSU offers students flexible learning schedules, but affords learners the connection to the same quality educators that students enjoy on campus.

  5. Cleveland State University ― Cleveland, OH

    Annual in-state tuition: $9,636

    Cleveland State University is a highly active, research-based facility that was established in 1964. The institution is committed to encouraging diversity, engaged learning and academic excellence among its students and faculty. CSU offers several completely online undergraduate degree programs, including an RN-to-BSN and a business administration completion program. Nontraditional students can expect the same quality education online as they would from an on-campus classroom. The cost per credit hour at Cleveland State for the 2014-15 school year was $401.50 per credit hour for in-state students, and approximately 70% of CSU's student body receives some form of financial aid.

  6. Ohio Christian University ― Circleville, OH

    Annual in-state tuition: $9,902

    Established in 1948, Ohio Christian University is dedicated to enriching the lives of its students academically, professionally and spiritually. The offerings among online and hybrid degree programs at Ohio Christian University are vast. Students may earn their bachelor's degree online in one of 14 concentrations; they also have the option of working towards several bachelor's-level certificates. Tuition varies per credit hour, from $315-475 for non-military students, depending on the degree program. Qualifying students, who are beginning or returning to college after time off, can earn up to 24 credits for life experiences through OCU's Prior Learning Assessment.

  7. University of Toledo ― Toledo, OH

    Annual in-state tuition: $9,909

    Founded in 1872, this public research university offers a payment plan to offset the costs of tuition by allowing students to pay for their education in installments. Prospective students can determine if an online degree truly suits their unique needs with UT's Transferology software. Students seeking an online bachelor's degree have eight programs to choose from, including four degree completion programs in applied organizational technology, early childhood education, health information administration and professional studies. Online students, through UT's Learning Ventures, have access to several resources and support services to help them succeed.

  8. University of Akron Main Campus ― Akron, OH

    Annual in-state tuition: $9,920

    Regarded as the world leader in the research of polymers, UA is the site of some of the first ever instruction in rubber chemistry, thanks to the school's proximity to and partnership with leading tire corporations like Goodyear and Firestone. Tuition at the UA is $345 per credit hour. UA's online undergraduate degree programs in nursing or leadership are taught by the same well-qualified faculty who teach classes on campus. Nearly 78% of the full-time undergraduate students at this university receive scholarships.

  9. Kent State University ― Kent, OH

    Annual in-state tuition: $10,012

    Kent State University is an active research facility and the second largest public university in Ohio. KSU began as a teacher-training college, and today is a vehicle for cultural, economic and workforce development. During the 2012-13 school year, the university awarded financial aid to 80% of students. Kent State began offering online study programs over 15 years ago. Today, KSU has over 30 degree and certificate programs available in a fully online curriculum, including four bachelor's degree programs. Subjects covered include nursing, applied sciences and business.

  10. The University of Findlay ― Findlay, OH

    Annual in-state tuition: $10,394

    Founded in 1882, this institution is a private college affiliated with the Churches of God General Conference. The student-faculty ratio is 15:1, and 99% of the students at the University of Findlay receive financial aid. The school offers a bachelor's degree completion program for business management fully online, as well as management degrees with concentrations in health care, emergency operations, environmental safety and health. The university's Office of Internships and Placement has career placement specialists available to help ensure that students get the one-on-one support needed to find internship and career opportunities, as well as to ensure their success in and out of college.

  11. Notre Dame College ― Cleveland, OH

    Annual in-state tuition: $10,560

    Notre Dame College, founded in 1922 as a Catholic institute, aims to provide students with a faithful, mission-based higher learning experience. The number of online courses offered at Notre Dame College is impressive. Ranging from certificate programs and licensure to several master's degree programs, students may earn a variety of degrees in a hybrid or fully online environment at NDC. Prospective online students can choose from several bachelor's degree programs, including an RN-to-BSN program for registered nurses and an education degree that prepares students for Mild to Moderate Intervention Specialist (MMIS) licensure.

  12. Mount Vernon Nazarene University ― Mount Vernon, OH

    Annual in-state tuition: $10,632

    Mount Vernon Nazarene University is a Christian teaching university that was founded in 1968. The college offers fully online undergraduate degree programs in business administration and early childhood education, and students can count on a rigorous academic curriculum framed by a Christian worldview. Mount Vernon Nazarene University's philosophy is informed by the Bible and is committed to furthering the indoctrination of Jesus Christ to both traditional and mature learners in a variety of mediums.

  13. University of Cincinnati ― Cincinnati, OH

    Annual in-state tuition: $11,000

    The University of Cincinnati was established in 1819. Among the perks enjoyed by UC students are the impressive number of online and hybrid degree programs offered by the university. General education is available online for the convenience of students looking to complete core competencies. There are also certificate programs and opportunities for continuing education. Online bachelor's programs online include nursing and substance abuse counseling. The school provides a number of resources for online students to help them succeed in their degrees. Online students can access everything from a writing lab to career services without ever needing to go to UC's campus.

  14. Franklin University ― Columbus, OH

    Annual in-state tuition: $11,136

    Franklin University is a leader among Ohio universities when it comes to delivering quality distance learning opportunities to students. Established in 1902, the university earned the distinction of being one of the first of 15 colleges chosen by the U.S. Department of Education to take part in a program that offered unlimited distance education. Today, prospective students can test drive FU's wholly online study programs via an online course demo. The average cost per credit hour for classes at FU is $464.00; active service members receive a discount on costs to attend class. In addition to being affordable, FU strives to provide accessible and flexible degrees to all students. Therefore, the school offers all undergraduate degree programs online or in the evening.

  15. Gods Bible School and College ― Cincinnati, OH

    Annual in-state tuition: $11,170

    God's Bible School and College, a private higher learning institute, was established in 2000 and is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. GBSC offers several programs for nontraditional students, including bachelor's degree programs that can be completed entirely online through the Aldersgate Distance Education Program. Currently, there are two bachelor's degree options for nontraditional students to pursue: a BA in Ministerial Education and a BA in Church and Family Ministries. The college is also pleased to offer college credit for applicable life experience. Through their FAQ, GBSC addresses several common concerns of students considering an online education to help them in their decision-making process.

  16. Hiram College ― Hiram, OH

    Annual in-state tuition: $11,530

    Hiram College, founded in 1850, is committed to providing its undergraduate students with an affordable education. For this reason, the school offers the Hiram Tuition Guarantee, which locks in a student's tuition rates for four years. At present, there are two undergraduate degree programs are available in a fully web-based learning environment. Online bachelor's degrees include business management and accounting and financial management. The cost per credit hour at HC was $425 in 2013-14.

  17. Union Institute & University ― Cincinnati, OH

    Annual in-state tuition: $11,904

    UI&U has a strong foundation in distance learning, and the school has focused on making education accessible to adult students for over 45 years. UI&U accepts certain life experiences for college credit; students are encouraged to speak to an academic advisor to create a customized curriculum as they explore degree options at Union. Tuition varies depending on the program a student elects to enroll in; the average cost for those pursuing an undergraduate or lifelong learning certificate is $490 per credit hour. There are many scholarships on offer from UI&U, and 97% of undergraduates at the university received financial aid or assistance during the 2012-13 school year. Currently, UI&U offers 14 bachelor's degrees online; subjects covered include business management, social work and criminal justice.

  18. Ashland University ― Ashland, OH

    Annual in-state tuition: $19,852

    Ashland University began in 1878 as a private, nonprofit institute, associated with the Judeo-Christian Brethren Church. Students hoping to pursue an online bachelor's degree from this school have two options: an adult online criminal justice program and an RN-to-BSN degree. Courses in the criminal justice program are only five weeks in length and are taught one at a time by experts in the field. Electronic textbooks and a Chromebook laptop are included in the cost of tuition for this program. Those interested in the RN-to-BSN program should already be licensed as registered nurses. Students at Ashland are eligible for generous financial aid packages; according to the National Center for Education Statistics, 72% of Ashland's undergraduates receive financial aid, with 97% of students receiving assistance during their first year in 2012-13.

  19. Tiffin University ― Tiffin, OH

    Annual in-state tuition: $21,510

    Tiffin University was founded in 1888, and their mission is to offer quality and professionally-centered academics to traditional and nontraditional students. The university offers 13 bachelor's degrees online in fields like psychology, accounting, law enforcement and healthcare administration. Tiffin isn't just accessible; it is also one of the most affordable Ohio universities; more than 90% of its students receive an average financial aid package of nearly $10,000.

  20. Urbana University ― Urbana, OH

    Annual in-state tuition: $22,012

    Established in 1850, this private, liberal arts university has received continuous support from the Swedenborgian Church since its founding. Urbana has the distinction of being the second institute for higher learning in Ohio to admit women. The average cost per credit hour for students at Urbana is $445. 81% of the undergraduate students receive financial aid during their first year of enrollment. In 2014, Franklin University in Ohio purchased Urbana, further broadening the reach of the academic programs at both institutions. Urbana University offers one online bachelor's degree, a degree completion program in business management.

  21. Malone University ― Canton, OH

    Annual in-state tuition: $26,416

    Originally called the Cleveland Bible College, the university is affiliated with the Evangelical Friends Church, and faculty are required to submit a statement of faith as a condition of employment, though students need not declare any denomination in order to attend or enroll. Students have several options for online bachelor's degrees in accounting, environment, health services, marketing and organizational or project management. Malone provides an FAQ to help students better understand what an online degree entails.

  22. University of Dayton ― Dayton, OH

    Annual in-state tuition: $37,230

    The University of Dayton is a private Catholic institution and is also the largest private university in Ohio. Intimate instruction at DU is one of the tenets of its academic program, with a student-teacher ratio of only 14:1. The School of Education & Health Sciences offers one bachelor's degree program fully online; the early childhood leadership and advocacy requires students to hold an associate degree in a related field that meets the general education requirements of DU before applying.

Most Affordable 2-Year Online Programs in Ohio

A study, conducted by The Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce, suggests that nearly one million job openings in Ohio (60% of the job market) will require postsecondary credentials by 2018. This can be an intimidating statistic, especially to students who have financial obligations or time commitments that make traditional learning inconvenient. Many Ohio institutions, however, offer distance learning opportunities to students.

For students looking to defray the costs of attending college, online classes can be a favorable alternative to on-campus instruction. Online classes can be, in some cases, more affordable than attending a university in person. Students can save on parking, gas to and from campus and textbooks; students can also avoid taking time off work or spending too much time away from their families when they opt to pursue higher learning online. Some students report that they feel as if instructors are more accessible in classes taken via eLearning, which creates an added value to their education.

In 2013, over 150 colleges and universities in Ohio offered classes and, in some cases, entire degree programs online. Hybrid or blended courses are available at many schools. These classes can offer students the best of both worlds, lending an on-campus component to primarily independent study. Students attending college online have the freedom to pursue their higher education in the comfort of their own homes and on their own time.

The schools on this list were selected for both their academic merits and their affordability. Some of the statistics used were pulled from the National Center for Education Statistics' Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) and reference the 2012-13 academic year. For students who are interested in studying the career-related fields, but who are also looking for a flexible, cost-effective education, the colleges below are among the most reputable, accredited colleges and universities in Ohio today. These schools have a tradition of success in distance learning, and some have been trusted by alumni for over a century.

  1. Cuyahoga Community College District ― Cleveland, OH

    Annual in-state tuition: $3,162

    Cuyahoga Community College, established in 1963, is Ohio's oldest and largest public community college. The school values flexible learning options and offers traditional and nontraditional study, including evening, weekend, television, internet and independent learning. Cuyahoga has several associate degree programs online, as well as a variety of hybrid learning options unique only to CCC. The Fast Track Associate of Arts Degree is 100% internet-based and is comprised of courses that will transfer to any Ohio Public University. This accelerated degree program can be completed in as few as five 8-week semesters. Through blended learning and web-enhanced courses, students can participate in on-campus learning if they choose and take advantage of CCC's four state-of-the-art facilities. Cuyahoga Community College also offers free online classes, open to any student with a secure internet connection, anywhere in the world.

  2. Columbus State Community College ― Columbus, OH

    Annual in-state tuition: $3,262

    Founded in 1963, Columbus State Community College offers students a robust sampling of online and hybrid learning options. The online associate programs at CSCC are diverse; students may study subjects as traditional as science or liberal arts and as professionally-minded and practical as digital photography, supply chain management and environmental safety. CSCC extends over 200 transfer opportunities to its students. Many technical and certification programs are also eligible for transfer to programs at other accredited colleges and universities.

  3. Clark State Community College ― Springfield, OH

    Annual in-state tuition: $3,344

    Clark State Community College was founded in 1962 and is accredited by North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing, Inc. and the American Physical Therapy Association. CSCC offers eight associate degrees completely online in an effort to keep learning flexible for its students. Clark State's tuition is one of the lowest in Ohio, at just $139 per credit hour, and 65% of its students are awarded financial aid.

  4. Edison State Community College ― Piqua, OH

    Annual in-state tuition: $3,375

    Established in 1973, Edison State Community College is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing, Inc. and by the American Physical Therapy Association. ESCC offers two completely online associate degrees and has a knowledgeable staff of counselors to assist students with choosing the right degree for transfer to a four-year anniversary or to supplement an existing career. Edison is committed to offering an affordable education, and the cost per credit for in-state residents is a modest $140.62.

  5. Lorain County Community College ― Elyria, OH

    Annual in-state tuition: $3,396

    Lorain County Community College strives to serve as an innovative leader in education by providing affordable and career-oriented education. Founded in 1963, LCCC offers one online associate degree program for students who wish to complete their general education requirements before moving on to a four-year college or online bachelor's degree. In an effort to cater to an economical education, the institution extends a price-lock on its tuition rates for a period of three years to full-time students who sign a completion pledge; the program is called the MyTuition Guarantee. LCCC is accredited by six agencies, including the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.

  6. Sinclair Community College ― Dayton, OH

    Annual in-state tuition: $3,432

    Founded in 1887, Sinclair Community College is the largest community college in a single location in Ohio. Due to special funding from the college's county of residence, SCC's tuition is the lowest in the county for those who reside within Sinclair's district. Sinclair's online programs can supplement or replace in-person learning, and the college offers nine online associate degree programs in various fields, including business, health, psychology and history. In an effort to ensure students' success, SCC provides a number of resources that can be accessed online at any time.

  7. Terra State Community College ― Fremont, OH

    Annual in-state tuition: $3,554

    Terra State Community College was established in 1968, has a 13:1 student-teacher ratio and is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. TSCC is committed to providing affordable education: the school offers several eDegrees, which are completed entirely online, in the arts or sciences, criminal justice, healthcare administration and technology management. These programs are designed to transfer credits to four-year schools or bachelor's degree programs, and students are prepared for leadership roles in professional fields. There is no fee to apply for admission to online or on campus enrollment at TSCC. The college encourages students to pursue financial aid options and provides an easy-to-navigate list of scholarships for its students.

  8. North Central State College ― Mansfield, OH

    Annual in-state tuition: $3,590

    North Central State College was established in 1961 and has a history of high-quality technical education. Over 95% of the students who matriculate from NCSC report that they go on to find employment. With accreditation from six agencies, this institute for higher learning offers two completely online associate degree programs: an AA program in psychology and an Online FasTrack associate program in criminal justice. The average cost of attendance at NCSC is $149.60 per credit hour. The college is committed to helping students design degrees around their individual needs and provides a free assessment to prospective eLearners in order to help students determine if online learning is right for their unique academic goals.

  9. Owens Community College ― Perrysburg, OH

    Annual in-state tuition: $3,672

    Owens Community College was founded in 1965, and its campus has several locations: Findlay, Toledo, Maumee and Perrysburg Township. The college's mission is to aid students in career preparation, to continue the development of skills and competencies for professional students and to help students begin or complete the first leg of their four-year degree. Owens offers four online associate degree programs: two in business, one in science and one in the arts. Tuition at OCC is $153 per credit hour for in-state residents.

  10. Cincinnati State Technical and Community College ― Cincinnati, OH

    Annual in-state tuition: $3,687

    Beginning in 1995, CSTCC began steadily adding to its growing list of courses and degree programs offered online. Many of the associate degrees offered at Cincinnati State can be completed in a blended or hybrid environment. Six associate degrees, however, may be completed entirely online; four certificates can also be completed without ever attending an in-person class. In-state tuition at CSTCC costs $148.64 per credit hour. Online students have access to a number of resources geared specifically towards their success, including Blackboard support, access to the school's virtual libraries and a guide to avoiding plagiarism.

  11. Stark State College ― North Canton, OH

    Annual in-state tuition: $3,746

    Stark State College offers career development opportunities alongside a high-quality, transferable educational experience. Tuition at SSC is among the lowest in the region, running $153.60 per credit hour. About 70% of the students who attend SSC work full-time; for this reason, the institution makes it a priority to extend flexible learning options to its student body. Stark College offers an impressive number of courses and degrees 100% online, including 13 associate degrees. The general associate of arts and associate of science programs transfer to four-year universities in Ohio and nationwide. Stark also offers a truly robust catalog of business and engineering associate degrees online.

  12. James A. Rhodes State College ― Lima, OH

    Annual in-state tuition: $3,845

    James A. Rhodes State College shares its campus with the Lima Campus of the Ohio State University. RSC is well-versed in the importance of a quality transfer education, but the school also understands that some students enroll seeking professional enrichment and certification. RSC is pleased to offer a number of degree and certificate options specifically for its online students. Some of the completely online two-year degree programs include business administration, marketing, office administrations and corrections. In 2010, 87% of students received financial aid or scholarship; the last Annual in-state tuition per credit hour at RSC was reported as $156.86.

  13. Marion Technical College ― Marion, OH

    Annual in-state tuition: $4,080

    Marion Technical College shares a campus with Ohio State University's Marion location. MTC was founded in 1970 with the goal of improving regional employment opportunities. This college places great emphasis on offering flexible learning opportunities through weekend and evening courses at MTC, as well as an accelerated study program for adult students called ASAP. The state-funded institution's tuition is reported as $170 per credit hour, and annual tuition costs roughly $2,000 a semester. Students interested in distance learning will be pleased to know that, in addition to online degree conferment, the college offers life experience credit to qualifying learners. Students can earn associate degrees online in business, marketing, human resources and office information technology.

  14. Southern State Community College ― Hillsboro, OH

    Annual in-state tuition: $4,186

    Southern State Community College was founded in 1975 with the goal of providing attainable, economical and high-quality education to residents of Southern Ohio and beyond. The cost of tuition at SSCC is $162 per credit hour. Of particular interest to non-traditional students is the wide-range of credit the college accepts. Upon enrollment, SSCC will accept dual and advanced placement credit from high school transfer students. The college also accepts credit for life experience from qualifying students. The college offers four online associate degree options. SSCC is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.

  15. Central Ohio Technical College ― Newark, OH

    Annual in-state tuition: $4,296

    The Central Ohio Technical College shares a facility with the University of Ohio's Newark campus. Currently, COTC offers one online associate degree program in business management technology. The college offers opportunities to transfer credits to high school students via dual and advanced placement credit. COTC has articulation agreements with a number of four-year institutions, offering transfer students specific privileges or incentives to continue their journey through higher education. The college reports that roughly 90% of graduating students are employed full-time within six months of their graduation from COTC.

  16. University of Northwestern Ohio ― Lima, OH

    Annual in-state tuition: $6,360

    The University of Northwestern Ohio, a private, not-for-profit university, was established in 1920. Students who choose to participate in UNO's online course offerings can complete registration, administration, book purchases and course selection all online. Students may earn one of 11 associate degrees completely online and off-campus. There are also more degree options available to students at UNO who are open to hybrid learning options. This institution has partnered with Bowling Green College and encourages military students to consider an online education through this collaboration.

  17. Ohio Christian University ― Circleville, OH

    Annual in-state tuition: $7,910

    Established in 1948, Ohio Christian University is a private college affiliated with the Churches of Christ in Christian Union. OCU is dedicated to enriching the lives of its students academically, professionally and spiritually. OCU offers students credit for prior learning, as well as advanced placement and dual credit for high school transfer students. Students may earn one of four associate degrees online with a variety of focuses, including business, ministry and human services.

  18. Notre Dame College ― Cleveland, OH

    Annual in-state tuition: $9,000

    Founded in 1922, this private Catholic school aims to provide students with a faithful, missions-based higher learning experience. U.S. News & World Report lists Notre Dame College as the third most diverse college in the Midwest among baccalaureate colleges. Notre Dame College offers one online associate degree for those hoping to complete a two-year program. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, over half of the graduate students enrolled in NDC's graduate programs were pursuing their master's degree online in Fall 2012-13.

  19. University of Toledo ― Toledo, OH

    Annual in-state tuition: $9,909

    This public research university was founded in 1872. UT offers a tuition payment plan that allows students to pay for the costs of their education in installments. Based on 2012 statistics from the National Center for Education Statistics, 96% of students at UT qualified for and received some form of financial aid. For the convenience of prospective students, UT has provided a software called Transferology, which is designed to help students determine if an online degree truly suits their unique needs. When students elect to pursue one of the nine online associate degree programs at UT, they are learning from tenured and esteemed faculty.

  20. University of Cincinnati ― Cincinnati, OH

    Annual in-state tuition: $11,000

    The University of Cincinnati was established in 1819. UC students have access to a number of online and hybrid degree programs. General education is available online for the convenience of students looking to complete core competencies. Three associate degrees are available online in subjects such as child education or fire service technology. The school provides several resources specific to online students, including access to virtual libraries, online tutoring, career advising and disability services.

  21. Gods Bible School and College ― Cincinnati, OH

    Annual in-state tuition: $11,170

    Established in 2000, and accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, GBS offers a wide array of ministry opportunities and experiential learning activities to its students. The college offers several programs for nontraditional students, including two associate degree programs that can be completed entirely online: an AA in Bible and Theology and an AAS in Ministerial Education. The college is also pleased to offer college credit for applicable life experience.

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    -
    Years Accredited
    54 (1960)
    Student Population
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    Akron Institute of Herzing University

    Akron, OH
    Tuition & Fees
    $10,665
    Years Accredited
    12 (2002)
    Student Population
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    Antioch University-Midwest

    Yellow Springs, OH
    Tuition & Fees
    -
    Years Accredited
    26 (1988)
    Student Population
    820
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    Antioch University-PhD Program in Leadership and Change

    Yellow Springs, OH
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    Antonelli College-Cincinnati

    Cincinnati, OH
    Tuition & Fees
    $15,426
    Years Accredited
    39 (1975)
    Student Population
    547
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    Ashland University

    Ashland, OH
    Tuition & Fees
    $28,858
    Years Accredited
    76 (1938)
    Student Population
    8,136
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    Baldwin Wallace University

    Berea, OH
    Tuition & Fees
    $27,060
    Years Accredited
    99 (1915)
    Student Population
    5,069
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    Beckfield College-Tri-County

    Springdale, OH
    Tuition & Fees
    $12,186
    Years Accredited
    6 (2008)
    Student Population
    878
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    Belmont College

    Saint Clairsville, OH
    Tuition & Fees
    $3,452
    Years Accredited
    36 (1978)
    Student Population
    2,924
    School Type
    Public, 2-year
    Degree Levels
    Certificate
    Associates
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  11. School Name

    Bluffton University

    Bluffton, OH
    Tuition & Fees
    $27,426
    Years Accredited
    61 (1953)
    Student Population
    1,431
    School Type
    Private not-for-profit, 4-year or above
    Degree Levels
    Bachelors
    Masters
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  12. School Name

    Bowling Green State University-Firelands

    Huron, OH
    Tuition & Fees
    $4,850
    Years Accredited
    45 (1969)
    Student Population
    3,042
    School Type
    Public, 2-year
    Degree Levels
    Certificate
    Associates
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  13. School Name

    Bowling Green State University-Main Campus

    Bowling Green, OH
    Tuition & Fees
    $10,514
    Years Accredited
    98 (1916)
    Student Population
    20,228
    School Type
    Public, 4-year or above
    Degree Levels
    Certificate (Post-Bachelors)
    Certificate (Post-Masters)
    Bachelors
    Doctoral
    Masters
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  14. School Name

    Brown Mackie College-Akron

    Akron, OH
    Tuition & Fees
    $12,024
    Years Accredited
    32 (1982)
    Student Population
    1,768
    School Type
    Private for-profit, 4-year or above
    Degree Levels
    Certificate
    Associates
    Bachelors
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  15. School Name

    Brown Mackie College-Cincinnati

    Cincinnati, OH
    Tuition & Fees
    $12,024
    Years Accredited
    50 (1964)
    Student Population
    2,790
    School Type
    Private for-profit, 4-year or above
    Degree Levels
    Certificate
    Associates
    Bachelors
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  16. School Name

    Brown Mackie College-Findlay

    Findlay, OH
    Tuition & Fees
    $12,024
    Years Accredited
    25 (1989)
    Student Population
    1,226
    School Type
    Private for-profit, 4-year or above
    Degree Levels
    Certificate
    Associates
    Bachelors
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  17. School Name

    Brown Mackie College-North Canton

    Canton, OH
    Tuition & Fees
    $12,024
    Years Accredited
    12 (2002)
    Student Population
    1,526
    School Type
    Private for-profit, 4-year or above
    Degree Levels
    Certificate
    Associates
    Bachelors
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  18. School Name

    Bryant & Stratton College-Akron

    Copley, OH
    Tuition & Fees
    $16,085
    Years Accredited
    3 (2011)
    Student Population
    82
    School Type
    Private for-profit, 4-year or above
    Degree Levels
    Associates
    Bachelors
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  19. School Name

    Bryant & Stratton College-Cleveland

    Cleveland, OH
    Tuition & Fees
    $16,085
    Years Accredited
    12 (2002)
    Student Population
    1,919
    School Type
    Private for-profit, 4-year or above
    Degree Levels
    Associates
    Bachelors
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  20. School Name

    Bryant & Stratton College-Eastlake

    Eastlake, OH
    Tuition & Fees
    $16,085
    Years Accredited
    12 (2002)
    Student Population
    1,684
    School Type
    Private for-profit, 4-year or above
    Degree Levels
    Associates
    Bachelors
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  21. School Name

    Bryant & Stratton College-Parma

    Parma, OH
    Tuition & Fees
    $16,085
    Years Accredited
    12 (2002)
    Student Population
    1,570
    School Type
    Private for-profit, 4-year or above
    Degree Levels
    Associates
    Bachelors
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