Online Colleges in Washington

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In an effort to give Washington’s postsecondary students cutting edge online educational opportunities, the state formed the Washington Student Achievement Council, a cabinet-level agency, in July 2012. The council’s mission was to develop a ten-year roadmap proposing goals and resources to strengthen postsecondary education in the state. In its December 2015 progress report, the council announced its vision to see 70% of Washington residents between the ages of 25 and 44 achieve a postsecondary degree by the year 2023. Through research, strategic planning, oversight, and advocacy programs, the nine-member Council works tirelessly to enhance online student success.

But before we dive into our list of best online colleges in Washington for 2017, let’s start with the state of higher education and online education in particular in Washington today.