The Top 50 Most Affordable Online Colleges For Degree Programs In The United States, 2015-16

Unsurprisingly, In rankings for the top 50 most affordable online colleges for degree programs in the United States, University of Wyoming ranked number one for the 2015-16 academic year. The University of Illinois at Springfield ranks second on the list.

The rest of the top ten were: Murray State University (No. 3), Lee University (No. 4), Pennsylvania State University-World Campus (No. 5), University of Minnesota-Crookston (No. 6), University of Massachusetts-Amherst (No. 7), The University of Tennessee-Chattanooga (No. 8), New Mexico Highlands University (No. 9), and Northern Illinois University (No. 10).

Ranking of the top 50 most affordable online colleges for degree programs in U.S., 2015-16 – bringing you the best online education has to offer.

1. University of Wyoming
Score: 97.84
2. University of Illinois at Springfield
Score: 96.23
3. Murray State University
Score: 95.91
4. Lee University
Score: 95.54
5 Pennsylvania State University-World Campus
Score: 65.42

6. University of Minnesota-Crookston
Score: 95.33
7. University of Massachusetts-Amherst
Score: 95.29
8. The University of Tennessee-Chattanooga
Score: 95.11
9. New Mexico Highlands University
Score: 95.01
10. Northern Illinois University
Score: 94.76

11. Mid-Atlantic Christian University
Score: 94.67
12. Langston University
Score: 94.62
13. Hodges University
Score: 94.49
14. Middle Georgia State University
Score: 94.12
15. Fayetteville State University
Score: 94.05

16. Grace Bible College
Score: 94.05
17. Youngstown State University
Score: 93.98
18. University of Massachusetts-Lowell
Score: 93.90
19. Florida Atlantic University
Score: 93.84
20. Southern Illinois University-Carbondale
Score: 93.82

21. Central Michigan University
Score: 93.66
22. University of South Carolina-Columbia
Score: 93.59
23. University of South Florida-St Petersburg
Score: 93.52
24. The University of Tennessee-Martin
Score: 93.36
25. Baker College
Score: 93.32

26. Albany State University
Score: 93.14
27.Cabarrus College of Health Sciences
Score: 93.03
28. National Louis University
Score: 92.96
29. Plymouth State University
Score: 92.94
30. Touro University Worldwide
Score: 92.93

31. Western New Mexico University
Score: 92.93
32. Clayton State University
Score: 92.92
33. Missouri Southern State University
Score: 92.80
34. Eastern Illinois University
Score: 92.79
35. Arkansas State University-Main Campus
Score: 92.75

36. East Tennessee State University
Score: 92.72
37. Valley City State University
Score: 92.70
38. New Mexico State University-Main Campus
Score: 92.69
39. University of Central Florida
Score: 92.69
40. University of North Carolina at Pembroke
Score: 92.68

41. University of Central Arkansas
Score: 92.68
42. The University of Texas of the Permian Basin
Score: 92.63
43. Shasta Bible College and Graduate School
Score: 92.63
44. Virginia University of Lynchburg
Score: 92.60

45. University of Florida
Score: 92.60
46. University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth
Score: 92.59
47. Brigham Young University-Idaho
Score: 92.55
48. University of South Florida-Main Campus
Score: 92.55
49. Washington State University
Score: 92.55
50. Washburn University
Score: 92.51

If you’re looking for a top online college, consider our list above. To determine rankings, data analysts for affordable colleges online, a leading resource for online learning and college affordability information, developed a proprietary scoring system to rank colleges based on various cost-to-quality metrics. It compares qualitative components of colleges with similar costs against the tuition of colleges with similar quality metrics.

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