Concord University has been recognized as one of the “Most Affordable Online Colleges” in the nation by Study.com. Concord is ranked at 29 among the 50 institutions named in the 2019 rankings recently published by the online learning platform.
The university located at Athens, West Virginia, is the only West Virginia college or university that appears in the recognition, according to William Allen, Vice President of Enrollment Management.
Concord was selected for the honor based on “financial aid, affordability, academic and career resources for students, the quality of education, faculty, and more,” according to Study.com.
“It is nice that Concord University has once again been nationally recognized for our affordability,” Allen said.
“The university continues to work hard to make a college education affordable for all students—including working adults.”
A variety of online courses are available at Concord for students pursuing a bachelor’s degree. The university also offers online classes for individuals seeking a Board of Regents Bachelor of Arts degree.
The graduate degree programs at Concord University are all online, Allen said. These include Master of Education, Master of Arts in Teaching, Master of Social Work and Master of Arts in Health Promotion.