We all know that in the US today, majority of college students are debtors. And it is so alarming seeing lots of college drop outs due to non availability of tuition fees. However, after going through our compiled list there would be no need for college student to drop out anymore.
Also, this list is opened to verification from the college’s website and are not arrange in any order as we consider our list best based on your location. Reducing the rate of dropout based on tuition fee, Viral Gossip Talk brings to you Best Tuition Free Colleges for an Online Degree.
42. Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island
Brown University, a private, Ivy League research university founded in 1764.
Also, Brown is the only major research university in the nation where undergraduates are the architects of their own course of study. Brown has more of an undergraduate focus than other top-ranked universities.
It also have recognition for its global reach. And Its students come from over 100 different countries, and it boasts a 7-to-1 student/faculty ratio.
More so, Brown University has a 9% acceptance rate and a first year retention rate of 98%. SAT test scores (25th/75th percentile) are as follows: Critical reading: 680/780; math: 690/790.
Also, families with total parent earnings of less than $60,000 and assets of less than $100,000 has no requirement to make a financial contribution to their child’s education. Undergraduate students with a total parent income of less than $100,000 do not have a loan component in their award. Tuition and fees costs $51,366 per year and the total direct and indirect costs are $68,106.
And, online students are assigned an online learning program advisor to assist in registration, ordering books and getting familiarized with e-services. Students can access IT support at any time. No campus attendance is required for these programs.
Online Bachelor’s Degree Programs:
Accounting, Applied Psychology, Aviation Management, Business Administration, Criminal Justice, Computer Information Systems, Criminal Justice Homeland Security