Our mission is to provide comprehensive, actionable information for:
- High school students headed for traditional two or four-year online college degrees.
- Adults who wish to improve their career options and earning power by enrolling in online degree or online certificate programs at the undergraduate level.
- Students of all ages interested in enrolling in vocational, technical, and career schools and colleges.
- Undergraduate degree holders seeking a master’s, doctoral, or professional school degree online.
The top ten most popular pages on this Website;
- A page which lists and links to more than 70 free scholarship search sites.
- A page with information on online degree programs and fully accredited online colleges and universities.
- An extremely fast and easy to use online GPA calculator.
- Lists of Traditional and online colleges, by state, with complete contact information and online application details for admission.
- A list of colleges with programs for students with learning disabilities.
- A student loan calculator which calculates monthly student loan repayments.
- More than 70 helpful articles for students on a variety of topics including college admission, careers, specialty colleges, online degree programs, campus life, College scholarships, financial aid, study tips, time management, and more.
- A comprehensive list of Christian colleges, including those that offer online degree programs.
- A complete list of Catholic colleges, including those offering online undergraduate and graduate degrees.
- A state-by-state list (with links) of historically black colleges and universities.
A Quick Guide for the Students
As this website has hundreds of pages… not just the ten listed above, you’ll also find articles and advice on
- College selection and careers,
- Choosing a major field of study,
- Financing your education with college scholarships and financial aid,
- Earning an online degree,
- Becoming a top student,
- Writing good admission and scholarship essays,
- Avoiding the ten biggest mistakes college students often make,
- Dealing with exceptionally demanding professors, and a lot more.