*SUNNYVALE, Calif. — Historically Black Colleges & Universities have played a pivotal role in our nation’s history.
As higher education moves online, many HBCU’s are offering online education opportunities for their students.
In its mission to help students keep college reasonably priced, AffordableSchools.net has highlighted the most affordable online opportunities currently offered by HBCU institutions. You can view the full list here: http://affordableschools.net/most-affordable-online-bachelors-degree-hbcus/
Many students will choose the flexibility of online education as they balance an increasingly busy and complex life with the degree they are pursuing. With the growth of demand for online education, HBCUs are increasingly offering some of their programs online.
The idea was to make a ranking of HBCUs that are committed both to keeping costs low, and offering the flexibility of online schooling.
Here’s a list of schools recognized for being the most affordable Historically Black Colleges & Universities offering online programs:
Oakwood University – Huntsville, Alabama
Hampton University – Hampton, Virginia
Claflin University – Orangeburg, South Carolina
Howard University – Washington, District of Columbia
Johnson C Smith University – Charlotte, North Carolina
Paul Quinn College – Dallas, Texas
Bethune-Cookman University – Daytona Beach, Florida
Morgan State University – Baltimore, Maryland
Wilberforce University – Wilberforce, Ohio
Fort Valley State University – Fort Valley, Georgia
Virginia University of Lynchburg – Lynchburg, Virginia
Norfolk State University – Norfolk, Virginia
Alabama A & M University – Normal, Alabama
Delaware State University – Dover, Delaware
Jackson State University – Jackson, Mississippi
Talladega College – Talladega, Alabama
Langston University – Langston, Oklahoma
Albany State University – Albany, Georgia
Southern University and A & M College – Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Prairie View A & M University – Prairie View, Texas
Lincoln University – Jefferson City, Missouri
North Carolina Central University – Durham, North Carolina
Tennessee State University – Nashville, Tennessee
Coppin State University – Baltimore, Maryland
Winston-Salem State University – Winston-Salem, North Carolina
North Carolina A & T State University – Greensboro, North Carolina
Bluefield State College – Bluefield, West Virginia
Kentucky State University – Frankfort, Kentucky
West Virginia State University – Charleston, WV
Fayetteville State University – Fayetteville, North Carolina
AffordableSchools.net developed this list as part of its overall commitment to helping students find the most affordable and flexible solutions to higher education. Historically black colleges and universities are playing a vital part of that process.
AffordableSchools.net (http://www.affordableschools.net) is an independent college search and rankings site with a focus on affordable colleges and programs within higher education. It publishes a number of rankings series, focusing on variety of categories, including affordable Bachelor’s degrees (various subjects), affordable Bachelor’s degree colleges by state, affordable online degree programs, niche rankings, resource lists, and much more. The site is designed to make your college search easier.
Raj Kumar Dash
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