ULM receives national ranking for “best value online programs”

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CollegeStart.org–an online resource for campus and online education–has ranked the University of Louisiana Monroe’s online platform, eULM, as one of the “Best Value Online Programs” in the nation, and no. 1 in the state.

“It’s (ULM) the top university in Louisiana and offers students an array of degree programs starting from associate to doctorate levels,” according to the ranking.  

Other universities that made the list include the University of Auburn, University of Connecticut, Kansas State University, and Mississippi College.

The accredited online universities were selected based on the following criteria: graduation rate, cost, acceptance rate, enrollment rate, retention rate, student to faculty ratio, percentage of students receiving financial aid, and loan default rate.

eULM’s General Studies associate degree program prepares students for necessary careers in banking, sales, customer service, and clerical work.

Other online degrees are offered through the departments of Health Sciences, Education, Business, Humanities, and Behavioral Sciences.

Prospective students may pursue other programs such as Elementary Education, MA in teaching, Radiologic Technology, Dental Hygiene, Criminal Justice, and more. Doctoral programs in Education and Marriage and Family Therapy are also available for advanced students.

ULM is a high quality school with a low cost education. Being recognized on a national level for its affordability and its post-graduation success only enforces the growth of the university in the upcoming years.

 Students seeking an online degree in fields offered are encouraged to apply.

For more information about the ranking, visit https://www.collegestart.org/rankings.

For more information about online programs at ULM and the application process, visit http://ulm.edu/onlinedegrees/.

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