We’re on the map

Come in, say hello, and take a tour of your local campus. Get a taste of all the resources you could be enjoying as a student here.* Then decide whether you prefer to take in-person college campus courses or learn entirely online.

Either way, you’ll gain a powerful and relevant education, backed by a community of supportive advisors, faculty members and alumni along the way.

*Not all resources are available at all campuses. Check your campus page to see what resources are available.


On-campus
resources

From Math and Writing tutoring, to computer labs, career services and veteran support meeting and study spaces, our resources are designed with your success in mind.

Built-in
networking

When you attend classes on campus, you’ll meet classmates and faculty members every week — many of which are working adults you can network with. 

Face-to-face
support

Get the help you need when you need it. Whether it’s figuring out how your online student portal works or meeting alumni and businesses at career events and fairs.

Blend how you learn

Everybody learns differently. While some students prefer a classroom setting, others learn in an online environment. Many also enjoy a combination of both. That’s why we offer blended learning options, so you can get the best of both worlds.

General Studies Track*
Depending on your schedule, and if you’re looking to pursue a bachelor’s degree, you can take some general education courses on campus and complete the remainder of your program online.

FlexNet Programs*
With our FlexNet programs for bachelor’s and MBA courses, you’ll attend the first and last class of each course in-person, while the rest of the course is online.

To learn more about these programs, please contact your local campus.

* While widely available, not all programs or courses are available in all locations or in both online and on-campus formats. Please check with a University Enrollment Representative.