Taking your next educational step is a big decision, and we encourage you to think carefully about which college or university offers you the best opportunity for success.

Many students enjoy the convenience and quality of online classes. With a computer and an Internet connection, you can attend class from anywhere – while at home, working, traveling, vacationing, camping, etc. Most (not all) online programs provide complete schedule flexibility so you can "do school" when you want. Assignment and participation deadlines still need to be met, but most students can make online courses work for them even with a hectic or unpredictable schedule.

When you are selecting any college or university, be sure to research the school's accreditation, reputation, tuition/financial aid, and student support.

Public Colleges and Universities

Stephan F. Austin State University
http://www.sfaonline.sfasu.edu/

Texas Tech University
http://www.depts.ttu.edu/distancelearning/programs/

Texas Woman's University
http://www.twu.edu/de/online-degrees.asp

University of North Texas
http://www.untecampus.com/

Texas A&M University
http://distance.tamu.edu/

University of Texas - Dallas
http://www.utdallas.edu/student/registrar/lookup/distance.html

Private Colleges and Universities

Abilene Christian University
http://www.acu.edu/graduate/degree-programs/online-programs/index.html

If you have further questions contact Kandi Hoye-Nixon, coordinator of university partnerships, at 972.985.3734.

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