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Best Online Colleges for 2015Below you will find the top online universities in America sorted by graduation rates. More specifically the statistics below represent the percentage of full-time, first-time students who graduated within 150% of the “normal time” to completion for their program. For example, this would be within 6 years for most bachelor programs.

Why we like graduation rates?

Because the reason we go to college is to hopefully finish on the other side with a degree. You may want to investigate colleges with low graduation rates and try to figure out what may be preventing more students from successfully finishing their degrees.

Some schools below do not have a graduation rate either because they have multiple campuses or they were not admitting students during the 2005-06 academic year. We did not include graduation rate for these schools into their overall ranking. Data represents overall graduation rates for students who began their studies in Fall 2005.

Best Graduation Rates for 2015

1) Pennsylvania State University - World Campus - Graduation Rate: 87
2) University of Florida - Graduation Rate: 84
3) George Washington University - Graduation Rate: 81
4) Marist College - Graduation Rate: 80
5) Full Sail University - Graduation Rate: 80
6) University of Denver - Graduation Rate: 78
7) Northeastern University - Graduation Rate: 77
8) St. Joseph's University - Graduation Rate: 76
9) Linfield College - Graduation Rate: 73
10) University of West Georgia - Graduation Rate: 69

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