It's Your Time. Imagine the Possibilities.

There's never been a better time to finish your degree. VSU's Online College for Career Advancement makes taking the next steps easier than ever. 100% online degree programs offer flexibility and the most affordable online tuition cost nationwide. With eight high-demand programs and the simple process of transferring credits, we believe our Online College is the perfect place to continue your education. We are ready to help write your success story. 

Tuition and Aid

  • One of the Lowest Tuition Costs Nationwide

    At just $299 per credit hour, earning your degree is both attainable and affordable. We're here to help you find ways to save - from financial aid to transfer credits. At VSU's Online College your experience matters! Use our Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) process to potentially earn credits.

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Our Tuition Rate

$299 per credit hour

Our programs are designed to accelerate your position in the modern workforce with absolutely no hidden fees.

Source of data: For each institution, the data is publicly available on Tuition and fees pages.

Compare Tuition Rates

% reflects the cost greater than Valdosta States Online College.
7%
Additional Costs: Graduation Fee, Books

SNHU: $320 per credit hour

25%
Additional Costs: One fee per course

Phoenix: $398 per credit hour

28%
Additional Costs: One fee per quarter

Capella: $357 - $411 per credit hour

  • Valdosta State University is synonymous with student support. There is always someone ready to answer my questions, so I know there’s an entire team on this journey with me. This is a wonderful place to get your degree!
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    Melissa Wolf
    College of the Arts
  • I had always heard about the student experience at Valdosta State University, and I’ve discovered that it is 100% true. The hospitality is real, the professors are passionate and compassionate, and there’s always someone to ask for help. If you’re ready to finish your degree, you won’t find a better place than VSU.
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    Jalen Smith
    College of Education and Human Services