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  • American InterContinental University Read more

    In 1970, Americans Jack and Helen Barnette founded American InterContinental University (AIU) in Lucerne, Switzerland. By 1976, the school opened up a second campus in Atlanta, Georgia, and relocated the Lucerne campus to London. From the beginning, AIU was thinking outside the box, focusing its curriculum on what would prepare students for viable careers rather […]

  • Capella University Read more

    Traditional universities often pose difficulties for career-oriented adults and parents. With daily obligations, such adults find it difficult to fit classes into their schedules. Most traditional universities do not provide all required coursework during evenings and weekends, especially not at the undergraduate level. Seeing the difficulties that scheduling posed, Stephen Shank, the former CEO of […]

  • Everest University Read more

    Everest University is a member of Corinthian Colleges, Inc., a company dedicated to career-oriented education for adults. Everest itself boasts over 100 campuses throughout the United States as well as multiple online degree programs. With its Tampa campus having roots that go as far back as 1890, during which Tampa College was established as Florida’s […]

  • Grand Canyon University Read more

    In 1949, Grand Canyon University first opened its doors to 93 students at a small campus in Prescott, Ariz. Today, GCU has more than 20,000 undergraduates and boasts a 90-acre campus in Phoenix, complete with state-of-the-art amenities, including an Olympic size pool, student recreation center, and new 5,000-seat arena. Grand Canyon University offers a variety […]

  • Kaplan University Read more

    Kaplan University was initially established as the American Institute of Commerce in 1937, after which it became known as Quest College. When Kaplan Inc. purchased Quest Education Corporation in 2000, Quest became known as Kaplan University. Today, Kaplan boasts more than 61,000 students, 11 physical campuses, and 200 academic programs. Through its traditional campuses and […]

  • Liberty University Read more

    Liberty University was founded in 1971 as a brick and mortar institution in Lynchburg, Va., offering a higher education grounded in Christian principles. Soon, the school became a pioneer in online education, launching its distance-learning program in 1985. Thanks to its robust, growing enrollment, with more than 60,000 students in its online program and more […]

  • Post University Read more

    Post University was established in 1890 as a business school in Connecticut, with the goal of preparing students for the working world. From that moment, Post University embarked on a mission to broaden its scope and reach out to even more students. In 1939, it became Post Junior College, and in 1976, it received accreditation […]

  • Strayer University Read more

    Strayer University’s roots can be traced back to a Dr. S. Irving Strayer, who began a small Baltimore business school in 1892 as a way to provide working adults with an affordable, convenient education that would educate them on the changing business model at the time. More than 119 years later, Stayer’s vision has expanded […]

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