UF Online Undergraduate Programs Ranked in Nation’s Top 20 Overall and Top 15 for Veterans

January 15, 2017

GAINESVILLE, FLA. – UF Online was ranked among the top 20 online undergraduate programs in the nation in two categories by U.S. News and World Report.

In the Best Online Bachelor’s Programs list released earlier this year, UF Online was ranked No. 20 based on the following factors: student engagement (40 percent); faculty credentials and training (20 percent); student services and technology (20 percent); and peer reputation (20 percent).

UF Online was ranked No. 14 in Best Online Bachelor’s Programs for Veterans, which recognizes the best distance education options that are affordable, accessible and reputable for veterans and active-duty service members.

“We are very pleased with the rankings and what they signify for our students, faculty and alumni,” says Evangeline Cummings, Assistant Provost and Director of UF Online. “We are proud to offer online undergraduate education programs that feature high-quality academics, award-winning faculty and an unparalleled online student experience. As we move forward, we remain focused welcoming the most qualified students into the best online undergraduate educational experience. We are proud to be recognized by U.S. News for these efforts for our students.”

UF has been offering online undergraduate degree programs since 2001. Students can select from 19 majors across a variety of disciplines as well as seven minors and work with a dedicated academic advisor to design their own academic pathway. Degree programs are continually being added. Visit ufonline.ufl.edu to learn more.

Review the rankings for the Best Online Bachelor’s Programs as well as the Best Online Bachelor’s Programs for Veterans on the U.S. News site. Read more details about UF Online in its U.S. News profile.