Frequently Asked Questions
Vaughn’s online programs and courses are priced identically to our on campus classes. Some certificate programs, however, may have a slightly different pricing structure.
There are three primary advantages of online learning.
- Accessibility: Your course is open to you 24/7 during the semester. You only need access to the internet to login.
- Flexibility: You can arrange learning around your life’s schedule. Or, add an extra class to your on-campus schedule.
- Affordability: No need for commuting costs to campus, or for residence hall expenses.
No, not all classes are offered online. There are five select Vaughn degree programs that are offered entirely online. Additionally, many other individual courses are also offered online. Check the Course Scheduler each semester for a listing of all online offerings.
No, the degree is equivalent to one earned on-campus, and at the same cost.
Distance learning allows a student to have the same opportunity to learn regardless of his or her geographic location. Programs and courses are offered through the internet or by video in a format taught by a qualified faculty member. Learning materials, resources and assignments are all presented online and in an asynchronous method. On-campus attendance is not required.
Vaughn College will evaluate transfer credit from other colleges and universities. An official transcript should be submitted. Generally, a grade of C or better is required for a course to be accepted for transfer credit.
If you have web access, you can reach Vaughn’s course materials and assignments. That’s the flexibility an online course offers. You can take it anywhere you go!
Vaughn’s online classes mirror the schedules offered on campus. Fall and spring terms are 16 weeks in duration, and two six-week summer sessions are also offered.
Distance learning links instructors, students, and resources in different geographic locations using various technologies.