America’s Top Online Colleges 2024
Your Personal Award
In it’s third year, Statista in collaboration with Newsweek, has recognized America’s Top Online Colleges 2024. 200 of the nations leading online colleges were awarded based on an innovative methodology consisting of four data sources: Institutional Indicators, Rating of Experience, Overall Satisfaction, and an Overall Recommendation score.
Marketing & PR
This kit includes prepared graphics and artwork which support the immediate usage of the award in your marketing and communication campaigns.
Wallpapers & Backgrounds
Prepared backgrounds for your desktop and company mobile phone. The package also includes backgrounds for video meetings.
Create momentum among your followers! Prepared artworks for Social Media (e.g. Facebook, X and Instagram) for time-efficient usage of the award on your social media channels.
E-Mail Signatures & Web Banner
In order to use the logo immediately, the media kit contains a prepared artwork for signature strips and a web banner. This will help you to get even more frequency on the award-communication.
About the project
The ranking for America’s Top Online Colleges 2024 is based on an online survey among U.S. residents who have used online learning service offers to obtain an academic degree via online courses.
Between 06/05/2023 and 07/17/2023, Statista surveyed more than 9,000 individuals in the United States. Survey respondents indicated which institutions they used to obtain an online degree. In a next step, respondents shared their experiences by rating the institutions regarding several criteria. Finally, respondents could indicate how satisfied they were with the organization and to what extent they would recommend it to others.
User reviews and additional institutional indicators were transformed into score values and aggregated towards a final score. To receive an award, institutions needed an above average total score value. The awarded institutions received either five stars, if their final score value is above the median score of all awarded institutions, or four stars, if their score is below this threshold.
Online students surveyed