Located along the Eastern Seaboard in Virginia Beach, Virginia, is a private four year university that caters mostly to graduate students, though it has a small undergraduate population as well. The school technically identifies itself as Christian, but it is interdenominational and open to all students. The graduate degree offering schools within the University are the School of Communication & Arts, the School of Divinity, the School of Education, the School of Global Leadership & Entrepreneurship, the Robertson School of Government, the School of Law, and the School of Psychology & Counseling.
Founded in 1877, is an established institution with a strong reputation for providing values-centered Jesuit education. It is the goal of Regis faculty and staff to produce strong community leaders and educated members of society through online education.
Since its founding in 1921, (RMU) has been delivering academic excellence with a professional focus. The private, coeducational university now offers online degree programs, enabling students to juggle work, travel, family, and home while advancing their education in fields from English Studies, Applied Psychology, and Health Services to Business. The online curricula provide contents identical to those used at the RMU campus, delivered through cutting-edge Internet delivery model in direct response to the needs of working students who either live a great distance from the University or have little free time to spend in a classroom.
Located in Bristol, Rhode Island, Roger Williams University is a private, coeducational institution committed to the liberal arts. The university, which has the mantra of "learning to bridge the world," is focused on preparing students to be leading and useful citizens in an increasingly global world. Students can choose from 42 academic programs for both undergraduate and graduate study, ranging from architecture to theatre. The university first offered online courses in 2004.