Graduate with less student debt—or none at all1.
By going faster, you save even more.
Personalized, one-on-one faculty support.
Online college education to fit modern life.
98% employer satisfaction with WGU grads2.
A degree that can pay for itself faster3.
"The world is changing and Ohio is changing with it. We’re happy to have WGU here in Ohio to help make it happen."
In Ohio we’ve been working to better align education and workforce training systems to help more people get on a path to a rewarding career. WGU is now a partner in our state offering competency-based education to help adult learners looking to develop the skills they need for the jobs of the future.
WGU Ohio offers programs through the accreditation of our national partner, Western Governors University. The Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities first accredited WGU in 2003 and reaffirmed it in 2016, noting WGU's “institution-wide focus on helping students succeed.”
University Research & Review has named WGU a Best Value School four years running, saying: “Every adult considering enrolling in an online degree program should take a close look at WGU, one of the most innovative schools we’ve seen.”
WGU's Teachers College degree programs are accredited by NCATE (CAEP), the premier specialized accrediting body for teacher preparation recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.
The bachelor’s and master’s nursing degree programs at Western Governors University are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE, 655 K Street, NW, Suite 750, Washington, DC 20001, 202-887-6791). WGU's CCNE accreditation extends until June of 2024, as the commission issues accreditations in 10-year increments.
WGU's College of Business programs are accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP), a leading specialized accreditation association for business education. ACBSP accredits business, accounting, and business-related programs at all program levels worldwide.
“WGU offers degree programs in fields that will help our state address critical workforce needs. WGU’s affordability and online, competency-based learning model provide another option for busy adults to earn a degree as they balance work and family responsibilities."—John Carey, University System of Ohio Chancellor
You know what a bachelor’s or master’s degree can do for your career—and for your family’s future. Our surprisingly low tuition, flexible online path to your degree, and personalized faculty support make WGU Ohio the right choice. Apply now for a WGU Ohio Scholarship.
Across the nation, WGU graduates are considered leaders and innovators in their professions—at top companies and organizations such as Amazon, Cedars-Sinani, Google, Goldman Sachs, Microsoft, the Mayo Clinic, and the United Nations.
Whether you're looking to further a career in business, education, healthcare, or IT, we have the degree program to match your talents and interests.
See for yourself where a WGU degree can take you.
All of our degree programs are carefully chosen with employment and success in mind. Our special model for online-learning is designed for the working adult, and our commitment to keep costs down means better ROI for our graduates.
No need to wait for spring or fall semester. It's back-to-school time at WGU year-round. Get started by talking to an Enrollment Counselor today, and you'll be on your way to realizing your dream of a bachelor's or master's degree—sooner than you might think!
¹ Since the launch of WGU's Responsible Borrowing Initiative in 2013, average borrowing per WGU student has decreased by more than 40%. Undergraduate students at WGU graduate with less than half the debt of the national average.
2 In a 2017 Harris Poll survey of 301 employers of WGU graduates, 98% said their WGU grads meet or exceed expectations; 91% said "exceed."
3 WGU graduates, on average, increase their annual income by $10,100 within two years of graduation. With an average cost of $15,000 for a bachelor's degree, the average return on investment for a WGU degree is less than two years. Source: 2017 Harris Poll Online survey.