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Notre Dame College

Distance learning is indeed a life saver for many Notre Dame College students. They see their online learning experience as the perfect complement to a busy schedule involving work, social and familial commitments.

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Concordia University - Saint Paul

Concordia University - St. Paul, founded in 1893 to provide a Christian learning environment for high school students now offering online degree programs.

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King University

King University, located in Bristol, Tennessee, the twin city of Bristol, Virginia, is a Presbyterian-affiliated school structured on a university model. The Graduate and Professional Studies (GPS) department at King has designed Web-enhanced and completely online degrees to eliminate the challenges facing adult learners who need educational opportunities close to where they work and live.

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