FAQ

What is DegreesOnline.education?

DegreesOnline.education is an online resource for college students, career changers, and working professionals with continuing education needs. DegreesOnline.education helps students research a wide variety of online learning options by providing impactful college news, career articles, financial aid information, and more. DegreesOnline.education also makes it easy for students to search its directory of sponsored listings and find relevant online schools, online degrees, online certificates, or online courses.

DegreesOnline.education is owned and operated by Astoria Company, an industry leader in higher education marketing. Astoria Company's headquarters is located at 2711 Centerville Road, Suite 400, Wilmington, DE 19808. Visit astoriacompany.com for more information.

Is DegreesOnline.education an online college?

No, DegreesOnline.education is not a college. Our site does not offer online classes or any type of college credit. Instead, DegreesOnline.education represents hundreds of sponsoring schools and colleges, helping prospective students find more college options in a single, online directory.

Am I required to “join,” or create an account before I can receive college information?

No, you are not required to register for anything on the DegreesOnline.education website. However, if you find a college program or several college programs that match your interests, and you wish to be contacted by an enrollment counselor (by phone, email, and/or postal mail), you will need to provide some basic information about yourself. When you submit your information request, you must also agree that DegreesOnline.education may contact you with follow-up notices and advice.

If you decide you are no longer interested in receiving updates and college information, you may opt out of DegreesOnline.education's emails at any time. If you decide you do not wish to be contacted by the college(s) you selected, you must contact the college(s) directly, and ask to be removed from any contact lists. DegreesOnline.education cannot retract information that has already been submitted to sponsoring schools, and DegreesOnline.education cannot make opt-out requests on your behalf.

Is my information safe with DegreesOnline.education? What is DegreesOnline.education's Privacy Policy?

DegreesOnline.education is committed to protecting your privacy. Please read our Privacy Policy before submitting any of your personal information.

How long will it take for a school I am interested in to contact me?

When you request information about a college program, you will generally hear from the school within one or two days. If for some reason you do not hear from the school, please feel free to contact us at 877.824.7954, and we will be happy to match you with another school.

I am an International Student. Which schools should I consider?

The sponsoring colleges listed on the DegreesOnline.education site all offer different advantages and attributes. Some may have more experience supporting international students. You can learn more about each school’s history and scope by reading DegreesOnline.education's school descriptions.

I would like personal help trying to find a school. What should I do?

For personal support, contact our student advisors team. Student advisors can be reached Monday through Friday, from 9am to 8pm, at 877.824.7954. Advisors will ask you a series of questions and walk you through the process of finding a relevant college program.

How many schools and programs does DegreesOnline.education list?

The exact number of schools and programs changes on a daily basis, but the site generally lists thousands of programs from hundreds of online and campus-based schools. That being said, DegreesOnline.education does not list all existing online college options. The school and program directories on the site are only inclusive of sponsored listings.

I can’t find an online program that matches my desired field. What should I do?

Check back on a regular basis! We are constantly working with new schools and adding new programs, to make sure we have a wide variety of online learning options.