Accredited Online Colleges Based in Connecticut

School Accepts Transfer Credits Freshman Acceptance Rate Financial Aid Rate Graduation Rate

800 Country Club Rd
Waterbury, CT 6723
(800) 345-2562

No N/A 89% 25%

55 Paul J Manafort Dr
New Britain, CT 6053
(860) 515-3800

No N/A 21% N/A

950 Main Street
Hartford, CT 6103
(860) 906-5000

No N/A 93% 8%

100 Training Hill Rd
Middletown, CT 6457
(860) 343-5701

No N/A 55% 13%

1678 Asylum Avenue
West Hartford, CT 6117
(860) 232-4571

No N/A 99% 58%

271 Scott Swamp Road
Farmington, CT 6032
(860) 255-3500

No N/A 61% 7%

245 Clinton Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11205
(718) 940-5300

No N/A 95% 68%

700 Prospect St
New Haven, CT 6511
(203) 773-8550

No N/A 95% 53%

126 Park Avenue
Bridgeport, CT 6604
(203) 576-4000

No N/A 98% 34%

77 Sherman Street
Hartford, CT 6105
(860) 509-9500

No N/A N/A N/A

200 Bloomfield Ave
West Hartford, CT 6117
(860) 768-4100

No N/A 99% 51%

33 Prospect Hill Rd
Cromwell, CT 6416
(860) 632-3010

No N/A N/A N/A

574 New London Turnpike
Norwich, CT 6360
(860) 886-0177

No N/A 60% 11%

300 Boston Post Road
West Haven, CT 6516
(203) 932-7000

No N/A 97% 52%

275 Mount Carmel Avenue
Hamden, CT 6518
(203) 582-8200

No N/A 86% 75%

5151 Park Avenue
Fairfield, CT 6825
(203) 371-7999

No N/A 97% 63%

501 Crescent Street
New Haven, CT 6515
(203) 392-5200

No N/A 81% 44%

352 Mansfield Road
Storrs, CT 6269
(860) 486-2000

No N/A 79% 82%

One Riverside Drive
East Hartford, CT 6118
(860) 528-4111

No N/A 100% 29%

2800 Main St
Bridgeport, CT 6606
(203) 576-5235

No N/A 100% 60%

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Connecticut Schools vs US State Average

Graduation Rate and Average Test score at Public 4-year Institutions

    • 68941% Connecticut
      Graduation Rate
    • 1525 SAT Connecticut
      Average Test Score
    • 56% National
      Graduation Rate
    • 21.1 ACT National
      Average Test Score

Average Tuitions and Fees in Connecticut

  • CT US
    Public 2-Year
  • CT US
    Public 4-Year
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    Private 4-year

Connecticut Institutions

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    Degree-Granting Institutions
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    Private Not-For-Profit Institutions
  • CT US
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Connecticut has long been recognized as a manufacturing state and a leader in industrial development

Connecticut has long been recognized as a manufacturing state and a leader in industrial development. Perhaps its largest industrial output is transportation equipment, such as jet aircraft engines, helicopters, and nuclear submarines. The state is also widely known for its involvement in the insurance industry, with 106 insurance companies calling it home. Education is another major source of economic growth in Connecticut, and Yale is one of the largest employers in the state. Agriculture and farming also have a significant role in Connecticut's economy. This $3.5 billion industry is mostly driven by dairy farming, tobacco, nursery stock, and other "green" industries.

Connecticut's top employers are Aetna, Bayer, Boehringer Ingelheim, ESPN, and GE. If you want to get your foot in the door at one of these top employers or work for the state's biggest industries, you'll need a college degree. Although employment requirements vary from place to place, most big employers require a minimum of a bachelor's degree. Most importantly, you need to make sure your degree comes from an accredited college or university that meets specific academic standards. Although employment is never guaranteed, having a degree from accredited brick-and-mortar or online colleges and universities can improve your chances of being interviewed or considered for a job in your desired field.

Many of Connecticut's most renowned and selective universities offer online courses and degrees in addition to their campus-based programs. The University of Connecticut offers a variety of online graduate and non-credit programs through its Center for Continuing Studies. In-state and out-of-state students can choose from UConn's vast list of online course offerings that cover everything from general undergraduate subjects to niche master's degree programs, like human resources management, homeland security leadership, and humanitarian services administration. Many of the private universities in Connecticut now offer online courses and degree programs as well.

There are numerous private for-profit and non-profit institutions in the state, including big and small online schools. University of Phoenix, Lincoln Technical Institute, and Branford Hall Career Institute are some of the bigger online schools with a strong presence in Connecticut. Those who want to attend a smaller online school with more career-oriented programs can go to Post University or Sanford-Brown.