Rasmussen College is a private, for-profit institution that awards certificates, associate, and bachelor’s degrees, among others. It has campuses in major cities across several states, including Kansas, Minnesota, Florida, Illinois, Wisconsin, and North Dakota. There are 24 Rasmussen campuses in all. Rasmussen also has an online division that allows students to access their degree programs from anywhere in the country.
Rasmussen College was established in 1900 in St. Paul, Minnesota with the goal of providing career-oriented education. Rasmussen opened its online division in 2002 and has continued to accommodate the needs of the modern student through flexible degree programs in design, criminal justice, nursing, business, health sciences, and technology.
Rasmussen offers bachelor’s degrees, associate degrees, certificates, and diplomas through fully online programs. Certificates are awarded in the areas of health sciences, business, justice studies, and technology and design, including a paralegal certificate, a pharmacy technician diploma, and a Web design diploma. Associate degrees area available in these disciplines as well, in addition to an associate degree in early childhood education. Students interested in earning a bachelor’s degree can consider programs in health information management, business degree like accounting and business management, criminal justice, nursing for RNs, and digital design and animation.
Online students at Rasmussen benefit from virtual resources designed to help them succeed. Rasmussen prides itself on extensive student support with academics, technology, and career placement. Tutors are available at no cost to students in the area of math, science, English, writing, Spanish, and others. Technical support is available to help students access their courses, install software applications related to their coursework, and troubleshoot problems.
Rasmussen College designs admission requirements for students at varying stages of their educational career. Prospective Rasmussen students include high school students entering college for the first time, adult students hoping to complete a degree, current students transferring credits from another institution, and military personnel. Rasmussen requires all students to begin the process by connecting with one of their program managers.
Financial aid is available for qualifying students.
Rasmussen College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
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