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Using Search Engines to find Colleges and Online Learning Programs is an easy way to compare course curriculums, costs, and other criteria in choosing a learning program.

Many colleges now have online classes where you are at home, on the Internet with other members of a class taught by a professor at the same time. However, there are also online scam schemes to get your money who are not accredited colleges and the certificate received is absolutely worthless. So be sure to check out all information available on the particular institution you are researching.

There are also many scholarship programs available and one of the challenges is to find them all. Again a word of caution, if you have to pay money, to get money for scholarships - it is probably a scam. Again, validate your sources to make sure they are real.

Below are several links to some sites to help you get started in your Colleges and Online Learning Programs search.


See ResourceRecommendations. Feel free to add additional resources to these lists, but please follow the guidelines on ResourceRecommendations including ResourceRecommendations#Guidelines_for_Rating_Resources.


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