Arizona Online has recently moved up in U.S. News Rankings as a rising star for online bachelor's programs.
According to Wildcat Arizona, the university's online program is now tied 11th of 353 programs for the 2020 ranking for Best Online Bachelor's Programs by U.S. News & World report, which was released on Jan. 14.
Arizona Online has moved up 70 spots in total since the school first was featured on the report in 2017.
"The way the U.S. News & World report works is in order to be able to share information about graduation outcomes, the program has to be in existence for a total of four years based on a graduation timeline," Carmin Chan, director of online student success at Arizona Online, said.
The school's success is a combination of the hard work of students and the faculty and school's employees.
Arizona University attempts to provide students with equal educational experiences even in the online setting.