Thursday, April 2, 2015

U of A hopes to boost enrollment with online classes - Cynthia Washington, Tucson News

The University of Arizona is exploring new ways to make up for nearly $30 million in state funding cuts. One way may be boosting the number of people taking university classes online. Starting Fall 2015, the U of A will be offering 21 undergraduate programs that are all completely online. These online classes are geared to 25 to 34 year olds. Administrators say the online classes are for anyone that doesn't have the time to physically go to class. This is a plus for the university. The school will be able to admit more students, which means more money, all while current students don't have to worry about overcrowding in classrooms.

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