Connecticut Distance Learning

CDLC РThe Connecticut Distance Learning Consortium has been providing eLearning services to the Kindergarten through 20 plus community for over a decade. It serves a national audience of educators, workforce trainers, non-profit and government agencies by providing  turn-key customized solutions.

Connecticut Community Colleges – CCC offers distance education using the Blackboard Vista online course management tool. It has an open door admission policy as it admits all students who have earned a high school diploma or GED equivalent. No SAT score is required. A full-time student taking 12 credits or more per semester will pay just over $2,000 on average for tuition and fees per year.

Charter Oak State College – COSC offers the option to complete your degree entirely online. It is a distance learning college that was established originally in 1973 to assist adults in completing higher education degrees. It is is fully accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges and the Connecticut State Board for Higher Education.

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