Online College Rankings 2010: Rankings by Student-Faculty Ratio

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It’s well-known that when provided with one-on-one interaction with faculty and professors, students become more engaged in their studies and excel academically. A college’s student-to-faculty ratio is a good indicator of how much personal interaction with faculty and professors prospective students can expect. The lower the student-to-faculty ratio, the more attractive a college should become.

The student-to-faculty ratios listed below are provided by Peterson’s College Search (http://www.petersons.com/college-search.aspx).

RankCollegeStudent-Faculty Ratio
1 Western International University 1 to 11
2 Grand Canyon University 1 to 13
3 Upper Iowa University 1 to 14
4 Salem International University 1 to 14
5 North Central University 1 to 15
6 Post University 1 to 16
7 Champlain College 1 to 16
8 Everest University 1 to 17
9 Bellevue University 1 to 21
10 Jones International University 1 to 22
11 Westwood College 1 to 30
12 Walden University 1 to 33
13 Ashford University 1 to 35
14 Western Governors University no data
15 Colorado Technical University no data
16 Nova Southeastern University no data
17 Keiser University no data
18 Everglades University no data
19 South University no data
20 DeVry University no data
21 Liberty University Online no data
22 Kaplan University no data
23 Capella University no data
24 Rasmussen College no data
25 University of Phoenix no data
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For more information regarding these rankings, we invite you to consult the in-depth documentation on our ranking methodology. Disclaimer: Many online colleges are not included in above rankings due to lack of publicly available data.