Colorado State University Continuing Education

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Colorado State University OnlinePlus (Division of Continuing Education)
Established 1967
Location Fort Collins, Loveland, Denver, and Brighton, Colorado, United States

Colorado State University OnlinePlus (formally named the Division of Continuing Education) is a service provider of online and distance education, as well as face-to-face classes at learning centers along Colorado’s Front Range, to students who are not able to attend classes on campus at CSU.

Colorado State University OnlinePlus offers accredited undergraduate degree completion programs, accredited graduate degrees, and professional development training and certificate programs.

Colorado State University is regionally accredited by The Higher Learning Commission, a Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCASC).[1]

Admission is not required to take many online courses, as long as students meet the prerequisites. Colorado State University OnlinePlus courses are approved for the DANTES program for military personnel on active duty.[2]

Most online credit courses are offered with the same the term dates as those of the CSU campus. The CSU OnlinePlus website lists courses available each term. Each course specifies its delivery method: online, audio conference, video streaming, DVD and VCD, videotape, correspondence, CD-ROM, on-campus, or a combination. CSU OnlinePlus uses RamCT as its online learning platform to conduct all online credit courses.[3]

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