The University of Florida continues to rise in national recognition for its online undergraduate programs. Released today, the U.S. News & World Report 2021 now ranks UF Online No. 3 in the country for best online bachelor’s programs.
With these new rankings, UF Online rises another spot from 2020’s No. 4 national ranking. UF Online’s ascension can be attributed to the hard work of UF faculty and staff, delivering engaging and robust academic programs for students around the world. Notably, with these 2021 rankings, UF now sits at No. 1 across all elite Association of American Universities (AAU) institutions, delivering the best online AAU bachelor’s program in the country.
“The University of Florida is showing the world and its peer research institutions what a modern research university is capable of when it embraces new forms of undergraduate learning pathways, all while remaining true to its ideals and commitments to academic excellence,” said Evangeline Cummings, assistant provost and director of UF Online.
Among the 2021 rankings, UF Online also earns the No. 2 rank nationally for the best online bachelor’s program for veterans. This recognition is based on both UF Online’s academic quality and success in enrolling and financially supporting veterans, active duty, reserve, and other military-affiliated students.
Designated a yellow ribbon school, UF offers a variety of military support services, including the UF Collegiate Veterans Success Center, Office of Student Veteran Success, and Collegiate Veterans Society. Via UF Online, these military-affiliated Gators can succeed wherever their orders take them.
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