Start College Today

Barry Lenson

Start College Today

Start College TodayHave your plans to attend college stalled?

If so, it’s hardly a wonder. After all, applying to college is a pretty off-putting process. You have to get your high school transcripts sent to the colleges where you want to apply. You have to take the SAT, the ACT and other standardized tests. You have to write an application essay for the standard application, and maybe a few more if required. You have to get people to write recommendation letters for you. You have to fill out the FAFSA to get financial aid, and you have to apply for loans. Maybe you also have to schedule interviews and college visits.

What a process. No wonder if you’ve been delaying. But there’s another option for you. You can enroll today in courses at StraighterLine and start taking college courses today.

Over the last year, the course developers at StraighterLine have been working hard to introduce new college-level courses to our lineup, and the results of their work are impressive. It is now more possible than ever to complete your first year of college online for $999. And you can get started today.

Here’s a list of some of the colllege courses you can choose from . . .


  • College Algebra
  • Precalculus
  • General Calculus I
  • General Calculus II
  • Business Statistics


  • Introduction to Business
  • Accounting I
  • Accounting II
  • Managerial Accounting
  • Economics I: Macroeconomics
  • Economics II: Microeconomics


  • English Composition I
  • English Composition II
  • Business Communication


  • Introductory Biology for Nonmajors
  • Introductory Biology for Nonmajors with Lab
  • General Chemistry I
  • General Chemistry I & Lab
  • Anatomy & Physiology I
  • Anatomy & Physiology I with Lab
  • Anatomy & Physiology II
  • Anatomy & Physiology II with Lab
  • Medical Terminology
  • Introduction to Psychology
  • Pharmacology I
  • Pharmacology II


  • Introduction to Criminal Justice
  • Introduction to Nutrition
  • Western Civilization I
  • Personal Finance
  • Introduction to Sociology

So if the idea of starting college today – with no more delays or excuses – appeals to you, start the New Year as a college student.

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