To date, StraighterLine has saved students and taxpayers*:
StraighterLine solves the #1 issue facing students today – the skyrocketing cost of college – with low-cost online courses that are guaranteed to transfer to schools in our network of 100+ accredited colleges.
StraighterLine combines a $99 a month membership with guaranteed credit pathways to accredited colleges saving students up to 60% on their degrees.
Every course is engineered to increase your success, count for credit towards your degree, and to save you money.
Complete your StraighterLine courses and we guarantee that they will transfer to schools in our network of accredited colleges.
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*Total StraighterLine savings is compared to the average, in-state, published tuition and fees at a public four year college plus the average amount of contribution paid by state and local taxpayers. For 2014 - 2015, the average published tuition and fees is $9140 which represents an average of 47% of a public institution's revenue. Source: College Board and State Higher Education Executive Officers.