Student Success

At StraighterLine, we love helping our students succeed – every step of the way. Our goal is to help take the stress out of the degree process by providing easy access to the resources you need to achieve your goals. Ready to get started? We're here to help you succeed.

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What Our Students Say

StraighterLine helped me accomplish my goals because I was finally able to work at my own pace. I enjoyed the various activities and the ability to do it on my schedule without worrying about missing deadlines.
Taking online classes through StraighterLine had a big impact on the overall cost and length of time it took me to complete my degree. Plus, I was able to maintain a full-time job in the industry I wanted to work in.
Miranda B. Tiffin University
StraighterLine was beneficial to me because it allowed me to gain college level credits for my university as well as helping me meet program requirements for my BS in Computer Science degree.
Taking online classes through StraighterLine had a big impact on the overall cost and length of time it took me to complete my degree. Plus, I was able to maintain a full-time job in the industry I wanted to work in.
Akshay A. Western Governors University
Taking online classes through StraighterLine had a big impact on the overall cost and length of time it took me to complete my degree. Plus, I was able to maintain a full-time job in the industry I wanted to work in.
Taking online classes through StraighterLine had a big impact on the overall cost and length of time it took me to complete my degree. Plus, I was able to maintain a full-time job in the industry I wanted to work in.
Kara L. Thomas Edison State University

*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.

Johnnie Galbo

My goal is to earn my bachelor’s degree in 1 to 2 years at most. With StraighterLine & WGU, I can. See More

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