The College of Central Florida (CF) was recently recognized by Statista, in a collaboration with Newsweek, as one of America’s Top Online Colleges.
In a 2024 ranking that highlighted only 200 top colleges in the nation based on institutional indicators and student feedback, the College of Central Florida’s achievement was a result of over 9,000 individuals who were surveyed about their online college experience.
Respondents were asked to indicate their satisfaction with the organization through which they obtained an online degree, including hybrid programs, and to indicate the extent that they would recommend the organization to others.
“The title serves to reinforce CF’s standing as an online college that provides great value and excellent opportunities to its students on a national level,” stated Billye Mallory, CF’s Manager of Marketing and Public Relations, in a press release.
The College of Central Florida’s president, Dr. Jim Henningsen, stated that the recognition by Statista and Newsweek “reinforces the strength of CF’s online programs.”
Dr. Henningsen added, “Whether a student chooses to attend in person, online or in combination, we know that they are receiving a quality education at an affordable price. This award is testament to the satisfaction of their experience.”
The College of Central Florida offers fully online courses, degrees, and certificates, as well as hybrid programs, allowing students to obtain a high-quality education on a flexible schedule.
In addition, the College of Central Florida has campuses located in Marion (3001 SW College Road in Ocala), Citrus (3800 S Lecanto Highway in Lecanto), and Levy (15390 NW Highway 19 in Chiefland) counties.
For more information, visit the College of Central Florida’s website.