Virginia offers some supplemental online learning for students in grades K-5, and for most students in grades six to 12. Though it does not offer a fully-online program at the K-12 level, the state has approved 23 providers of online, blended and supplemental courses. Virginia’s online K-12 learning system, Virtual Virginia, has an enrollment of nearly 20,000 students statewide.
|SCHOOL NAME||GRADE LEVELS||CITY||SCHEDULE||TYPE||PHONE NUMBER|
|K12 International Academy||K - 12||Herndon||Both Live/On-Demand||Private||(877) 512-7748|
|Liberty University Online Academy||3 - 12||Lynchburg||Both Live/On-Demand||Private||(866) 418-8741|
|Milburn Online High School||9 - 12||Woodbridge||Both Live/On-Demand||Private||(877) 888-9473|
|Advantages Online Private School||K - 12||Henderson,||On-Demand/Asynchronous||Private||(866) 962-2677|
|Halifax County Public Schools||K - 12||Halifax||On-Demand/Asynchronous||Public||(434) 476-3107|
|Virginia Virtual Academy||K - 8||Herndon||On-Demand/Asynchronous||Public||(877) 654-8297|
|Virtual Virginia||6 - 12||N/A||On-Demand/Asynchronous||Public||(804) 786-9281|
|EdOptions Online Academy||9 - 12||Falls Church||On-Demand/Asynchronous||Public||(866) 890-8153|
|George Washington University Online High School||9 - 12||Ashburn||On-Demand/Asynchronous||Private||(877) 382-2015|
Virginia’s is home to the famed College of William & Mary, the second-oldest post-secondary institution in the country. The state also remains committed to the ideal that the online format is the future of education. The National Center for Educational Statistics reports that 35 percent of Virginia’s students take online courses, and in 2014, a special program was enacted to introduce online work readiness courses to every social services agency, K-12 school, community college and employer in the state to spark career entry and advancement opportunities. Once fully in motion, the program will produce 21 online work development courses that will be shared with over 145,000 Virginia teachers.
|SCHOOL NAME||ADDRESS||CITY||SEE PROGRAMS|
|Paul D Camp Community College||100 N College Dr||Franklin||+|
|Lord Fairfax Community College||173 Skirmisher Lane||Middletown||+|
|John Tyler Community College||13101 Jefferson Davis Hwy||Chester||+|
|Central Virginia Community College||3506 Wards Rd||Lynchburg||+|
|Danville Community College||1008 S Main St||Danville||+|
|J Sargeant Reynolds Community College||1651 E Parham Road||Richmond||+|
|Mountain Empire Community College||3441 Mountain Empire Road||Big Stone Gap||+|
|Southside Virginia Community College||109 Campus Dr||Alberta||+|
|Rappahannock Community College||12745 College Drive||Glenns||+|
First founded in 1861, this online school in Virginia embraces both its history and modern technological advances to reach online students via Hampton U Online. Online offerings include four associate, eight bachelor’s, one master’s and four doctorate degrees. Online certificate programs are also available in human resource management and paralegal practice. Associate programs are available in aviation management, flight education, general studies and business management. At the master’s degree level, the university has developed an online information assurance program. Hampton U Online has several support services and resources in place to help distance learners near and far, including an online bookstore, career center, online library, 24/7 tech assistance and virtual proctoring. Additionally, men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces can take advantage of the university’s military credit policy.
For more information on the online programs at Hampton University, visit: http://huonline.hamptonu.edu.
At VT, students can choose from a substantial range of online master’s degrees and graduate certificates delivered by its Extended Learning Enrollment Services department. The schools is well known for its extensive programs in technology and engineering, which is reflected in its online offerings. Students choose from 15 fully-online master’s programs in subjects such as aerospace engineering, agriculture, education, information technology, ocean engineering and political science. Other master’s programs are conducted in either a fully-interactive videoconferencing or blended format. Certificate programs are available in natural resources, environmental politics, security studies, nuclear engineering, software development and several other subjects. Individual courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels are also available to registered Virginia Tech students and for those seeking to fulfill professional development or continuing education licensing or job requirements. Some online degree programs and courses may be offered at discounted rates for out-of-state students.
For additional information on Virginia Tech’s distance learning courses and programs, visit their website at: http://www.vto.vt.edu.
George Mason University
At GMU, students are given the option to study entirely online or split class and study time into equal online and face-to-face interactions with 34 fully-online programs and 10 hybrid online programs. A few of the fully -online programs include nursing and biodefense, and some of the hybrid classes include wireless communications and applied Information technology. Meeting the minimum technology requirements is essential to success in the online environment. The school recommends all students have reliable access to their GMU email account, Blackboard (the online portal through which classes are managed) and various other software such as a Flash player and Adobe Acrobat. Students have the option to purchase the required textbooks either online from the campus bookstore or from outside booksellers.
For more information about the George Mason University online learning programs, visit the school’s distance learning page: http://masononline.gmu.edu/programs/
AU is committed to being a leader in online education and their course catalog of 12 different online programs reflects this. Degrees range from science in business, sociology and criminal justice to master’s in marketing. Requirements for admission are the same as non-online programs, but they typically look for a GPA of 2.0 in high school and two years full-time work experience. Currently, Averett University only offers students online access through computers with required Internet browsers and operating systems. Some programs combine online and face-to-face learning, while others have fully-online options. For example, the undergraduate degrees in sociology and criminal justice are entirely online, while master’s in business administration can either be taken entirely online or at any of the twelve satellite campuses throughout the state.
See more on the Averett University learning programs: http://gps.averett.edu/online-offerings/
Northern Virginia Community College
As a two-year public institution, this online college in Virginia supports over 20 associate degrees and more than a dozen certificates earned entirely online. Popular fields include accounting, business management, fine arts, liberal arts, information technology, marketing, science and social sciences. Certificate programs are available in administration of justice, bookkeeping, early childhood development, cyber security, health science and many others. Additional online courses and degree programs are available directly through individual NOVA campuses. Most classes are 16 weeks in length, although some are offered in an 8-week accelerated format. All distance learning programs require access to the Internet with some also requiring the use of computer programs on CD-ROM, listening to audio or video programs, using voice mail or attending scheduled web meetings through the Blackboard Collaborate virtual classroom.
More information on Northern Virginia Community College’s ELI programs can be found at: http://eli.nvcc.edu
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|1||Eastern Shore Community College||97.7||13:1||90%|
As part of the Regents Online Campus Collaborative, a consortium of Tennessee's six universities, 13 community colleges and 26 technical colleges, Eastern Shore Community College offers 13 online associate degrees in professional studies, early childhood education, criminal justice, web technology and more. Several of the programs parallel university programs, which allow students to seamlessly transfer to a university in the Tennessee Transfer Pathway. All students start with a three-credit orientation course to help prepare them for online learning and college in general. Online courses have the same content as on-campus courses and faculty members are specifically trained to deliver online materials, making the degree identical to a traditional degree.
|2||Lord Fairfax Community College||95.63||18:1||65%|
Lord Fairfax Community College's five completely online associate degrees have no on-campus requirements and are delivered both synchronous and asynchronous formats. Students use the Blackboard learning management system to access course content and assignments and should spend two to three hours per week, per credit hour studying. The Instructional Technology and Distance Learning Office at LFCC ensures that online courses and the technology resources they use are in line with the school's mission and provides emerging technology so students have the most advanced education possible. In addition to 100 percent online programs, LFCC also has a number of hybrid associate degrees and certificates.
|3||J Sargeant Reynolds Community College||95.63||17:1||67%|
Online programs at J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College are offered entirely online, with no or minimal on-campus time required. Associate degrees are available in business administration, entrepreneurship, management, early childhood development and more. A number of additional courses are also available via the Shared Services Distance Learning program, which are delivered through the Blackboard learning system. Orientation to Online Learning is a required course for students beginning an online program as is regular attendance and interaction on Blackboard. Reynolds recommends that students take the SmarterMeasure readiness assessment and discuss the results with an enrollment advisor prior to registering for a distance program.
|4||Rappahannock Community College||95.63||20:1||70%|
Distance learning programs at Rappahannock Community College are available completely online, with all course content delivered online and few, if any, on-campus visits. All new students must attend the Distance Learning Orientation where they learn how to sign onto myRCC, access Blackboard and navigate the student information system. Distance learning students have access to all the same services that traditional students have, including success labs, the library and academic counseling. Students can interact with instructors and peers in real time using Collaborate, a web conferencing system, through email and in online discussion boards.
|5||Central Virginia Community College||94.28||17:1||74%|
Central Virginia Community College's distance programs allow students to earn associate's degrees in general studies or business administration. Some courses in the program may include visits to campus for orientation or proctored testing. However, students also have the option of taking proctored testing at other approved locations. Students are encouraged to communicate with their professors throughout the semester if they need additional assistance in course materials. Distance students can also use all campus resources, such as library services, academic counseling, and the career center. After graduation, students in both programs can transfer credits to a four-year college or university.
|6||John Tyler Community College||93.04||23:1||67%|
Students interested in careers in business or criminal justice may find a relevant distance degree program at John Tyler Community College. The school also offers more general programs in liberal arts and general studies. The programs lead to associate's degrees, and students can use the credits earned towards a four-year degree at another college or university if desired. JTCC offers a free, five-day orientation session for students who are considering online learning. The Introduction to Online and Hybrid Learning addresses school resources for distance students, traits of successful online learners, student responsibilities, and more. Students in the orientation will also get to try submitting assignments and participating in discussions online to see if they are comfortable with distance learning.
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An accelerated online degree at Liberty University means that graduates can begin moving forward in their careers that much sooner. These online programs are designed to utilize transfer credits, real-world experience and professional training toward a degree in finance, leadership, public administration, communications or one of the many other offerings. Optional on-campus intensives allow students to get to know professors and other students to build relationships and professional networking circles. An online academy for students in third grade through high school and The Edge, designed for high school students looking to earn college credits, are also available.
Averett University's IDEAL (Individually Designed Education for Adult Learners) program helps adult learners design an online or independent study program to fit their personal and professional needs. They work directly with an academic advisor to evaluate transfer opportunities, including past coursework, credit by examination opportunities and military experience. This allows them to complete a degree in criminal justice, sport management, applied science, or another field. The IDEAL program is for adult leaners who have some college credit or an associate degree and want to finish their bachelor's or members of the armed forces who are deployed or travel often.
Prospective distance learning students at Bluefield College can choose from among 14 degrees, including e-business and entrepreneurship, human services, criminal justice, nursing and more. Students who already hold some prior college credits can earn an accelerated degree in about 13 months. They can earn some general education and elective credits through testing and online students have access to a variety of resources, including a writing lab, library and other services enjoyed by all students. A small student to teacher ratio gives students personalized attention from the same professors who teach Bluefield's on-campus classes.
|4||Virginia University of Lynchburg||97.19||10:1||100%|
Through its distance learning programs, Virginia University of Lynchburg aims to provide a quality education to students who are unable to attend traditional on-campus classes. Online students can earn credits for past experiences, including prior professional and military training, national examinations and professional certifications and they may transfer credits from another institution. Degrees are available in business administration, religion studies and organizational management at the associate, bachelor and master's level. VUL is a historically Black institution dedicated to a Christian-based education to students at it numerous teaching locations across the state of Virginia and online.
|5||Virginia Commonwealth University||95.8||17:1||79%|
Virginia Commonwealth University offers several online program options in a variety of formats completely online, videoconferencing and a hybrid of online and in class. In addition to three online bachelor's degrees and a host of master's, doctorate and certificate options, VCU also has more than 600 individual courses available to both online and on-campus students. In online classes, students attend an on-site orientation and may need to take proctored exams. However, the remainder of the student's interaction is online through the university's course management system, where they can log in at their convenience to turn in assignments, watch lectures and participate in discussions through online discussion boards.
|6||University of Virginia-Main Campus||95.04||16:1||54%|
Collaboration is one of the key components in the University of Virginia's online learning program. Students get to know peers all over the country as they study health science management, information technology, federal acquisition, emarketing, public relations and other unique degree and certificate programs. Most online students are working adults who are self-motivated and independent learners. Most courses are asynchronous, allowing for the most flexibility possible, but other options are also available. Students should plan to spend about 10 to 15 hours per week working on assignments and readings and will communicate with instructors and peers via email, video conferencing and discussion forums.
|7||Old Dominion University||95||20:1||82%|
The online programs available at Old Dominion University run the gamut from special education to dental hygiene. At the bachelor's level, distance programs are for degree completion only; students must have completed lower-level courses through previous schooling. Most students in the program work full time and attend courses three-quarter or part-time, but full-time and accelerated options are also available. Distance students at the university can work with academic and degree advisors to plan for an on-time graduation. The school also offers portable media programs in military-specific subjects, where courses are delivered through DVDs and CDs to deployed military service members.
|8||James Madison University||94.91||16:1||60%|
James Madison University's Adult Degree Program allows adults ages 22 and up who have completed 30 or more credits to finish their bachelor's degree. Students in the program major in Individualized Study, choosing courses that fit their interests and career goals, along with the school's required general education credits. Other distance options include an RN to BSN program for registered nurses, and master's programs in computer science, education, and speech and language pathology. Local students may also be interested in combination programs, which tend to be primarily online but include some on-campus sessions as well.
|9||George Mason University||94.33||16:1||66%|
Distance students at George Mason University choose from over 50 programs that are fully online or hybrid. Online courses are taught by the same faculty as their on-campus counterparts, and professors stress the importance of collaboration and interaction through tools including discussion boards, social media, and textbook-supported courseware, among others. Some classes also use two-way audio software. Many courses are asynchronous, so students can work around their professional or personal schedules, but they are not self-paced. All online classes at the university, whether synchronous or not, follow a syllabus with weekly or biweekly deadlines for readings, assignments, and assessments.
Regent University's online degree programs focus on leadership with a Christian perspective, and many of the available programs reflect that: a bachelor's in Christian ministry, a master's in theology, and a doctorate in ministry, to name a few. However, the program offers more secular program selections as well, such as cybersecurity, criminal justice, and script writing. Online courses follow an eight-week format, with an average of 18 students per class. Course information is distributed through Blackboard, and students have the flexibility of an asynchronous format with no specified times to be online. Coursework is online; however some graduate programs may require on-campus residencies for a weekend or week.
|11||Averett University-Non-Traditional Programs||87.51||7:1||N/A|
Students at Averett University study business, nursing, and education online, with degree programs at the associate's, bachelor's, and master's levels. The courses are designed for working adults, and incorporate students' workplace experience into the curriculum. The school also offers a more flexible online bachelor's degree option where students design their own program with independent study and online courses of their choosing. The Individually Designed Education for Adult Learners (IDEAL) program matches students with advisors to help them plan their degree without following a pre-set course schedule. Many students choose this program if they have some prior schooling or an associate's degree, and wish to earn their bachelor's.
4 Year Colleges in Virginia
|SCHOOL NAME||TYPE||ADDRESS||CITY||SEE PROGRAMS|
|James Madison University||Public||800 South Main Street||Harrisonburg||+|
|Lynchburg College||Private not-for-profit||1501 Lakeside Dr||Lynchburg||+|
|Marymount University||Private not-for-profit||2807 N Glebe Rd||Arlington||+|
|Virginia Commonwealth University||Public||910 W Franklin St||Richmond||+|
|University of Virginia-Main Campus||Public||1827 University Avenue||Charlottesville||+|
|Eastern Mennonite University||Private not-for-profit||1200 Park Rd||Harrisonburg||+|
|Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University||Public||222 Burruss Hall||Blacksburg||+|
|Averett University-Non-Traditional Programs||Private not-for-profit||420 W Main St||Danville||+|
|Bluefield College||Private not-for-profit||3000 College Dr||Bluefield||+|
Best for Future Service Members
Virginia is not only home to many of the top colleges and universities in the country, but also can also boast of its strong network of Reserve Officer’s Training Corps (ROTC) programs. For civic-minded students looking to receive a great education while serving their country, these online schools in Virginia should be top contenders. The schools listed below offer at least two ROTC programs for Army, Navy and/or Air Force branches. Highlighted selections mark the universities that keep tuition under $20,000 per year. These fine schools in Virginia deserve special recognition for combining economical educational opportunities with civic-minded programs.
|Tuition||City||ROTC - Army||ROTC - Navy||ROTC - Air Force|
|Virginia Military Institute||$6,880||Lexington||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University||$9,187||Blacksburg||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|University of Virginia-Main Campus||$9,622||Charlottesville||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Norfolk State University||$3,540||Norfolk||Yes||Yes||No|
|James Madison University||$4,862||Harrisonburg||Yes||No||Yes|
|Old Dominion University||$5,203||Norfolk||Yes||Yes||No|
|George Mason University||$7,010||Fairfax||Yes||No||Yes|
Best for Personal Attention
The Commonwealth of Virginia spans tidelands, the Piedmont, the mountains, the cities and the nation’s capital. Students can choose among rigorous, top-notch programs from online schools in Virginia in most every major academic area and professional field. Small class sizes can impact how students learn and grow. A number of these exceptional schools have more than 5,000 students, yet they maintain an average student-faculty ratio less than 20 to 1.
|Norfolk State University||19 to 1||7,351||$3,540||Public||Norfolk|
|Radford University||19 to 1||8,835||$5,702||Public||Radford|
|Virginia Commonwealth University||19 to 1||26,661||$7,943||Public||Richmond|
|Liberty University||19 to 1||57,635||$18,562||Private not-for-profit||Lynchburg|
|Saint Pauls College||18 to 1||465||$12,380||Private not-for-profit||Lawrenceville|
|Ferrum College||18 to 1||1,572||$27,310||Private not-for-profit||Ferrum|
|Longwood University||18 to 1||4,571||$6,120||Public||Farmville|
|Averett University-Non-Traditional Programs||17 to 1||1,340||$9,000||Private not-for-profit||Danville|
|Christopher Newport University||17 to 1||4,918||$6,210||Public||Newport News|
|Southern Virginia University||16 to 1||859||$18,900||Private not-for-profit||Buena Vista|
|Virginia State University||16 to 1||5,937||$4,550||Public||Petersburg|
|University of Virginia-Main Campus||16 to 1||18,580||$9,622||Public||Charlottesville|
|James Madison University||16 to 1||19,620||$4,862||Public||Harrisonburg|
|Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University||16 to 1||24,730||$9,187||Public||Blacksburg|
|George Mason University||16 to 1||32,634||$7,010||Public||Fairfax|
|Virginia Union University||15 to 1||1,544||$13,314||Private not-for-profit||Richmond|
|The University of Virginia’s College at Wise||15 to 1||2,869||$4,454||Public||Wise|
|University of Mary Washington||15 to 1||5,036||$4,686||Public||Fredericksburg|
|Bridgewater College||14 to 1||1,700||$27,450||Private not-for-profit||Bridgewater|
|Marymount University||14 to 1||2,717||$24,900||Private not-for-profit||Arlington|
|Virginia Wesleyan College||12 to 1||1,514||$30,348||Private not-for-profit||Norfolk|
|Lynchburg College||12 to 1||2,388||$31,060||Private not-for-profit||Lynchburg|
|College of William and Mary||12 to 1||6,607||$8,677||Public||Williamsburg|
|Sentara College of Health Sciences||11 to 1||406||$285||Private not-for-profit||Chesapeake|
|Randolph-Macon College||11 to 1||1,300||$32,625||Private not-for-profit||Ashland|
|Virginia Military Institute||11 to 1||1,736||$6,880||Public||Lexington|
|Mary Baldwin College||11 to 1||1,844||$27,670||Private not-for-profit||Staunton|
|Roanoke College||11 to 1||2,169||$33,516||Private not-for-profit||Salem|
|Averett University||10 to 1||934||$25,950||Private not-for-profit||Danville|
|Emory & Henry College||10 to 1||971||$28,122||Private not-for-profit||Emory|
|Bluefield College||10 to 1||979||$21,060||Private not-for-profit||Bluefield|
|Jefferson College of Health Sciences||10 to 1||1,010||$21,330||Private not-for-profit||Roanoke|
|Hampden-Sydney College||10 to 1||1,097||$34,498||Private not-for-profit||Hampden-Sydney|
|Eastern Mennonite University||10 to 1||1,243||$27,830||Private not-for-profit||Harrisonburg|
|Shenandoah University||10 to 1||2,718||$26,530||Private not-for-profit||Winchester|
|Hampton University||10 to 1||5,186||$17,732||Private not-for-profit||Hampton|
|Bethel College||9 to 1||92||$6,750||Private not-for-profit||Hampton|
|Hollins University||9 to 1||776||$31,490||Private not-for-profit||Roanoke|
|Virginia University of Lynchburg||9 to 1||826||$7,200||Private not-for-profit||Lynchburg|
|Bon Secours Memorial College of Nursing||8 to 1||313||$7,500||Private not-for-profit||Richmond|
|Randolph College||8 to 1||592||$31,030||Private not-for-profit||Lynchburg|
|Sweet Briar College||8 to 1||884||$31,850||Private not-for-profit||Sweet Briar|
|Virginia Intermont College||7 to 1||604||$24,542||Private not-for-profit||Bristol|
|Washington and Lee University||7 to 1||1,803||$42,425||Private not-for-profit||Lexington|
|University of Richmond||7 to 1||3,908||$44,210||Private not-for-profit||University of Richmond|
Best for Women in Technology
Virginia is an exceptional choice for women seeking a technology or engineering degree. Thanks to the many online schools in Virginia that make women’s STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) education a priority, the state can take pride in the influx of female technology degree earners. This influx is thanks to some exceptional schools that are instituting programs specifically for the needs of their female tech/engineering students. Programs such as mentorships with women who are seeking the same educational goals help to foster a strong and supportive network for female tech students. For those in search of the premiere online schools in Virginia for women in the tech field, look no further than the list below. We’ve compiled the best in the state and commend each of these schools for making women in technology an important consideration.
|TUITION + FEES||CITY||WOMEN IN TECH DEGREES AWARDED||TOTAL ENROLLMENT||TYPE|
|Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University||$10,923||Blacksburg||346||27,939||Public|
|University of Virginia-Main Campus||$12,216||Charlottesville||208||20,950||Public|
|Virginia Commonwealth University||$9,886||Richmond||177||24,783||Public|
|George Mason University||$9,620||Fairfax||146||20,189||Public|
|Old Dominion University||$8,190||Norfolk||121||16,616||Public|
|James Madison University||$8,808||Harrisonburg||81||18,166||Public|
|Marymount University||$25,178||Arlington||31||2,649||Private Not for Profit|
|Norfolk State University||$6,860||Norfolk||13||5,474||Public|
|Liberty University||$19,968||Lynchburg||11||32,093||Private Not for Profit|
|Virginia State University||$7,420||Petersburg||7||5,265||Public|
|Shenandoah University||$28,800||Winchester||5||2,539||Private Not for Profit|
Best Schools Fighting for Families
Virginia is a haven for the most exceptional social work programs in the nation, especially those with an emphasis on children and family assistance. The social work field is entering a boon, and is projected to be one of the fastest job-growth disciplines. The following online schools in Virginia recognize the importance of preparing their students for all of the demands in this field. From fieldwork, extraordinary curriculum, and a vast network of clinical settings, these are among some of the best programs for prospective students concentrating on the welfare of families. Accessible scholarships and fellowships aid in creating even more affordable paths to a degree. We’ve compiled the premier programs specifically for students who seek comprehensive education in social work.
|CITY||SOCIAL DEGREES AWARDED||WOMEN||MEN||TUITION & FEES||TOTAL ENROLLMENT|
|Virginia Commonwealth University||Richmond||398||341||57||$9,886||24,783|
|Old Dominion University||Norfolk||329||267||62||$8,190||16,616|
|George Mason University||Fairfax||178||133||45||$9,620||20,189|
|Norfolk State University||Norfolk||172||146||26||$6,860||5,474|
|James Madison University||Harrisonburg||121||96||25||$8,808||18,166|
|University of Virginia-Main Campus||Charlottesville||119||89||30||$12,216||20,950|
|Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University||Blacksburg||100||51||49||$10,923||27,939|
|Christopher Newport University||Newport News||74||56||18||$10,572||4,795|
|Mary Baldwin College||Staunton||43||40||3||$28,020||1,185|
|University of Mary Washington||Fredericksburg||36||31||5||$9,306||3,991|
|Virginia State University||Petersburg||36||30||6||$7,420||5,265|
|College of William and Mary||Williamsburg||32||26||6||$13,570||7,684|
|Regent University||Virginia Beach||26||25||1||$15,308||2,569|
|Virginia Wesleyan College||Norfolk||20||18||2||$30,998||1,253|
|Washington and Lee University||Lexington||17||11||6||$43,362||2,192|
|University of Richmond||University of Richmond||14||11||3||$44,210||3,628|
|Eastern Mennonite University||Harrisonburg||13||10||3||$27,970||1,119|
|Virginia Intermont College||Bristol||12||10||2||$24,642||488|
|Virginia Union University||Richmond||10||6||4||$14,630||1,625|
|Emory & Henry College||Emory||9||8||1||$28,122||928|
|Sweet Briar College||Sweet Briar||9||9||0||$32,325||730|
|Averett University-Non-Traditional Programs||Danville||6||4||2||$9,100||523|