About Georgia ONmyLINE and Online Learning:
The University System of Georgia wants potential students to realize their ambitions without worrying about lifestyle conflicts. Our goal is to provide prospective and enrolled students with all the tools to find information, choose a program, and apply – all in one place – Georgia ONmyLINE.
Our Promise in Two Words:
The benefits of online education are numerous, but can be captured in two words: convenience and flexibility. The programs featured on Georgia ONmyLINE offer options unavailable to those taking traditional classes. Online learning can free you from many of the time and location restraints associated with traditional campus visits. You may have more freedom to choose when and where you attend class, study, and communicate with others, which can be especially beneficial to those with families, jobs, or other time commitments. Online classes may also give you more chances to add your voice to discussions, as well as guaranteed access to classmates and instructors. Earn your degree the way that works best for you.
Our Quality Assurance:
The University System of Georgia works hard to ensure that its online classes meet the high standards achieved by each institution’s campus-based programs. All of the University System of Georgia institutions listed on Georgia ONmyLINE are fully accredited and offer quality courses that will prepare you for a career just as effectively as a traditional program.
To learn about the accreditation of the institutions of The University System of Georgia, visit the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools website.
Is Online Learning Right for You?
Distance education presents its own unique advantages, but it is also challenging and requires motivation. Many become distracted easily and lose track of classes or coursework, so it is important to learn about online education before committing.
- Check requirements before applying for a course or program; online courses often have specific technical needs and prerequisites
- Ensure that you will have reliable access to a computer and the Internet, as well as a suitable place to go while online
- Be aware of class format: some classes may require physical presence for exams, while others may use a combination of online teaching and another method, such as videos
- Complete a self-assessment to discover if online learning is right for you.