Bachelor's Colleges & Universities in the Northern U.S. - U.S. News University Directory
Bachelor's colleges of the Northern U.S., ranked by U.S. News & World Report as Regional Colleges - North, confer associate's and bachelor's degrees on their graduates. Fewer than half of the degrees awarded at these institutions are in a liberal arts field.
Founded in 1851 as a private institution, Lasell College is a 50-acre campus located less than 10 miles from Boston in Newton, Ma. The school is a part of the NCAA Division III and the Lasell Lasers compete in the Eastern College Athletic Conference and the Great Northeast Athletic Conference. Some of the most popular majors at Lasell College include fashion merchandising, fashion design, sport and fitness administration, accounting, and communication studies.
SUNY College of Technology—Delhi, a public institution, has designed its online program for students who want to earn their bachelor’s degree while they are working. Online majors include RN to BSN, veterinary technology management and electrical construction and instrumentation. These programs can be completed either part-time or full-time without a residency requirement.
Fort Kent, ME
A public institution, the University of Maine - Fort Kent was founded in 1878 as the Madawaska Training School. It started providing online education in 2008. The school offers a variety of distance learning degrees, including five associate's, five bachelor's and five certificate programs. University of Maine - Fort Kent online students also have access to the Blake Library, video tutorials and other resources.
La Plume, PA
Keystone College, a private institution founded in 1868, has been offering online courses since 2010. The courses can be either asynchronous or synchronous. Students will participate in online discussions and activities on a regular basis. Students have access to a variety of online features including tutoring, library services, counseling and academic advising.