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Minnesota West earns ranking for online programs

WORTHINGTON -- Minnesota West Community and Technical College has earned the No.3 spot in the statewide ranking of top colleges for online programs, according to Onlinecolleges.com.

WORTHINGTON - Minnesota West Community and Technical College has earned the No.3 spot in the statewide ranking of top colleges for online programs, according to Onlinecolleges.com.

Minnesota West scored higher than 70 other institutions in the state. To come up with the top online colleges ranking, Onlinecollege.com used 14 different criteria focused on affordability, student success, number of online programs offered, distance learning participation and more.  

The statewide study praises Minnesota West Community and Technical College for offering 28 online programs options, as well as affordable in-state tuition and fees. The complete ranking and methodology can be viewed at http://www.onlinecolleges.com/top-colleges-tool/minnesota.html .

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