Fayetteville State University Online

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Fayetteville State University, a public university founded in 1867, enrolls nearly 6,000 students. Part of the University of North Carolina System and the Thurgood Marshall College Fund, FSU offers more than 60 undergraduate and graduate degree options as well as a doctorate in educational leadership.

For students with college credits, the school offers seven bachelor’s-completion programs in criminal justice, sociology, fire and emergency services administration, nursing and more.

Online students also can earn master’s degrees in criminal justice and business administration.

The online courses follow an asynchronous format with no set class times.

Online students have access to the university’s writing center, library resources and career services.

The university has authorization to offer online programs in 18 states.

Fayetteville State University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS).

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Accreditation Regional (SACS)
Public/Private Public Nonprofit
Region Southeast
Acceptance Rate 60%
Retention Rate 75%
Graduation Rate 33.1%
Requires ACT or SAT SAT or ACT
Cost Per Credit
(In-State/Out-of-State)
Undergrad: $365/$1816
Grad: $421/$1777

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