At Abilene Christian University, we believe finding all of God's truth requires sincere effort and input from us all.
Since we first opened our doors in 1906, ours has been a community where every subject is open to discussion, alternative voices are respected, and any conversation may be engaged with kindness and compassion.
Through our online graduate programs, ACU allows you to pursue a nationally recognized Christian higher education without the need or expense of relocating and sacrificing family, work, church, and other commitments. Innovative technologies, a faculty of Christian scholars, and an unrivaled dedication to students combine to create an exceptional learning experience.
ACU has partnered with the National Christian Schools Association to help drive down the cost of education, ultimately making a master’s or doctoral credential more affordable. As an employee of an NCSA affiliated school, you qualify for a 10% reduction in the price of tuition in any ACU online program. Our goal is to help you become the best educator that you can be, and we look forward to walking with you on your path of lifelong learning.
As an employee of an NCSA affiliated school, you are eligible for a 10% reduction on tuition across all ACU online programs. Because tuition varies by program, you should connect with an advisor to discuss tuition and the resources available to you to fund your education.
If time has been the only thing standing between you and your dream of pursuing graduate school, then ACU Online may be right for you. Study on your schedule with one of our 12+ online degree programs designed for working professionals. An online education gives you the flexibility to work independently, but, at ACU, you’re not alone: You will have support from and interaction with your instructors, peers and advisors.
Wondering if an online education is right for you? Contact us today, and we’ll show you how ACU can help you reach your professional goals without sacrificing time away from family and work obligations.
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