More than 76 percent of students completed each of these online bachelor’s programs within six years, U.S. News data show.
More than 97 percent of applicants were accepted at each of these nursing master’s programs.
At most of these schools, more than 8 percent of students are African-American.
Less than 20 percent of applicants are accepted at each of these schools, according to U.S. News data.
At each of these schools, at least 63 percent of first-year students lived off campus.
At each of these schools, at least 19 percent of the undergraduates are international students.
More than 15 percent of students are underrepresented minorities at these MBA programs.
At each of these schools, more than 27 percent of students graduate in four years, U.S. News data show.
These business schools accepted an average of 85 percent of applicants in fall 2015, U.S. News data show.
At these schools, at least 42 percent of accepted students enrolled in fall 2015, U.S. News data show.