EDsmart’s ranking of the Cheapest Law Schools Online is the most comprehensive and well-rounded. The ranking includes only fully accredited schools. Rankings are based on data that covers four main areas: cost, academic quality, student satisfaction, and salary after attending, according to data from the U.S. Department of Education.
“It is important to recognize the colleges and universities that go above and beyond,” said Tyson Stevens, managing editor of EDsmart. “Our goal is to highlight these schools and their commitment to higher education.”
“The Cheapest Law Schools Online ranking allows students to compare accredited programs and find those that best fit their education interests and career goals,” said EDsmart’s spokesperson. “Beyond providing affordable education, a college is not successful if it does not graduate its students, which is why EDsmart rankings place a high value on outcomes, including graduation and retention rates, and post-graduation earnings.”
The EDsmart 2023 ranking for the Cheapest Law Schools Online ranks the University of Nebraska #1 as the best online program to earn a law degree with Liberty University and the University of Arkansas following.
2023 Cheapest Law Schools Online (in alphabetical order)
Arizona State University
Florida State University
George Washington University
Grand Canyon University
Loyola University Chicago
Michigan State University
New York University
Nova Southeastern University
Seton Hall University
The University of Alabama
University of Arizona
University of Arkansas
University of Illinois
University of Nebraska
University of Southern California
University of Tulsa
University of Vermont
Wake Forest University
Washington University in St. Louis
University and student responses to EDsmart rankings have been very positive. Sharing the rankings on their websites and social media has helped schools attract new students and excite existing students and alumni.
The rankings and data were produced for EDsmart, a leading higher education research organization. All evaluated data was gathered from IPEDs, the U.S. Department of Higher Education, College Scorecard, Payscale.com, school websites, and other reputable sources.
The rankings have been published at https://www.edsmart.org/cheapest-law-schools-online/
EDsmart reviews publicly available data to produce independent ranking assessments of various educational programs, in addition to student guides and resources. The site is regularly updated by a committed team of writers and researchers who produce college rankings and resources that will help prospective and current college students get into, pay for, and thrive at the college of their choice.