Malone University began in a rented home in Cleveland, Ohio in 1892. Today, the University retains its founding principles and Christian mission. This private not-for-profit four year institution enrolls almost 2000 undergraduate and nearly 500 graduate students. The University offers 40 plus Bachelor of Arts degree choices, along with degrees in Education, Nursing, and Pre-Professional and Allied Health Programs. Graduate studies include degrees in Education, Theological Studies, Business Administration, Nursing, and Organizational Leadership. At Malone, students can earn a Bachelor of Arts degree completely online. Interested students are encouraged to complete an Inquiry form to obtain more information about the specifics of Malone University’s online program offerings.
Malone University is a member of the North Central Association and the Higher Learning Commission. The University is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education and the Council on Social Work Education at the Baccalaureate level. Malone has accreditation from the Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs and the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education. The school also has approval under the Ohio Board of Regents and the State Ohio Board of Nursing. Among its many affiliations, Malone is a member of The Christian College Consortium and the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities.
Course demands and academic standards reflect those of Malone’s in-house instruction following typical course syllabus requirements, however Malone’s online program offers scheduling flexibility for students unable to attend regular classes. Technical assistance is available 24/7 via Malone’s University Online Help Desk. Communication with instructors and other students takes place through email, online discussions, chat rooms and whiteboards. Students may also access Malone University’s Cattell Library database. Undergraduates will need to submit high school transcripts and official SAT or ACT scores along with an application. Graduate applicants will need to submit transcripts, references and other materials as requested per specific degree program.
More than 90% of students at Malone, receive some sort of financial aid. Malone supports federal loans, including the Federal Perkins Student Loan and the Federal Direct Stafford Loan. Various private scholarships exist for those pursuing specific areas of study. Athletics scholarships, a Creative Writing Fellowship and a Mayor’s scholarship, along with grants for women are available for eligible students. In addition, Malone supports military benefits by offering Armed Services Scholarships and participates in the Yellow Ribbon Scholarship Program.
Sector Of Institution:Private, not-for-profit, 4-year or above
Highest Level Of Offering:Master's degree
Adult Age Enrollments:N/A
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