Online Colleges in New York

New York is home to some of the country's oldest and most prestigious universities, including the largest public university system in the country. However, budget cuts may soon make these reputable institutions unaffordable for a large number of students. The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities reports that funding has been cut for many New York college degree programs and tuition at public institutions has been raised. So what options do prospective students with limited finances have?

Below you'll find a list of useful information about online colleges in the state as well as a list of schools ranked by several factors, including affordability.

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As of August 2014, Open SUNY offers thousands of online courses along with more than 300 online degree programs. As the largest online distance learning initiative in the U.S., Open SUNY hopes to enroll as many as 100,000 students by 2017.

Along with the many programs offered through the State University of New York's online learning initiative, many national colleges offer online programs to students in New York. In many cases, these colleges and universities have been in the business of higher education for many years but chose to add online courses and degree programs in order to meet consumer demand. From fashion to technology and everything in-between, it is not difficult for aspiring students to find an online degree program in New York that meets their unique needs.

And people looking to attain a college degree in the state of New York are not alone; 18.6 percent of the state's residents age 25 or older have earned a Bachelor's degree and 14.1% have earned a graduate or professional degree, as reported by the U.S. Census Bureau. In addition to those figures, some 45.2% of adults ages 18 to 24 have some college or an Associate's degree.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates from 2013, there are 8,635,400 individuals employed in the state of New York earning an annual mean wage of $54,580. The average mean wage in New York can serve as a snapshot, but digging deeper shows a great disparity among incomes when you consider educational attainment. For example, the U.S. Census Bureau figures show that the median income for the state's residents age 25 and older were as follows from 2008-2012:

  • Less than high school graduate: $20,101
  • High school graduate or equivalency: $29,933
  • Some college or Associate's degree: $37,161
  • Bachelor's degree: $53,643
  • Graduate or professional degree: $69,562

When faced with numbers like these, it becomes hard to deny the fact that a college degree generally leads to higher earnings. And that's why New York residents have flocked to online degree programs, knowing they can provide a path towards their goals.

In addition to fully-online degree programs, it is also important to note that some programs require a minimum amount of classroom attendance. Students who crave a balanced approach can also choose from a variety of hybrid degree programs, which allow students to attend class both online and on campus.

The Most Affordable Online Colleges in New York

The following list ranks the 10 schools in New York that offer online degrees at the lowest tuition costs. This ranking is based on a number of factors that are important to prospective students such as the actual degree programs that are taught online, and information on tuition fees, accreditation and notable alumni. Tuition figures are sourced from the National Center for Education Statistics and reflect in-state tuition (when in-state tuition is available) for all students, including online students. See our Methodology section for more details on the ranking methodology.

#1 - Hudson Valley Community College

  • In-state Tuition: $4,734 (2013-2014)
  • Graduation rate: 57%
  • Accredited: Y
  • # of online programs: 23 certificates and Associate degree programs
  • Notable alumni: Executive Director of the Commission on Economic OpportunityKaren Gordon, News Anchor John Gray

With 23 certificate and Associate degree programs online, Hudson Valley Community College is taking big strides towards accessibility for students in the Capital region of New York, and beyond. Some of the Associate degrees include: Administrative Information Management and Technology; Business Administration; Business - Accounting; Business - Business Administration; Business - Marketing; Computer Information Systems; Criminal Investigation; Criminal Justice; Health Information Management and Technology; and Public Administration Studies.

#2 - Jamestown Community College

  • In-state Tuition: $4,810 (2013-2014)
  • Accredited: Y
  • # of Online Programs: 7 undergraduate programs (Associate's level)
  • Notable Alumni: Singer Natalie Merchant

As a two-year community college, Jamestown Community College currently offers Associate's degrees in 35 areas as well as 20 certificate programs. At the moment, the school's online students can choose to earn an Associate of Applied Science degree in Business Administration, Computer Science, Individual Studies, Accounting, Computer Information Systems, Office Technology, and Professional Piloting. Students can also pursue online certificate programs in Information Technology, Individual Studies, or Entrepreneurship.

#3 - SUNY Ulster

  • In-state Tuition: $4,942 (2013-2014)
  • Accredited: Y
  • # of Online Programs: 4 undergraduate programs (Associate's level)
  • Notable Alumni: Photojournalist Renee Byer

With the support of the statewide Open SUNY system, the State University of New York at Ulster is able to offer several online undergraduate and certificate programs that can be completed entirely online. SUNY at Ulster students can currently choose to earn an online Associate's degree in Computer Science, Criminal Justice, Liberal Arts, and Individual Studies, or an online Certificate in Entrepreneurship or General Education. The school also offers several credit and noncredit courses as additional options for its online learners.

#4 - Fashion Institute of Technology

  • In-state tuition: $5,105 (2013-2014)
  • Graduation rate: 70 percent
  • Accredited: Y
  • # of online programs: 1 Associate completion program and 1 Bachelor's Completion Program
  • Notable alumni: Fashion designer Nanette Lepore, vice president and publisher of Vanity Fair Edward Menicheschi

The Fashion Institute of Technology, part of the SUNY system, offers two completion programs specifically for students who have some of their degree under their belt, but would like to finish the rest online. The Fashion Merchandising Management Associate completion program is a one-year program for students with a minimum of 30 hours of college credit. The International Trade and Marketing Bachelor completion program is a two-year program for students who have an Associate degree or at least 60 hours of college credit.

#5 - SUNY at Oswego

  • In-state Tuition: $7,181 (2013-2014)
  • Accredited: Y
  • # of Online Programs: 1 undergraduate and 2 postgraduate
  • Notable Alumni: Journalist Ken Auletta, Sportscaster Linda Cohn, Today Show's Al Roker

The State University of New York at Oswego is part of the statewide Open SUNY system. The school's online offerings currently include an undergraduate degree in Public Justice and a graduate programs in Business Administration and Health Services Administration. In addition, SUNY at Oswego also offers an online Vocational Teacher Preparation Program that can lead to professional teacher certification.

#6 - Stony Brook University

  • In-state tuition: $7,995 (2013-2014)
  • Graduation rate: 66%
  • Accredited: Y
  • # of online programs: 4 graduate certificates and 3 Master's degrees.
  • Notable alumni: Meteorologist Craig Allen, TV personality Joy Behar, New York assemblyman Steven Englebright

Located on Long Island's North Shore, Stony Brook University, which started out as a small teacher preparatory school, has expanded its global reach. In addition to four online graduate certificates, Stony Brook University offers thee Master's degree programs in Higher Education Administration; Liberal Studies; and Human Resource Management.

#7 - University at Buffalo

  • In-state tuition: $8,211 (2013-2014)
  • Graduation rate: 72%
  • Accredited: Y
  • # of online programs: 15 graduate degrees and 2 undergraduate minors
  • Notable alumni: Journalist Wolf Blitzer, movie producer Harvey Weinstein, astronaut Ellen Shulman Baker

The University of Buffalo, the flagship institution in the State University of New York system. Its online Graduate School of Education programs are some of the most comprehensive in the SUNY system. In addition to two undergraduate minors in Education and Counseling, UB offers Master's degrees in English Education Professional; Education and Technology; Music Education Professional; Rehabilitation Counseling; Master of Library Science among others. They also offer a Ph.D in Curriculum, Instruction, and the Science of Learning.

#8 - Monroe College

  • Tuition: $13,236 (2013-2014)
  • Graduation rate: 57%
  • Accreditation: Y
  • # of online programs: 4 Associate degrees, 6 Bachelor's degrees and 4 Master's degrees.
  • Notable alumni: New York City Council member Annabel Palma

Monroe College prides itself on offering online programs that feel user-friendly. Their online classes were designed to be in synch with those on campus, so that students can create a blended schedule. Associate degrees include Business Administration; Criminal Justice; Hospitality; Information Technology; and Medical Administration. Bachelor's degrees include Business Management; Criminal Justice; Health Services Administration; Hospitality; Information Technology; and Public Health. They offer Master's degrees in Business Administration; Criminal Justice; Hospitality Management; and Public Health.

#9 - DeVry University (Visit School Site)

  • Tuition: $16,010 (2013-2014)
  • Accredited: Y
  • # of online programs: 4 undergraduate programs and 5 postgraduate
  • Notable Alumni: Video Game Designer Steve Cartwright

At DeVry, students can explore online educational opportunities in a wide range of career fields. Options currently offered to online students can vary due to location, but can include Associate's degree programs in Accounting and Bachelor's degree programs in Business Management, Technical Management, and Management. Students can choose to specialize in a certain field during their online education at DeVry as well, with current options including everything from Project Management to Accounting. Graduate students can also find several advanced online degree options to choose from, with current options including Accounting, Business Administration, Human Resources Management, Project Management, and Public Administration.

#10 - Mercy College

  • Tuition: $17,576 (2013-2014)
  • Graduation rate: 70%
  • Accredited: Y
  • # of online programs: 1 Associate, 16 Bachelor's degrees and 18 Master's degree programs.

Mercy College has developed a comprehensive offering of 35 fully online degree programs. Their Bachelor's degrees include: Behavioral Science; Business Administration (with concentrations in Finance, International, Business, Management, Marketing, and Sports Management); Corporate and Homeland Security Management; Computer Information Systems; Computer Science; Cybersecurity; English; Mathematics; Nursing (RN to BS); Organizational Management (EDGE Program); and Psychology.  Master's degrees programs include Adolescence Education; Cybersecurity; English Literature; Human Resources Management; and School Building Leadership and many more.

#11 - Saint Joseph's College

  • Tuition: $21,878 (2013-2014)
  • Accredited: Y
  • # of Online Programs: 1 undergraduate and 1 postgraduate

Saint Joseph's College is a small liberal arts school who prides itself on its diversity and ability to help students reach their full potential. In honor of that goal, Saint Joseph's currently offers an online undergraduate degree program in Organizational Management as well as an Executive M.B.A. Students can also choose to pursue several online certificates in topics such as Leadership and Supervision and Human Resources.

#12 - Medaille College

  • In-state tuition: $23,812 (2013-2014)
  • Graduation rate: 49%
  • Accredited: Y
  • # of online programs: 1 advanced certificate, 2 Associate, 5 Bachelor's, and 4 Master's degrees
  • Notable alumni: Bassist for the Goo Goo Dolls Robby Takac, professional soccer player Kendall McFayden

Medaille College prides itself on programs that are practitioner-based, student-centered and experiential, and the same goes for its online offering. Medaille offers online Associate degrees in Business; General Studies; Business Administration; Business Administration in Information Systems and Bachelor's degrees in Professional Studies in Health Information Management; Homeland Security; and General Studies. For graduates it offers a Master of Business Administration; Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling; Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership; and a Master of Arts in Psychology.

#13 - Utica College

  • Tuition: $33,320 (2013-2014)
  • Accredited: Y
  • # of Online Programs: 2 undergraduate, 4 postgraduate, and 2 doctoral
  • Notable Alumni: Congressman Sherwood Boehlert, Former U.S. Inspector General for the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission David P. Weber

Located in the heart of Central New York, Utica College offers regionally accredited Certificate, Bachelor's, Master's, and Doctoral degree programs that can be completed entirely online. Currently, those offerings include Bachelor's degree programs in Economic Crime Investigation and Cybersecurity, an RN to BSN Nursing Completion Program, and Master's programs in Economic Crime Management, Fraud Management, Health Care Administration and Cybersecurity. Online Doctoral degree programs and certificates are also offered in Physical Therapy and Finance Crimes Investigation, respectively.

#14 - Rochester Institute of Technology

  • Tuition: $34,424 (2013-2014)
  • Accredited: Y
  • # of Online Programs: 1 undergraduate program and 13 postgraduate programs.
  • Notable Alumni: Artist Ralph Avery and New York State Supreme Court Justice David Egan

With 30 years of experience within the field of online learning, The Rochester Institute of Technology offers students an unmatched learning experience within a wide range of degree programs that include transfer-friendly programs that can shorten a student's timeline for completion. The school currently offers online undergraduate degrees in Applied Arts & Science, and graduate degrees in Applied Statistics, Business Administration, Environmental Health & Safety Management, Health Systems, Human Resources, Facility Management, Imaging Science, Human-Computer Interaction, Manufacturing Leadership, Networking and Administration, Product Development, Professional Studies, and Service Leadership and Innovation.

#15 - University College of Syracuse University

  • Tuition: $40,458 (2013-2014)
  • Accredited: Y
  • # of Online Programs: 6 undergraduate and 7 postgraduate
  • Notable Alumni: Model Emme Aronson, Actor James Brown, and Sports Announcer Bob Costas

University College of Syracuse University builds upon the hundreds of degree programs offered through Syracuse University to bring you a diverse array of undergraduate and graduate degree programs that can be completed partially or completely online. Undergraduate degrees offered in a partially or fully-online format include Liberal Arts, Creative Leadership, Knowledge Management, Psychology, Social Work, Information Management and Child and Family Studies. Students interested in earning an advanced degree online can choose from Accounting, Business Administration, Communications Management, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, and Social Science.

#16 - New York University

  • Tuition: $44,848 (2013-2014)
  • Accredited: Y
  • # of Online Programs: 4 undergraduate and 4 postgraduate
  • Notable Alumni: Actress Kristen Bell, and Actors Billy Crystal and John Cusack

New York University boasts a variety of high-quality undergraduate and graduate degree programs, both online and on campus. Currently, online NYU students can earn a B.S. in Leadership and Management Studies with a concentration in International Business, Human Resource Management, or Organizational Management and Development or a B.A. in Social Sciences with a concentration in Organizational Studies. Through its school of continuing and professional studies, students can also pursue online Master's degrees in Human Resource Management and Development, Management and Systems, Professional Writing, and Translation. In addition to these innovative online programs, New York University also offers hybrid programs that provide students with the best of both online and on-campus programs.

Online Colleges: Expert Interviews

Greg Ketcham

Greg Ketcham, Interim Director of Academic Programs and Distance Learning at SUNY Oswego

Q. Can you tell us a little about the online programs offered at SUNY Oswego?

SUNY Oswego offers both undergraduate and graduate degrees online. At the undergraduate level, public justice, vocational teacher preparation,and broadcasting are offered. All three programs prepare students for entry into these fields, as well as offer a rounded liberal arts foundation.

Our graduate online programs include an MBA; an MBA program with a focus on Health Care Administration; and advanced certificate programs in health and wellness, trauma studies, and health information technology.

Future online programs that will be enrolling students soon include graduate programs in biomedical health informatics, and behavioral forensics, and an undergraduate degree in wellness management.

SUNY Oswego online programs leverage current research on best practices in teaching and learning online. Courses are designed to actively engage students as a learning community – much like in the classroom. The technology used to deliver online learning, as well as human support systems like our OpenSUNY Help Desk, are designed to be open for business at any time you're ready to focus on learning. 

Q. What advice would you give to students interested in an online degree program?

There are many self-assessment tools on the web to help students gauge the fit of their personal preferences in how to learn in the context of online learning. A well-designed online program recognizes that the experience can sometimes seem lonely and isolated and will provide ways for students to connect with each other and their instructor.

Accreditation for a program or a college ensures that certain standards for the degree are in place. For each program you’re interested in, do your research to determine if the program is accredited or not.

Being successful in online learning means you need to master time and space – or more realistically, be able to proactively manage your time and create a “safe space” in your home or some other location where you can filter out your daily distractions and create a learning zone.

Q. How do you anticipate online learning might evolve in the coming years?

We’re moving from mobile computing via our smart phones to wearable computing from Fitbit watches to Google Glass. In turn, the notion of “anywhere learning” means that we as educators have to tear up the script and rethink things like lessons.  A lesson – or unit of learning – may now be scaled so as to be readily engaged with by the learner while on the go.

Also, the idea of prior knowledge and skills being recognized as part of your formal learning will become increasingly important. The idea is that competencies – demonstration of previous learning acquired from past work experience or from military service – will work much like transfer credit from other colleges. An easier means of formally recognizing your previous life experience in the form of competencies or badges will mean faster progress on earning a degree.

Mark Hessler

Dr. Mark Hessler, Coordinator of Innovative Instruction at St. Joseph’s College New York

Q. Can you tell us a little about the online programs offered at St. Joseph’s College New York?

St. Joseph’s College has undergraduate and graduate degree programs in the distance education format as well as certificates and advanced certificates.

On the undergraduate level, the college offers a Bachelor of Science in Organizational Management and a Bachelor of Science in Human Services as well as certificates in human resources and leadership and supervision. An Executive Master’s in Business Administration (EMBA) and a Master’s in Human Services are also offered, along with advanced certificates in human resources and human services. Two dual degrees are also currently available online – one in Human Services and the other the BS in Organizational Management/EMBA. 

The college is actively growing its online offerings on both the undergraduate and graduate levels and expects to offer additional online degree programs in the very near future.

Q. What advice would you give to students interested in an online degree program?

Students interested in online degrees programs will become part of an active community of learning where engagement with content and each other will be key. Online students (and students generally) often have multiple responsibilities and obligations so time management will be very important. Students should also feel free to reach out to the many college resources that are available to them for assistance along the way.  

Q. How do you anticipate online learning might evolve in the coming years?

These are very interesting times. We are in the world of MOOC’s, competency-based education, and a recent call for free online education.

In the coming years, education may be increasingly free of a physical space and, consequently, interactions will be technologically-mediated. Online learning also promises to bring together diverse populations and interests in ways that will facilitate cross-cultural learning experiences, stimulate innovative pedagogy and create opportunities that are yet unknown.

Mercy College

Mary Lozina, Director of Online Learning at Mercy College

Q. Can you tell us a little about the online programs offered at Mercy College?

Mercy launched its first online program back in 1991. Now, Mercy Online offers 35 fully online undergraduate and graduate degrees.  All of our five schools, the School of Business, the School of Education, the School of Liberal Arts, the School of Health and Natural Sciences, the School of Social and Behavioral Sciences and the School of Liberal Arts all offer fully online programs.  Because we have been involved in online learning for so long, Mercy Online has been able to streamline processes and procedures to ensure the quality of our online courses and to provide the support that our growing number of students need to be successful online learners.   At Mercy College, we offer the same services to our online students as we do for our on-campus students such as online tutorials, virtual tutoring in various subject areas, academic advising, personal counseling and career counseling.  Mercy Online supports over 4,000 online students.

Q. What advice would you give to students interested in an online degree program?

Our most successful online students are self-motivated and have strong time management skills.  I would suggest students log in to Blackboard once a day to check in on the e-mail and discussion forums in their courses and that they block out time each week on their calendar to work on their courses.  Online courses can move quickly, so it is important that online students do not let time slip away from them to ensure they meet the assignment deadlines and meet the class participation requirements.  Students can also use the Blackboard dashboard which is designed to help them stay on task by providing each student with their own individualized information, such as the last time that the logged into Blackboard. 

Q. How do you anticipate online learning might evolve in the coming years?

I think that the demand for quality online programs will continue to grow over the years.  I think that learning management systems and mobile learning will become more robust and more user-friendly for students who will be learning on-the-go, and these systems will give faculty more opportunity to enhance and customized their courses.

Snapshot of New York Cities

The following paragraphs provide a breakdown of New York's economic and demographic landscape by metro area. All economic data comes from the Bureau of Labor Statistics and the 2014 Cost of Living Index published by The Council for Community and Economic Research. All demographic data comes from the U.S. Census Bureau and the latest Labor Force Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

New York City

The largest metropolitan area in the state of New York is comprised of New York City and the surrounding areas. With 8,416,800 working in the New York City, Northern New Jersey, and Long Island area and making an annual mean wage of $58,010, students who live and work in this region have solid prospects for a long-term career. The Cost of Living index in this area ranges from 220.3 in Manhattan to 163.4 in Brooklyn, and the value of homes averages from $1,355,865 in Manhattan to $922,003 in Brooklyn.

The New York City area includes 8,175,133 residents and 40 percent of the state's labor force as of April 1, 2010, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.

Fun Facts for Online Learners
New York City is known for its diversity in culture and in ethnicity, but few people know that as many as 800 different languages are spoken within its confines, making it the most linguistically-diverse geographic region in the world.

Buffalo-Niagara Falls

The Buffalo-Niagara Falls region is the second-largest in the state of New York, and is home to 532,880 workers making an annual mean wage of $43,010. The Cost of Living index is 101.5, with home prices averaging $378,923.

Based on 2010 census data, the Buffalo-Niagara falls region boasts a total population of 1,135,509 inhabitants.

Fun Facts for Online Learners
Because of its low cost-of-living and wide range of industries, the Buffalo-Niagara Falls area was named as the 10th best place for working mothers in ForbesWoman Magazine.


The U.S. Census Bureau defines six counties in western New York, including the city of Rochester, as the Rochester Metropolitan area. This area is comprised of 493,990 workers making an annual mean wage of $44,500. With a Cost of Living index of 99.6, the average home prices are $250,823.

As of the 2010 Census, the Rochester, New York metropolitan area had a population of 1,149,653.

Fun Facts for Online Learners
The Rochester Metropolitan area is the second-wealthiest metropolitan area in the state of New York and includes a number of prominent colleges and universities including Bryant and Stratton College, Rochester Institute of Technology, and St. Bernard's School of Theology and Ministry. The University of Rochester is the area's biggest employer with 22,500 employees as of 2014.

Helpful Resources

There are several tools that can help match aspiring students to an online school that meets their needs. The Open SUNY education portal, for instance, connects students with the many State University of New York campuses currently offering online degree options to students. The National Center for Education Statistics is another resource that can help students compare potential degree programs based on factors such as affordability, retention, and graduation rates.


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