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Almost 100 Credits – Tuition-Free!

June 25, 2018

The Saylor Direct Credit program now includes 33 tuition-free courses recommended for 97 credits. Sixteen courses have been recommended anew for the next three years, but we are especially pleased to announce two brand-new additions to the roster, Principles of Finance and Organizational Behavior. BUS202: Principles of Finance (ACE, 3 credits) BUS202 is the study … Read More …

Fayetteville State University is our newest college credit transfer partner

June 22, 2018

We are pleased to welcome Fayetteville State University (FSU), part of the University of North Carolina system, as Saylor Academy’s newest college credit transfer partner. Our partner colleges and universities agree to accept tuition-free, self-paced Saylor Direct Credit courses for transfer credit. Students who are enrolled at FSU can earn credit for Saylor Direct Credit … Read More …

Upcoming changes to our course catalog

June 16, 2018

In August, we will remove several courses from our active catalog. While we expect this change will have a small impact for most students, it will affect the computer science curriculum in our certificate programs. What courses are changing? After August 17, 2018, exams and certificates of completion will no longer be available for the … Read More …

Updates to our Privacy Policy

May 25, 2018

The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) rules are now in effect. In conjunction with changes required by GDPR, we have updated our Privacy Policy to include more clear information about things including: what personal information we collect from students and how we use it; what third parties we work with in processing that information; … Read More …