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Saint Leo ranked in 5 categories in ‘2022 U.S. News & World Report’s Best Online Programs’

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Published on January 25th, 2022 | by University Communications

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Saint Leo University earned honors in five categories for providing the best online bachelor’s and master’s programs in the United States, according to the 2022 U.S. News & World Report’s Best Online Programs edition, which was released Tuesday (January 25).

The university received honors in the Best Online Bachelor’s Programs in Psychology (36th); Best Online Bachelor’s Programs (tied for 101st); Best Online Bachelor’s Programs for Veterans (ranked 84th); and Best Online Bachelor’s Programs in Business (tied for 98th) categories. In addition, Saint Leo was named one of the Best Online Master’s in Computer Information Technology Programs, tied for the 65th-85th rankings.

“Earning this national recognition speaks to the commitment of Saint Leo University to provide a high quality, private university education to our students, no matter the platform—whether it be online, at our residential campus north of Tampa (FL), or at one of our 16 education centers in five states,” said Dr. Jeffrey D. Senese, university president. “S

aint Leo was at the forefront of online education, and the university continues to innovate in this area. We strive to provide the best overall educational experience to all our students.”

As part of its strategic plan, Saint Leo University focused on assisting adult learners through a “first-term experience” pilot program and in fall 2020, created the Iota chapter of Omega Nu Lambda, the national honor society for online students, which provided students with more opportunities to connect and network.

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Tags: 01-31-2022, Academic Affairs, Center for Online Learning, College of Arts and Sciences, Faculty, Innovation, Saint Leo WorldWide, School of CARDS, Staff, Students, Tapia College of Business, Veterans

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