Flexibility: Online students don’t commute to a physical classroom. Instead, you will work inside a course management system to complete assignments and interact with instructors and classmates. There are due dates for course work, but you may can log in to the course management system at your convenience.
Excellent Instructors: All SFU courses are taught by highly-accomplished instructors, known for the scholarship and practice of their disciplines. Online courses allow SFU to expand our faculty pool beyond the Cambria County area, offering students the chance to work with excellent instructors from all over the country and the world.
High Levels of Interaction: As an online student you will communicate with instructors and classmates through discussion boards, group assignments, and the occasional live online event. Students often say the online environment allows them to learn as much from their classmates as they do from their instructors and assignments. Course materials are often delivered in several different formats, creating a lively and engaging environment for learning: lectures, interactive activities, and more. SFU's professors are accessible through many online channels including discussion boards, chat
rooms, email, and sometimes videoconferencing.
In Demand Programs: You may take online courses as an undergraduate, graduate, or adult degree student. Some programs offer their entire degree online, while others provide a mix on online and face-to-face courses. Check your program’s homepage for
more information about specific degree requirements. Learn about the technical information need to take online classes, the support services available, and how to register for an online course.
Saint Francis University implements the latest e-learning innovations to offer students many opportunities with our online master's programs, full online bachelor degree programs and online autism certificate:
Important Note: If you are considering an academic program that leads to a professional license or certification in your state, it is highly recommended that you first seek guidance from the appropriate licensing agency in your home state before beginning the academic program located outside your state.
Questions may be directed to (814) 472-3199. Student Complaint Resolution
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