Ottawa - Online is a private, Christian, online university. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 85 undergraduate students. Popular majors include Healthcare Management, Mathematics, and Psychology. Ottawa - Online alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $36,500.
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Ottawa University online provided me the opportunity to pursue my goal of completing a Bachelor's degree while raising a family and fulltime job. The facilitator and staff are very supportive.
Ottawa University has been a fantastic University to study at. They provide numerous undergraduate programs through a 100% online location. They also provide incentives if you have previously graduated from Johnson County Community College. The liberal arts lessons they teach are extremely valuable and worth learning.
Professors for the most part are excellent, though a few have higher standards of themselves than is needed (think apa police). It would be great if those teachers followed the rules, but they set their own, so the students never quite know what to do. Other than that, financial advisers are a hit/miss, but overall education is excellent.