TEL Library, a non-profit curriculum and educational technology organization located in Oklahoma City, announced today a partnership with Greenville University to provide affordable, online college-credit courses to high school and homeschool students throughout the U.S.
“We are honored that the GU administration and faculty have reviewed our courses and agreed to award college credit to students who complete those courses successfully,” says TEL Executive Director, Dr. Rob Reynolds. “Our commitment as an organization is to make it possible for everyone in the U.S. to have equitable access to college studies. By partnering with regionally accredited universities like Greenville, we’re able to help students begin or continue their college journey, at a price they can afford, and to receive course credit that can be transferred to other institutions.”
Through TEL’s College Courses On-Demand program, students can earn college credit for as little as $44 per semester hour.