We’re Accredited. Broadview University is nationally accredited by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS).
At Broadview University, we believe earning a college degree should be empowering—not overwhelming. That’s why we created CareerPath, our innovative initiative that allows full-time students like you to better manage your class load, graduate faster and save up to 25%* as an undergraduate on tuition. Your admissions representative will help you map your CareerPath so that you know what your entire student journey will look like—from your first day to your graduation. CareerPath is all about:
CareerPath gives you the opportunity to save time and pay less for your education. By following our guided CareerPath, you can pay up to 25%* less in tuition as a full-time, undergraduate student. To make your education even more affordable, Broadview also offers financial aid and scholarships for those who qualify; less costly eTextbooks; and credit for your previous work, military and life experience. For more information about transfer credit eligibility, please see our Course Catalog.
Broadview University is committed to providing you with the training, skills and knowledge employers are looking for in your field. We’ll also strive to give you a schedule that is predictable and reliable so you know what to expect each and every quarter.
It’s a fact: You’re more likely to graduate if you can attend college full time. With CareerPath, we created a way for you to fit full-time studies into your already busy life. In most cases, you can take two classes at a time in two, six-week terms. This allows you to still complete four courses in a quarter while balancing your schoolwork with your family and work obligations.
Throughout your time at Broadview, you’ll receive dedicated support and encouragement from your instructors, peers and faculty. You’ll engage with local employers and build valuable relationships that could turn into career opportunities. You’ll gain real-world experience—well before you graduate—through applied learning projects that allow you to put your skills into practice in the local community.
*Savings reflect a comparison of per-credit tuition rate for students taking 14 or more credits per quarter to the per-credit rate for students taking 11 credits or less. For more detailed tuition rate information, see the most current Broadview University course catalog.