Sullivan University is a private for-profit educational institution comprised of two physical campuses plus its online Global e-learning campus. It was founded in 1962 as the Sullivan Business College and is particularly well-known for its programs in culinary arts, dispute resolution and resource leadership. The university utilizes the “stair-step” approach which allows students to gain entry level employment while completing the desired degree. This particular curricular progression has earned numerous positive reviews for the university.
The Global e-learning campus of Sullivan University offers various online programs including certificate courses in Human Resource Leadership and Medical Coding; courses leading to an associate’s degree in Accounting, Beverage Management, Business Management, Early Childhood Education, Logistics and Distribution Management, and Marketing and Sales Management; courses leading to a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Hospitality Management and Human Resource Leadership as well as master’s degree programs in Business Administration, Collaborative Leadership, Conflict Management, Human Resource Leadership, and Managing Information Technology. It is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
The university seeks to provide everyone desiring to complete a degree an opportunity to do so by offering online education at competitive tuition rates while offering access to various financial aid options such as grants, loans, scholarships as well as other possible resources. Continuous enrollment at Sullivan University guarantees no sudden increase in tuition. Steps in the admissions process may vary depending on the program chosen and the student’s status. It can be initiated by completing an online application for admission. In 2011, Sullivan University Online was ranked as one of the 10 best online colleges by a leading trade publication.
Other possible sources of financial assistance include company tuition reimbursement, part-time jobs, rehabilitation programs and veterans benefits. An Admissions Officer can provide the necessary information pertaining to requirements, programs offered and financial aid options. Tuition rates vary.