The Most Homeschool-Friendly Colleges by State

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Homeschoolers are in high demand on many campuses across the nation, but what are the best colleges for homeschool graduates? To compile the map of the most homeschool-friendly college in each state, Alpha Omega Publications reviewed five different compilations of colleges and universities with a history of accepting homeschoolers.

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Just because a school is listed here doesn’t mean it’s the right fit for you! Keep in mind that almost every state offered a number of homeschool-friendly institutions, but our goal was to choose just one school per state that was consistently mentioned or received high reviews (here’s looking at you Grove City College in Pennsylvania).

It’s also important to note that while special consideration was made for religious institutions that valued faith integration, other universities were included for their prestige and/or their affordability, along with their acceptance of homeschoolers.

AL           Auburn University (Auburn)

AK          University of Alaska Anchorage

AZ           Arizona State University (Phoenix)

AR          Harding University (Searcy)

CA          Biola University (La Mirada)

CO          Colorado State University (Fort Collins)

CT           University of Connecticut (Storrs)

DE           Goldey-Beacom College (Wilmington)

FL            University of South Florida (Tampa)

GA          Georgia Tech University (Atlanta)

HI            Chaminade University (Honolulu)

ID            New Saint Andrews College (Moscow)

IL             Wheaton College (Wheaton)

IN           Indiana University (Bloomington)

IA            Grand View University (Des Moines)

KS           Kansas State University (Manhattan)

KY           Asbury University (Wilmore)

LA           McNeese State University (Lake Charles)

ME         University of Maine, Farmington

MD         University of Maryland (College Park)

MA         Northeastern University (Boston)

MI          Hillsdale College (Hillsdale)

MN        Bemidji State University (Bemidji)

MS         Belhaven University (Jackson)

MO        College of the Ozarks (Point Lookout)

MT         Great Falls College (Great Falls)

NE          York College (York)

NV          Nevada State College (Henderson)

NH          Dartmouth College (Hanover)

NJ           Monmouth University (West Long Branch)

NM        University of New Mexico (Albuquerque)

NY          The King’s College (New York City)

NC          University of North Carolina Asheville

ND          Dickinson State University (Dickinson)

OH          Cedarville University (Cedarville)

OK          Oral Roberts University (Tulsa)

OR          George Fox University (Newberg)

PA          Grove City College (Grove City)

RI            University of Rhode Island (Kingston)

SC           College of Charleston (Charleston)

SD           South Dakota State University (Brookings)

TN          Union University (Jackson)

TX           University of Dallas (Irving)

UT          Utah State University (Logan)

VT           University of Vermont (Burlington)

VA          Liberty University (Lynchburg)

WA         University of Washington (Seattle)

WV         West Virginia University (Morgantown)

WI          Beloit College (Beloit)

WY         University of Wyoming (Laramie)

The content of this article is for informational purposes only. Alpha Omega Publications makes no claim of affiliation with any college or university listed in this article. Opinions expressed are the opinions of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Alpha Omega Publications.

Written by Alpha Omega Publications

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