I saw that your other question is regarding the computer science field. If you wish to take on-line classes - check out University of the People at https://www.uopeople.edu/ They do not have many majors to choose from - only: Computer Science, Health Science, Business Administration and a newly created Master's in Education. However on the plus side, they are very cost efficient. They boast of being "tuition free" which is true; however, there are a few nominal fees. $60 for registration, $100 per class and $17 per transfer credit. All class resources (books, etc.) are provided in an on-line form for free. They also offer scholarships. Best of luck to you.<span style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34);"> </span>
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Scholarship, grants, loans w/ no interest, work study program, or finding an employer that provides tuition assistance. Reach out to your campus financial services office for assistance.