Online Education

Why take online courses?

  • Convenience
    Online classes allow you to learn anywhere, anytime. You can fit earning a degree into your schedule.

  • Affordability
    Pursuing online classes can be surprisingly affordable. The Admissions and Financial Aid team at LaGrange will work with you to make your higher-education goals a reality.

  • Support
    Even in the online classroom environment, LaGrange College remains focused on strong interpersonal relationships between faculty and students. Those relationships lead, over and over again, to transformation. 

Adult Learners

LaGrange College is committed to ensuring that adult learners receive the support they need and the resources their coursework requires. Adult Learners have access to the majority of the same resources as traditional students such as the library, bookstore, and career development. Some adult learners may be able to take advantage of financial aid programs through Veteran benefits.

What options fit my degree program?

Online classes were added to LaGrange College course offerings in fall 2013. The aim? To increase options for traditional students and to increase convenience for adult students enrolled in Evening College and graduate programs.


Select fall/spring semester classes are now available to undergraduate students. See Course Descriptions for current options.

Evening College

Evening College students will find online classes available to them, and they can expect the options to be steadily increasing. See Course Descriptions for current options.
For more information, call Terri Bassett at (706) 880-8298.

Course Offerings

Jan Term

  • Rick's Word: The Walking Dead and Philosophy

Spring 2015 Undergraduate Courses

  • Computer Applications
  • Humanities: Renaissance to the Present
  • Personal Health Issues
  • Business of Music Industry
  • Introduction to Psychology
  • Psychology of Aging
  • Social Work: Theory and Practice
  • Race/Ethnicity and Gender in Society
  • Race/Ethnicity and Gender in Society
  • Management and Organization Behavior
  • Management Information Systems

Spring 2015 Graduate Courses

  • Legal Issues in Philanthropy
  • Focused Research II
Course Descriptions
Class Access

Protection of Students Enrolled in Distance Education Courses