By Brian Fleming, Senior Analyst
Historically, online degree programs have never attracted large numbers of “traditional” undergraduate students. The 2015 Eduventures Prospective Survey of over 20,000 college-bound high school students confirms that this is still very much the case, with 0% of respondents expressing interest in a wholly online undergraduate experience. A sizable number, however, said they were interested in programs that mixed on-campus learning with online courses. This finding, which Eduventures continues to track, supports our claim that there are new and viable alternatives emerging within “traditional” undergraduate education waiting to be explored, one of which is blended learning.