Universities that Accept the GED
If you've been taking Education Portal's courses to prepare for the GED, then soon you may be ready to enroll in a college or university to earn your degree. To simplify your school search, we've compiled a list of online and traditional universities that accept the GED as an equivalent to a high school diploma.
Notable Online Universities that Accept the GED
We've personally verified that these online schools accept students with a GED to enroll in their undergraduate degree programs. Click on the school links below to learn more about their degree programs and connect with an enrollment advisor to confirm your eligibility.
Western Governors University
Notable Traditional Universities that Accept the GED
Thousands of traditional campus-based colleges and universities accept the GED as equivalent to a high school diploma. Below is a list of the most prestigious ones.
University of Florida
University of Texas
University of Illinois
University of Southern California
New York University
Arizona State University
Penn State University
University of Colorado
How to Prepare
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