Colleges & Universities

Homeschooling Teen Guide to Colleges & Universities: The United States leads the world in higher education, with more than 4,000 institutions of the most diverse kind— state, private, secular, and religious. The link below provides quick access to homeschool-friendly colleges and universities that were featured in Homeschooling Teen Magazine.

Homeschool Friendly Colleges

If you are from a homeschool-friendly Institution of Higher Education and are interested in being listed, please contact:


And if you are a homeschool student or parent who has had a good experience with a particular college, please tell us about it!

We want to know… What is their attitude toward homeschooled students? Do they actively seek out and recruit homeschoolers? Does the admissions staff have a solid understanding of homeschooling as an educational alternative? Are they familiar with the current laws as they relate to a qualified high school graduate? Are they willing to look at a student portfolio or parent-issued transcript in lieu of an accredited diploma or GED? Do they have a staff person dedicated to homeschool admissions?



  1. Good morning! We would like to recommend another college for you… Bethany Lutheran College in Mankato MN. It is a four year school with solid Christian values. They accept portfolios and encourage homeschool students. I believe 2 of the past 3 or 4 year full-ride scholarship recipients have been homeschooled. I recommend you contact Dean Westphal.

  2. Our homeschooled daughter has just been accepted to Bethany for the Fall of 2009. Great school!

  3. As a homeschooled teenager, I would like to suggest your female readers check out Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College, in Saint Mary-of-the-Woods, IN. I have just been accepted there with top scholarships.


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