The main section of the homepage includes five boxes that contain links to helpful information when looking to obtain an online college degree. These sections included:
- Online Advantages
- Self-Assessment Tools
- Careers & Programs
- Paying for School
- Things to Know
These sections are full of information outside of just links to schools and their offerings. The section on Online Advantages explains what to expect in the online classroom, stories from students who have graduated with online degrees, what your degree may be worth, and also included is information from educational experts.
The Self-Assessment Tools are helpful for gauging whether you are suited for pursuing an online education. After answering a series of rated questions, it will give you some basic information on whether an online education is right for you. It explains your answers and adds additional information to help explain your answers. There is also a personality quiz that can help in your decision-making process.
Under Careers and Programs, after answering a few questions, they send you to a page with programs that match your needs. When you select the occupation that best matches your goals, you then click "Match Me by my Occupation." This takes you through the same litany of questions as are listed in the above School Matching section. It is the same list and the same process that is offered.
The section labeled Paying for School offers you links to learn more about:
- Grants, Scholarships, and Work Study
- Federal Loans
- Private/Alternative Loans
- Tax Credits
- Military Benefits
- Loan Consolidation
These links take you to informational pages that then include links to some of the actual applications that you will need to apply for financial aid.
The last section in the Resource Center is labeled Things to Know. This is kind of like a catch-all page listing links to:
- Admissions Process
- Interesting Articles
- Glossary of Terms
- Transferring Credit