In 1977, Mary Baldwin University was the first college in Virginia to offer adult degree programs. Pioneering in education is a hallmark of the school, adding programs ahead of the rest of academia. Known for their support, online at MBU doesn’t mean without person-to-person support — professors and advisors are readily accessible. MBU also boasts an equitable transfer credit policy, allowing more students to complete their degree sooner. Bachelor’s degree available online include business and related fields, healthcare fields, history, liberal arts & interdisciplinary studies, nursing RN-BSN, psychology and sociology. Master’s programs offered online are in business, education and healthcare. Student support services and resources include guidance through admission, enrollment and financial aid, access to bookstore and library, counseling, tutoring, math lab and writing center as well as career placement guidance.