Fact Sheet




Kaplan's higher education institutions broaden access to postsecondary educational opportunities, focusing largely on traditionally underserved individuals. Through online and campus-based programs, Kaplan strives to prepare students for careers in some of the fastest-growing industries or advance in their current profession.

Kaplan University serves approximately 29,200 online and campus-based students. It has 13 campuses in Iowa, Indiana, Nebraska, Maryland, Maine, Maryland and Wisconsin, and Kaplan University Learning Centers in Maryland and Missouri. The University's Concord Law School is the leading program of online legal education in the United States and its School of Professional Education helps professionals gain certification, licensing and designations that enable them to advance their careers.

Kaplan's higher education institutions are owned by Kaplan, Inc. Kaplan, Inc., a leading international provider of educational and career services for individuals, schools and businesses, is a subsidiary of Graham Holdings (NYSE: GHC) and its largest division.


Program offerings range from diplomas to graduate and professional degrees. Fields of study include arts and sciences, business, criminal justice, education, health, legal, nursing, public service, technology, and trades.


Kaplan's higher education institutions currently serve more than 29,200 students.

Kaplan Commitment


The Kaplan Commitment allows students to attend real classes for three weeks without incurring any tuition obligation or debt. During this period, students can assess whether the coursework meets their needs before making any investment in their education.


Greg Marino, president and CEO, Kaplan Higher Education Group


Each school is accredited by one of several national or regional accreditors recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.

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