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Learn more about online education from leaders in the field.

The 2U blog is designed to offer you information about our programs as well as news from all of the fields our programs represent. We also strive to bring the latest news from online education, a field we are watching grow and evolve every day.

We hope you enjoy getting to know 2U — the company, the programs and the people — through articles that keep you informed and involved.

2U Statement on Executive Order on Immigration

At 2U, we are concerned about the impact that the recent executive order may have on our employees and their families. We will stand by them. 



2U Impact Report 2016

True impact is quality at scale. The 2016 Impact Report goes beyond the traditional metrics associated with success in higher education. Together with our partner universities and thought leaders in higher education, we are working to reframe impact and look at data that measures true outcomes for individuals, institutions, the economy, and our global community.

2U CEO and co-founder Christopher Paucek to Deliver Keynote Speech at EdTech Europe

Christopher Paucek shares lessons learned on how to be a good university partner and discusses how to combine the best from edtech and the best from universities to deliver a great education for students at EdTechXEurope on June 16th. 


2U Days of Service 2016

2Utes took part in our second annual 2U Days of Service program. Nearly 350 employees participated in service projects in the communities surrounding our offices in Maryland, New York, Chapel Hill, Los Angeles, Hong Kong, and Denver.

2U at the ASU GSV Summit

2U is proud to participate in this year's ASU+GSV Summit. Join us for presentations and panels discussing higher education, outcomes, and what's next for 2U. 

Halloween at 2U

A long-standing tradition at 2U is our annual Halloween costume contest and celebration. Each October, employees join together in teams to create amazing costumes, videos and even websites. What we love about this tradition is that co-workers come together to create something fun and, in the process, practice important skills such as teamwork, leadership, collaboration, managing, communication.