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Degree: Clinical Psychology
Graduation Year: 2005
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The value of the PhD from compelled the is multi-folded: I. It afforded an online community, and summer courses, that offered an excellent cross-cultural study group. 2. Their guest speakers and lectures were some of the major contributors in the field of psychology which would not have been available in one brick and mortar institution. 3. It offered a pill for a of job opportunities from classmates who live around the world. 4. It was the most eclectic academic experience I have had outside of my studies at the Frei University in Berlin Germany. 5. To me, it was the closest American education program that paralleled my European studies in both Germany and France - excellent learning opportunities were afforded each student and creativity was praised.

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Degree: Information Technology
Graduation Year: 2014
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The program didn't prepare me for the working in a new field. There is nothing to show what I can do that will give me a chance. The after graduation follow up is nonexistent. There is no industry tie in what so ever so you on your own. The only help is a review of my resume. Getting in the door of a company with a degree from this school is impossible. The school has made no attempt to forge alliances with companies. My time was wasted and my money was wasted. The "school" sold me on this degree making me employable. What a joke. If you are considering this school getting you further in your career, look elsewhere.

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Scotty - about 9 hours ago

I too am experiencing a situation exactly like yours. I started applying for jobs in Oct/2014 prior to graduation and 5 months after graduation I am still looking. I have applied for literally over 80 jobs and have gotten "ZERO" interviews or interests...not even from the government of which I worked for as a soldier for 15 years.

Capella has had also "ZERO" job search results for my area and degree specification. I feel cheated and duped into getting a Bachelors Degree there and graduating with honors...honors that mean nothing!

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Degree: Human Services
Graduation Year: 2006
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Go somewhere else. You will not get anything more from Capella than you will get anywhere else, but you will get it 100 times cheaper. Capella is no different than other schools anymore in that they set their tuition based on knowing what the government will give you in loans. There was a time when I was younger tuition was reasonable and the loans helped you live while you studied hard. Now, schools pay their teachers crap, but their administrator executives million dollar salaries with golden umbrella retirement packages (work 5 years get full retirement) so they make sure they max out tuition to the very limit so they get the most money. Anyway, teachers are okay, some bad, some too political (like every college that hires liberals). Here is the worst - when your money is coming in they are the worlds best friend, when it isn't or you're having trouble and once they can't pressure you, they drop you like a sack of potatoes. Just go somewhere else.

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Kimberly - 1 day ago

Where would you recommend?

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Degree: Nursing Education
Graduation Year: 2015
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As a recent graduate of Capella's MSN program (nursing education), I would like to say the curriculum prepared me for my teaching role. While enrolled, the college where I work went through a board of nursing accreditation. The concepts learned helped me prepare for that process. I found the instructors to be very knowledgeable in their field and always willing to help. They always provided timely feedback when needed and when personal issues arose, were willing to work with me. I put in a lot of effort towards my studies and I am proud of the grades received even if I did not earn an A due to subpar work. I would recommend this school to anyone interested in pursing higher education.

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Degree: Business
Graduation Year: 2016
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Capella university is garbage do not go here if you can help it. They are trying to say I owe money for a class that was dropped before it started saying I was not supposed to get full disbursement when clearly I have been getting full disbursement every quarter with one class. I have asked them on numerous occasions to validate the debt in writing they still have not done it. But they state the debt is valid then why can they not validate it. I am beyond furious with their business practices if I could sue them I certainly would as a matter of fact I may look into that as a option. Somebody needs to teach them they can't falsely state you owe debt you do not. So I am unable to finish school because of this "false debt" they claim I owe. I basically wasted over 60,000 with them to still not end up with a degree this school ruined my life. Please do not attend here if you can help it

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Eleanor - 18 days ago

Honestly folks I am disappointed with Capella University. I was mislead several times concerning my financial aid. I have a huge bill and still no degree. Nor was I told that they use quarter credits oppose to semester credits and what the difference is time wise and financially.

Fact: FASFA has Capella with a low graduation rating, why? Is Capella getting students enrolled running up a high school bill and learners find themselves unable to graduate because they have exhausted their funding? Is Capella being evasive in explaining their policies to their students?

Well upon further inquiry I was told "it is your job to know your federal lifetime limit" Truthfully I count on my advisors to advise me, as I am suppose to. That was part of the attraction for me to their school (knowing I had support and guidance when needed). Not saying that I am not accountable for knowing and understanding their polices and all. But they are the professionals not me. I was counting on them.

Heck if the students are required to be intellects with all of their policies, procedures and student aid contracts then the school would not need to have financial advisors.

Bottom line...they got me. Does this mean I am dumb or naïve for trusting them? or that they operated in an unethical manner?

Businesses can no longer take advantage of the consumer and say it is just business anymore, they have to be held accountable. CAPELLA I AM HOLDING YOU ACCOUNTABLE!

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CapellaSucker - 17 days ago

I certainly wish I had read these reviews before becoming another one of their online victims and statistics. I experienced the same issues but worse they will make sure you will not graduate or get on with your degree program. You may begin repeating courses as well and end up paying the university double

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Scotty - about 9 hours ago

I wished that I had the opportunity to do this all over again and "NOT" go to Capella...I have been looking for a job for over 10 months and have had zero calls for an interview.

I am thinking of contacting a class action lawsuit attorney to see if; students, former or current as well as alumni can ready a study or suit in our name to have our student loans paid by the university.

I am sorry for your troubles.

Scotty A.

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Degree: Psychology, General
Graduation Year: 2016
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I have attended more than a few schools of higher education in my life, from technical certificate programs to 4-year private schools. Capella has got to be the worst of them. They have no regard for students needs, preferences, etc. It seems as long as they are getting that financial aid money and keeping students quiet and enrolled, they are quite happy to do nothing for it. If you have a problem with any aspect of the school, good luck getting help to solve it. If you have a question about any aspect of your course or coursework, don't ask since you will NOT receive any answers, not even any guidance on how to find the answer yourself. Worst school ever! DO NOT ENROLL here!

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Student that experienced this - 2 days ago

I experienced the exact same thing. I am filing the loans as fraudulent. I left college with my undergraduate degree in debt of 8k from loans. Now I'm at 61k and no degree or way to get back in school. This has to stop

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Degree: Psychology
Graduation Year: 2015
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If you want to loose over $120,000 and your sanity, perhaps your job and family too, then go to Capella....I hope to God every night that they get slapped with a HUGE lawsuit or something....in either case, they have destroyed my life, and I am not the only one...I have nothing left and the strange part is I completed 100% of their curriculum yet did not graduate, and I'm not the only one, read more reviews on line!

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Degree: Human Services
Graduation Year: 2010
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I earned a Ph.D in Human Services in 2010. Did I know that studying at a for profit institution would be a gamble? Yes, I did. Still, as a professor at a community college already working on a tenure track back in 2003, I can assure you that I weighed the pros and cons of enrolling very carefully. Ultimately, Capella is/was fully accredited and it allowed me the flexibility to work full-time, raise a family, and reach my highest educational goal. As a professor myself, at no time did I ever feel as though my program's curriculum was second rate. All of my professors, courses, mentors, and residential requirements were challenging. I learned a lot and have drawn upon my years at Capella to earn tenure and contribute to my discipline. All that said, my credentials have been "put down" by some of my less than enlightened colleagues at my institution and elsewhere. All I can do is my best as an alum. To be very candid, it is my assertion that the differences between a non-profit and a for-profit University are actually few and far between. For example: non-profit administrators are eager to see a "surplus" of funds in any given year... surplus is another name for "profit." In closing, I value my earned Ph.D from Capella University and recommend the institution for adult, non-traditional learners.

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Degree: Healthcare Administration
Graduation Year: 2015
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I am very pleased with Capella. The initial school advisors and my assigned advisor were/ are very helpful. Like all things, you get out of it what you put in to it. I find the course work challenging and my instructors knowledgeable and responsive. The quality of some of the other students work is not graduate level. Perhaps stricter admitting requirements would help. All in all, I have learned a great deal and the leadership concentration is competency based. I would prefer a brick and mortar school for a PhD only to have face to face interaction for real time instruction and attention. For the graduate level, however, I am very pleased. Just for the record, I went to brick and mortar for my a Associates and had a GPA of 3.5. I also went to a brick and mortar University for my Bachelors with a GPA of 3.75. I currently have a 4.0 at Capella and have put in the time and work because I have not had to commute anywhere. Capella is a good school. Your personal experiences need to be aligned with what they are capable of offering.

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jasmine - about 1 month ago

I am looking into enrolling in the MHA Program as well. How many classes would you suggest taking per quarter?

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That depends on your schedule. If you are working full time, one class per quarter will keep you busy. I took two classes and worked and it was extremely hectic and challenging. Plan on spending about 6-8 hours per week on each course on the graduate level. The reading is heavy sometimes but well worth it.

I am very pleased with the coursework. Next quarter I am taking Project Management finally. I had to satisfy several prerequisites first.

It is an excellent school.

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Degree: School Counseling
Graduation Year: 2017
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I would like to clarify that I do not write reviews but If I could save someone from falling I would write one. Capella is a joke. They will call you all hours of the day trying to get you to commit. Once you commit you now work of their time. My advisor would take days to email me back once he knew he got me. I am disappointed in this school because the financial team is horrible. The financial team told me I could not go to school because another school paid and extra 30.00 in school loan. Really?? 30.00!? After contacting my loan services & showing proof of documentation. I was still not cleared for 30.00 and was told I cant take my next courses( after I purchased books for 300.00). My professor spelled my name wrong each time we communicated and my name has 4 letters in it. She would also doc points but would spell my name wrong during the email. I hope that anyone that goes here do not believe the hype about the commercials. Do extensive research and choose wisely. Again, I was a real student that have dreams and hopes of finishing school. It will not be at Capella!

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Edward Price - 6 days ago

Ladies and Gentlemen may I ask that if you're reading these comments would you be kind enough to evaluate the writer. May I also add that Capella graduates work on the Ancient Greek format of Philsophical exchange between student and teacher ... and the student does the investigation, formulation of why their data are useful and then debates the merits with the Master (teacher). It teaches the art of how to THINK not how to be lead. So I surmise some of the complains are from people who have not learned Independent Research and /or how to present their research in a believable manner. I, like thousands more have achieved, a Capella degree with honors, and fruitful careers with peers from Harvard University, Princeton University who honor me/my degree as on par . Before accepting the negative criticism, ask yourself these questions: (1) is it the quality of the school that is being discussed or the poor preparation by the student? who is dissatisfied because Capella refused to accept poor quality work?. Also these students select Capella for its quality or because they thought that it would be less strenuous than its competitors in the brick-and-mortar league? Please be advised that Capella has a stellar reputation, high quality instructors, great track record of achievement by their graduates, and have risen to prominence based on the academic performance of their students, and the wonderful preparation received by those who are thinkers, movers and shakers with great perception of the task at hand - the expected qualities of a PhD - not a leader who is a crybaby seeking to be led. This school graduates "Generals Not Privates" (Leaders). Before you believe these comments investigate for yourself. P. S. I received my PhD from Capella and it's opened doors for for me to lecture/ teaching at two Ivy League schools in this country. So if someone says it does not rankask them for the concrete proof. Finally We've heard gripes about money and preparation for future work but not what the former did to foster a job. A person can graduate Harvard and is not guaranteed a job on general principal. We gain jobs on the quality of our GPA, examples of our ability to do research, to manage people-resources, family connections/contacts, personal presentation and first impressions of the interview which may including a rudimentary display of our "worthiness to function in the position for which we're applying.

In todays world ALL schools have Brick-and Motar/Online schools/classes ... that include the Ivy League group as well A Capella degree and it's accreditation carries equal weight with its sister schools across the country and abroad ... a high standard of scholarship (work which is displayed in research written/published, academic grades, co-publication in peer reviewed journals, research skills and measurably displayed signs of being grounded in your field of study and some of the ancillary feeder fields. This is not Kindergarten it's GRADUATE SCHOOL!

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Tee - 3 days ago

You have GOT to be kidding me - "Generals not Privates???" Sir - Capella will NEVER be in the league w/brick & mortar institutions of ANY caliber bc the BEST in their field would NEVER sully their vitae by instructing at such an institution! You can pat yourself on the back and try to feel good about your choice all you want, but the bottom line is if you indeed have peers from Harvard, Princeton, and the like who regard you as "on par," I question them! The old adage has not changed sir - If what you attain is accessible by ANYONE, it is less valuable! THAT is what schools like Capella offer - an education that is widely accessible by almost anyone willing to pay them for it. I don't know ONE PERSON that could not enroll, and I'm gathering information right now to STOP a close friend from doing the same! She has applied to PhD programs at UNC, W&M, Penn, etc., and been denied by ALL of them bc frankly, she had a low B average in her Master's program from a mediocre institution, and has GRE scores that are average at best. Well, she applied or rather PERUSED Capella's site, and was immediately accepted! THAT tells me too much - the for-profit element infects the quality of the admission, and she should try to go elsewhere! They do NOT have a stellar rep, as they are beleaguered with MANY lawsuits, complaints, and even outcomes that pale in comparison to more traditionally-earned degrees. Capella is an institution that routinely accepts and then produces academics who are average at best (lets be real, didn't they JUST stop their open-enrollment policy in 2010), so to them, because they completed what it is they "dreamt of," they are lulled into a false sense of having also obtained quality along the way. I personally know a recent Capella doctoral graduate, and he is more of an academic in his mind than in his life - yet since he has the velour get-up posted, he THINKS he's ready to teach young minds all over America. So, unless you can show the expanding ratio of Capella doctoral grads who indeed are tenured instructors (or at least do so FT) at Harvard, Princeton, or even UNC, Penn, or Georgetown, recognize subpar when you experience it. Sorry - MONEY WASTED! ANYONE can teach adjunct classes at the local college - you don't need a doctorate to do THAT!

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