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Colorado Technical University - Online
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I started CTU in July of 2011 to get my associates in Science and healthcare administration. I was supposed to graduate in November of 2012.

I ASSURE YOU I AM NOT COMPLAINING BECAUSE I COULDN'T DO THE WORK AND FAILED. I AM COMPLAINING BECAUSE THIS SCHOOL IS A RIP-OFF!

I didn't like the structure of the school. That wasn't that much interaction. So i looked into phoenix.

The next day.. I received an email and a phone call stating that the price of the books increased and so did the credit hours and in order to continue school I had to pay $1,000+ to continue!

CTU DRAINED MY FINANCIAL AID FOR THE YEAR! NOT JUST THE SEMESTER! So, I couldn't transfer!

Perfectly legal.

So, I got screwed until I could renew my fafsa. I am now choosing a Doctorate Degree at a different school.

BUT I HAVE TO PAY CTU FIRST! OVER 6 GRAND! Please don't get sucked into this school. It ruined my life.

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Go to a real school, not CTU
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Degree: MBA in Finance
Graduation Year: 2011
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I was already pursuing a MBA at the University of Colorado when my job transferred me to a new city. I had completed 6 classes with no grade lower than A-. I made the poor decision when I moved that instead of staying at CU (getting a new job), traveling for school, or attending only online classes; I would transfer to a new grad school to finish my MBA as soon as possible. At the time, graduating with the piece of paper was more important. After all of my academic successes and licenses earned, I made a very poor decision, in hindsight.

As a side note, do not transfer grad schools. Start and concentrate fully on your study and creating job opportunities. The only exception I see to this rule would be if you could transfer from an average school to a top 25 business school.

First, CTU has a policy that all work must be submitted in APA format, even short one paragraph assignments. This is a bit excessive. Additionally, the American Psychological Association style is specifically that, for psychology. It is true that other medical professions sometimes use this style, but APA is reserved for the soft sciences. I have never used APA in my undergrad, graduate, my published work (yes, I am published), or my professional reports. APA is not relevant to my work as my MBA is supposed to be relevant to the world.

Second, and my biggest problem, is that my classes were very simple. CTU was easier than my undergrad work, and I'm talking about my easier 300 level classes. My marketing class was a series of show and tell sessions where we described an everyday object. My management class required two papers a week summarizing articles. I repeatedly added my own analysis with references and graphs to which my professor replied, you are over achieving on every assignment but very good work. I was trying to challenge myself, plus that level of work was required in my previous schools. My finance management class was comprised of such subjects such as, what is a stock, what is a bond, how does life insurance work. These discussions were hardly 600 level, I felt like I was in a high school class. In one class the professor could not answer the question, what does ETF stand for?, a rather simple question. This professor was the Dean of the Finance Department. After the first two weeks of class the professor actually approached me and asked that I teach in his class. He asked that I teach certain topics, lead discussion, and through example and lecture, show the other students how to apply financial thinking and concepts. My classes continued this way in every subject. I didn’t take a single test at CTU. I was also never required to submit any final projects that were greater than any individual paper that was assigned throught a semester. My “capstone” class, which is supposed to be my chance to prove I was worthy of my MBA and include research and analysis from all subjects in the business school, was not at all like that and was one of my easiest classes. I actually took the capstone class in the middle of my semesters to get it out of the way, instead of at the end of my degree program. I was not required to take any law classes (even ignoring the fact that I had taken three business law classes at CU), only one very elementary economics/accounting class, only two finance classes (even though finance was my specialization), and no classes in operations or logistics. Unfortunately, I was getting exactly what I had asked for: the easiest way to get that piece of paper that said I have a MBA. I wanted the fast track and CTU provided the bullsh*t “schooling.”

Third, CTU advertises itself as the future of education, “career-focused,” “industry-specific,” and focused on advanced technology. None of those dash excessive adjectives were true. Not once did we work with mentors in the business world or any actual companies. Never did we discuss how our projects were mirrored to actual projects in the real world. We never had a guest speaker from a local business. While my career was pushing me harder and setting expectations for me upon graduation, my schooling at CTU seemed to be “dumbing” me down. I should have been on the payroll (which I was later offered by the Dean of Finance) than wasting time and money. We didn’t even use Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Project, Outlook, or Access for our work (although I secretly did even knowing my grade could be punished) even though those programs are used in the real world. We were forced to use some software no one outside of CTU has ever heard of or used. It was also expensive software that CTU sells. That must be part of the “for profit” designation CTU carries. None of our work was ever shared with local businesses to show our potential as employees to those businesses. I would never use any of my school work from CTU to sell myself in interviews, I do use work samples from my CU schooling in interviews to prove I can work for employers. That was what CU advised me to do, and has received many kudos from interviewers. CTU promises a nontraditional college experience with a focus on technology like in the real world. The extent of CTU’s technology was using email to communicate to teachers (that’s not groundbreaking), submitting papers online (also not groundbreaking but funny when the papers were prepared in class and the teacher couldn’t accept them directly to his computer but we all sat there wasting time waiting for our work to upload, then the professor had to open the papers individually), then meeting as teams in some classes in the CTU online chat rooms. The irony being that I rarely talked to a team member in or out of class as it was explicitly against guidelines. This “advanced” technology made all teamwork a hassle and counterproductive. That was the extent of technology at CTU, PowerPoint for presentations was accepted sometimes but not supported. I even had more than one professor state they would not share their PowerPoint notes and lectures with the class because that was their work, not ours. I still don’t understand why you would teach from PowerPoint slides but not allow students to review those slides after class when studying. Furthermore, the online portion of each class (whether it was 50% or 100% of the attendance) was forced and almost every professor complained about it. CTU has yet to figure out how to use an online platform to teach, their attempts are so awkward and made work very difficult.

Lastly, CTU has little to no career services. They try to pass off their very small and security job dominated job fairs as career helpful. But these aren’t helpful since almost no local or nonlocal businesses attend, and no one in the business school is attempting a degree of being a security officer. They have only one person on staff to help with interview preparation and resume building. I feel that a graduate candidate should already have these skills and professionals they can network with, but apparently this is not true at CTU. The career services employee came straight from 20 some years in the military and did not have any educational or professional experience to qualify him as a career services mentor. The marketing professor invited him to come to our class and effectually waste an entire period teaching us about resumes. The info presented was misleading, incorrect, and horrible. I have worked in HR depts., I have worked closely with HR depts. and employees professionally and in networking, and I have my own mentors and experiences to back me up. This career services individual “taught” all the wrong things to do as the only right way to write a resume. He taught that the longer the resume the better because it shows the candidate has more experience (no matter the quality of the experience or resume), he taught many pages are best. He taught that sections titled hobbies, interests, skills, qualifications, education, licenses, should all be separate sections, even though some of those are synonyms for each other. He also said that personal interests should be included, the more the better. I still don’t know what my interest in cooking, bird watching, and UFC have to do with getting a financial analyst job, not to mention I don’t even like those things particularly. He also promoted the use of objectives (I don’t agree but I do accept that many people do like the objective section), but he specifically stated the objective should be many sentences, include as many adjectives as possible, and does not need to relate to the actual job being sought (I wholeheartedly disagree).

I had many, many other problems with CTU but I achieved exactly what I intended: a piece of paper that says I have a MBA. I list my MBA on my resume. But I regret how I failed myself by taking the easy way out, and I didn’t even save money. Fortunately, I was able to finish my MBA in six months; unheard of from real schools.

During my time at CTU and since, I have passed the Series 7 and 66, passed the CFA Level 1 and 2 tests, earned an insurance license, and taken the LSAT. I’m hoping those accomplishments fill my gap the MBA doesn’t.

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Degree: Project Management
Graduation Year: 2012
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I enrolled into CTU Online in October 2009. From October 2009 until May 2012, I attended CTU Online. CTU allowed me to transfer credits received during my Marine Corps tenure and after that time.

Colorado Technical University is a very time and research demanding school. The instructors are well respected in their fields. This is a great school. I received my Associates and Bachelors Degrees from CTU and would pursue a Masters but am currently unemployed.

I am getting calls from employers; however, and I give a great deal of credit to CTU and the BSBA in Project Management for the inquiries.

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Outraegeous 'Stipend/Refund'
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Degree: Business
Graduation Year: 2013
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I have read many reviews so far and have to say about 60% were useful and right on point with good Intel/info. I won’t focus too much on the curriculum and/or degree, because I feel an education is what you 'put in it' that matters in the end. With a 3.96 GPA and a 'running log' of thousands of hours, I can say that I put in my work, for my degree.

Here is my issue with CTU: What I am going to share with you 'is fact', not opinion. This is directly from my 'Higher One Account', as well as my 'CTU Online Account Tab'. Also, some info from the financial aid tab as well.

First off, I began attending CTU in August of 2011, in which I am still a current student. I have been taking 2 classes per session every session. That is 2 courses in 5 and 1/2 weeks, or 16 credits every 11 weeks (a quarter). The reason for this was that I wanted to complete my A.S. degree in 18 months, not the traditional 24 months at a ground campus.

I have been told 'that I' have exceeded my financial aid amount for the academic year; I hit the ceiling I was told....Because of this, I am 'being forced' to take only 1 class for 2 sessions, or I have to pay an 'out of pocket expense' I was told (by financial aid supervisor). Here is my question: Where is all the money from 'Pell Grants', 'Subsidized Loans', 'Unsubsidized Loans', and 'Scholarships' going to?......

My tuition bill every 11 weeks (or quarter) is $4,880. When the math is computing by dividing 16 (number of credits I take in a quarter), you are left with $305 per credit hour....Don’t worry, Kaplan University is $371 per credit hour.

Anyways, that is not the point I want you to see, but it is this: Out of 'ALL' student funding received by the government, how much did I actually receive in a 'Stipend/Refund' amount, on my Higher One debit card?

Here are the final figures (request copies if you need further proof): 1. Oct. 17, 2011: $1,622.00 2. April. 27, 2012: $956.00 3. May. 01, 2012: $1,850.00 We are now in 08/04/12, and this is 'ALL' I have received in the form of 'Stipend/Refund' from CTU Online. When we add up the 3 figures, we get a grand total of $4,428.00 that I have received, since 'I started' going to CTU Online (Mid August 2011). The exact date I started was 08/14/12 (on CTU Online Academics Tab). In 10 days, it will be a full year that I have attended CTU Online (365 days, 12 months, or 48 weeks).

I was interested to know, what was the 'breakdown' of this amount per week, so I ran the numbers? Here is what I found: 1. $369.00 per month 2. $092.25 per week I was told by the 'Supervisor of Financial Aide' that a student is not supposed to be using their stipends 'for large bills'. This was in reference to rent, electric, food, etc. My questions are: How else is a person to survive? Am I to find 'a full time job' while also being a 'full time student'? There is one problem with that though, and that is when you apply for financial aid, you are required to list your job and what you make. The purpose of this is 'to lower your financial aide' or deny altogether. Taxes are recorded, and your social is used as well. Not only that, but a 'student' is denied 'food stamps', because they receive financial aid. They must assume all students are sitting 'fat on the hog', but as 'anyone can see' this is just not the case.

I am facing 'eviction', because I moved into an apartment with the little bit of money that CTU Online gave me, and I am unable to keep up with the payments. This is not right to do to a 'full time student', and then force him 'to take fewer classes'! Who does that to people?

I would like to know, 'Where is my money'? Students at Tallahassee Community College (TCC) receive 5 or 6 grand a semester, as well as Florida State University and FAMU University receive more than I do, and they (except TCC) are better schools than CTU Online. This is robbery on a large scale, especially when 'my grades' are far superior to 95% of any student in the world! I was told that academics have nothing to do with financial aid, but I disagree. What would be the point to stay in school (and be poor and struggling) with high marks, but receive no 'incentives' to keep 'focus' on school? I ask that, because my current focus is on the rent and bills, because I may be homeless pretty soon!

My final words are that CTU Online has got 'It twisted', if they think that this behavior is 'ETHICAL'. This is pure evil in my opinion. I hope and pray that CTU Online does a better job in the future, taking care of their students, or their might come a day CTU Online may not have any students. I will continue to spread the message! Sincerely, Unsatisfied!

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Excellent University
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Degree: Info. Technology
Graduation Year: 2014
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I have been attending this university for two years now and can honestly say the university provides a quality education that is just as good or better than as a brick and mortar university. I attended Rutgers University and can compare the quality of education that they both provide.

If you are thinking online education is easier, you will be mistaken. CTU online curriculum is quite challenging, but the online resources that CTU provides and its award winning interactive learning environment is awesome. I highly recommend CTU, especially for the working adult or members of the armed forces, excellent university!!

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I started at CTU in 2009 with a degree plan of an AA in Business Administration. I decided to switch degrees later on which was a smooth transition within student services. I love the fact you are not required to take the fast track of 2 classes per session as I work 40 hours a week. The majority of my instructors have been great but I've a few that I feel didn't cover the curriculum well enough. Depending on your degree area will dedicate the amount of time you need to set aside each week for class.

I'm currently 3/4 of the way with my BS in Accounting and the labs that go along with some of the classes are the same type of hands on work you would experience in a traditional classroom setting. The titution rate is high for classes so if you can take general classes at a community college save yourself the money there.

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Shake the haters off
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Graduation Year: 2015
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I have been atending CTU Online since Jan. 2012 I find it to be a great school for learning at your own pace.I have done school in the past and at 52 really already have the knowledge of the degree but dont have the degree. I could right a lot more but I won"t however if you are willing to work you will learn and EARN your degree at CTU.

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Your personal effort is key
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Degree: Bachelor's Degree
Graduation Year: 2012
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I have been a student of CTU-Online since January 2011 and I am proud to state that I will be graduating with honors next week. Prior to enrolling with CTU I read countless reviews and found the same opinions that I do today. Many are pleased with their experience and others are furious that they had a poor experience. While apprehensive, I worked hard to ensure that I researched the school, asked questions if I had them and contacted faculty and staff I was unsure about the information.

I transferred into CTU with an Associate’s degree from a local community college and the experience went amazingly well. I was pleased to have my credits transfer, saving me time and money retaking courses. The enrollment counselors were friendly and informative, although I would add they were encouraging me to enroll-but that is there job.

Not having the ability to pay for the courses outright, I needed to utilize student loans. The process was explained to me and when I had questions while going through the paperwork- which were provided to me, I wasn’t just “signed up” for loans, my questions were answered promptly.

The course work was at times frustrating, with the correlation between the assignment’s and the underlying lessons being a bit unclear; but again this is nothing new to anyone that has graduated public schools. The instructors seemed to swing back and forth, some times they were phenomenal, others not so much. For a few courses I had professors that were working on their Doctorate and if I completed an assignment and was close- I received a high grade. Other instructors seemed to take things in their own direction and graded very harshly and lacked solid feedback for the grading. One thing that did frustrate me are the few “rogue” instructors that feel that they are going to change CTU’s process and teach the class how they feel it should be- causing for a bit of tension in the course and frustration with the students.

Yes tuition rose during my time here. Most schools tuition does rise incrementally and CTU was certainly not exception. Was the cost comparable to the education, at times yes and times no. With any school you are paying for the name and CTU’s cost’s seemed to rise as their popularity did. When I saw commercials on major tv channel’s I knew the cost’s would go up. I was however provided a notice that the cost’s were rising and was never caught off guard.

The live chats can be a great tool, if you use them. For me they were not, I rarely listened to them as I found that few of the professors utilized the time well. This is a tremendous resource however if you are struggling. During one math course I was having trouble and I was able to review the live chats repeatedly until I gained thorough comprehension over the subjects. Speaking honestly, the books were only used part of the time as well. If you are good at online research, you won’t need them 100% of the time.

The course work includes a TON of paper’s and I mean a lot. I didn’t mind this as I felt it was better to write about the topic rather than take a test. Some people do well, others not so much. Overall, the experience is what I made of it. Was it hard, yes. Did I have to work hard, yes. Were there times it was easy, of course. This program is like anything in life, if you work hard you will see positive results. Best of luck!!
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It is a good school
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Graduation Year: 2015
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I been attending CTUO since January 2012. I will like the school because the teacher are professional and very knowledgeable about the subjects the teach so far. When Need question answer they respond to me in a timely manner. Finanical Aid is easy to get. They give you many resources to learn the subject.

If you are not wiilling to put the time and effort into studying you can't pass the class. This school is just like any other college or univerisity. So don't waste your time if you are not going to study.</P.

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CTU Ripoff
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Degree: Medical Billing & Coding
Graduation Year: 2012
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I have $25,000+ in student loans for nothing. I went for my Associates Degree in Medical Billing and Coding and they taught me nothing. Now they refuse to forgive my tuition. I cannot pass the licensing exam or get a job doing medical coding and billing because I do not know how!

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