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3 out of 5
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Degree: Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services, Other
Graduation Year: 2016

After participation Inside of Associate's degree program toward Business Management. I've made the decision to continue my education with Everest, toward my Bachelor's degree in "Business Administration." Different aspects within the challenge of your journey can make itself present. Within my own experience toward receiving an education with Everest has been fulfilled. Rather or not a career will present itself still remains to be seen.

2 out of 5
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Degree: Criminal Justice
Graduation Year: 2016

I started of in the associates program maintained a 4.0 and got my degree. I proceeded into the bachelors program and it continued to ride smooth. It was getting close to graduation and they decided to send me a email stating that I pay them 5,000 dollars before April 22, 2016 or they will expel me. My world was crushed. They advised me to pay 1,500 dollars and they will put me in the next term. While they were getting money out of me, they did not tell me until it was time to enroll again that they were not teaching this class no more. They did not even give me the courtesy to tell me that I will not be able to enroll in the August 22nd term. Never again this school should even have the privilege to be on tv lying to people. They take our money and then throw you to the wolves.

3 out of 5
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Degree: Medical Billing & Coding
Graduation Year: 2013

I study medical billing & coding, I really enjoyed this course. So after I completed and graduated in 2013, I decided to pursue another degree in a different subject. A year into it, I get a call saying the school is closing? So, I dropped out. I never received my Associates degree for the MBIC program?? In other words I wasted 2 1/2 years of my life and nothing to show for it?? Can't get a job because I have no experience??

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1 out of 5
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Degree: Business Administration
Graduation Year: 2014

I thought Everest was a great college until I picked up the phone and decided to actually attend. I wished I NEVER made that call. Every week I got a different advisor, barely heard from my teachers, and never received any help when I needed it. I wouldn't recommend this school to any one

4 out of 5
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Degree: Criminal Justice
Graduation Year: 2016

Everest University has really impact my life. In the world of Criminal Justice, Everest has given me a full potential to pursue my dream job. There work around my schedule so I could take care of my personal life while attending classes. I would recommend this school to everyone. Class of 2016

1 out of 5
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Degree: Accounting
Graduation Year: 2014

For the most part, this school was great while I attended for my A.S. I got my A.S. in accounting in July 2014. The teachers were very interactive and I learned so much. I hated accounting and never felt like I was the best at it. However, I figured it'd make a decent backup for my career in the future. So, I stuck with it and the professors and other staff really made me feel like it was worth it. I graduated with a 3.95 GPA. I even joined their student advisor program and got to help other students which I loved. I felt like Everest was going to be a great experience for me. So, when I graduated with my A.S. in accounting and wanted to move to a Bachelor's degree in computer science, I decided to go with Everest again. However, this is where things went seriously downhill for me with this school. After I went through the whole enrollment process to get my new degree (I switched majors because I felt it better suited me over accounting), I was excited for my first term. I didn't do bad in my first term of computer science, but I didn't do great either. However, my professors in my second term lacked everything that my accounting professors provided me with. They weren't helpful at all. It was always difficult to reach them. I worked hard and still failed my courses. I don't blame the professors completely though - computer science ended up not being for me. So, I finally changed my major one more time - to criminal justice. However, I didn't want to continue with Everest. I was burnt out on Everest after the experience I had with the computer science professors. The transition out of Everest seemed easy. I got unenrolled and went on the search for a new university. This is when Everest really lost all my respect. Apparently, after unenrolling, they failed to put the information into the system. So, when the new term started, Everest assigned me the classes I'd failed to take again and even managed to get the loans and grants without my permission. I had no idea I was still enrolled - I was never informed of anything. So, since I didn't attend classes, they expelled me and my grants and loans were reneged. This left me owing Everest $1500 directly for that term - classes I never even took. I didn't know this until I tried to enroll into another school. When I tried to enroll into another school, they tried to retrieve my official transcripts from Everest. Everest refused to release them because of my debt to them. So, until I pay Everest the $1500, they're going to hold my transcripts hostage. But from what I understand in applying to other schools, they won't take enough of my credits to even count. So, I'm sat here thinking "What was the point?" Everest has had a huge lawsuit against them. They do so many of their students wrong and it's not helping anyone. They'll do whatever it takes to make a dollar. Kudos to anyone who actually got through Everest with a good experience and was actually able to get a job with their degree. Because I sure haven't. Unfortunately, I'm going to have to retake all my basic classes and deal with the extra expense. Needless to say, I'll be doing a lot more research when I start college again. Please, I beg you, stay away from Everest if you want to get an education that's actually worth your money. I could have saved $27,000 and been in the same exact position I'm in now. All I have to show for that money is a pretty piece of paper.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Criminal Justice
Graduation Year: 2016

My program was very hard and it required a lot of focus. I am very pleased with my knowledge I received from my professors, because most of them were either in the field of study or teaching at other colleges and universities. This program give me an opportunity to expand up my writing skills and to focus on being responsible whether in a classroom setting or online. However, it is more difficult to stay focus when working on line. The criminal justice masters program is a great program, but requires a lot of time and effort. Everest is just as good or even greater than any other college. The materials and lesson mirrors other major universities. Hard work pays off.

2 out of 5
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Degree: Medical Administrative/Executive Assistant and Medical Secretary
Graduation Year: 2016

Teacher is always late or never shows up. We were told the school material/information we were being taught was outdated as of 2013 and we were in 2015. They stopped our course of study so they can revamp it and we won't get the new material. We have a student that comes to the school with her child and sits in the library and not in class and stills get credit for coming to school while others have to pay for daycare. We basically teach each other. I have voiced my concerns and followed the chain of command and nothing has been done. At times am not learning anything and would like this to be taken seriously and some of us sacrifice a lot to come to school and would like to get a discount because for what I have paid on tuition is not worth what I have or am receiving from school. My entire class feels the same way and wanted to express our concerns. My next step is the Dean as they have finally put one in place. Concern Student!!!!!

1 out of 5
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Degree: Medical Billing & Coding
Graduation Year: 2011

This school is more worried about the money than the students. Most schools allow you to choose your classes but, when you go online, they pick your classes. If you fail them you still pay the same amount for them even if you have the books. Student advisers changes every few months sometimes weeks. $50.000 + and I ended up dropping out because I spent more money trying to pass classes than getting my degree. SAVE YOUR MONEY DONT GO TO THIS SCHOOL!!

1 out of 5
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Degree: Criminal Justice
Graduation Year: 2018

I am attending Everest University online. When i started out i was going for my Associates degree for Criminal Justice but they changed it to where you have to get a Bachelor's degree for my field. I have to have 192 credits for this college to get a degree. I am currenlty at 86 credits and owe 35,000.00 in student loans. I still have nine terms left to get my degree, Why i am still there is because 60% of the schools that i have contacted won't take credits from the college, 30% of the schools i contacted will only take between 8 - 24 credits and the 10% of the other schools or more expansive. The only good thing that the new company took over them is it decreased the tuition a little. Instructors is OK. The ad visors and student aid reps don't help at all. They lie. They don't contact you if there is a problem and when you call them if there is a problem you get the run around. According to there policy they are suppose to email or cal you back with in 72 hours of your email or phone call. I emailed my student adviser and program lead and student aid rep two weeks later.. NO RESPONSE>> Find a different college.

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