I am noticing with a lot of these reviews that the people saying negative things can't seem to spell and people saying it didn't help their careers don't know about college at all.
A piece of paper is not going to tell any employer that you can do your job. Instead of whining and complaining about the career services department, do your own career services. Most of the programs have a class called: Career Skills. Use it.
The class is not just something to look over really quick or toss together your assignments and not learn anything from it.
Because this is an online university, you will have to prove yourself more than the person whose university name gets them a job even if they do not know how to do it. Try networking, doing informational interviews, researching the company you are applying to, and possibly sending the company a printed (or online) portfolio of what you can do.
Don't take your student loans back since pretty much everything is paid for. I am almost done with one more term left and I only have 12.5 in student loans currently.
I took the time and had the financial services rep on the phone for 1.5 hours until I understood what I was getting into and the cost of the program. I asked question constantly and then I called and asked more questions. I utilized the e-mail system for the student services and more and got responses in 24 to 72 hours.
I am a stay at home, married mother of two small children in preschool and kindergarten. If I can manage to pull of Dean's List, President's List and get invite to participate in programs like other colleges as well as being directed to becoming a student affiliate of the AICPA and much more. So can anyone else.
It is all about how much work you want to put into your schooling and your career.
As other posters said, this is college not high school.
This is also an online school. Which means no one is going to hold your hand through it and most of your learning is done on your own. When the class is over go back and read a chapter when you have time or give yourself random problems to complete and then ask yourself why it is correct.
I was told my credits would be at the discretion of another school to transfer just like - EVERY OTHER COLLEGE!
I love this school and I plan to come back for my bachelors.