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3 out of 5
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Graduation Year: 2010

I graduated from Everest University online on April 4, 2010. I submitted my money to receive my transcripts and my degree. They took the money out of my bank account. A few days later I received a bill saying that I still owe them approximately 3900 and unless I paid the balance in full they will not hand over my transcripts or degree even though I paid for it. I qualified for student loans and grants even took out a private loan to cover the costs for my education. They were to use the money were they seen fit because my checks were sent to the school directly never to me first. On top of that I never got part of my financial aid to help cover my living expenses. DO NOT GO TO THIS SCHOOL!!!!!!

They will use all your financial aid and even ask for more. On top of that the classes were easy never challenging.

3 out of 5
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I am currently enrolled and Everest but after this week I will not be. I have not been able to get no information about anything. They are the only school I ever been to were I can not go on the student portal to check my finances are grades are anything dealing with the school. I just started and have already decided not to keep going to this school. I think they are full of junk and I would not tell anyone about this school because it is to expensive and the people do not communicate with you. The only good thing about the school was the teachers. They were very helpful.

2 out of 5
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I have attended Everest for a few months and I have had nothing but problems with them. When I have a problem or question I can never seem to get a hold of anyone or even a response to an email. Noone ever knows what is really going on. They always have a different answer for any question. The school work has been super easy (TOO EASY). I have not recieved a grade below a 97 in a class.

Also they can never seem to get my money despersed to me which is amazing considering not many other schools have a problem posting money to your account and getting it to you in a timely fashion. My sister got ripped off from them they sent her bill after she quit saying they dispersed too much money to her (How does this happen??).

I am currently looking to switch schools because this has been a complete waste. Also no one told me I wasted my time with my associates in medical billing and coding. Apperently it is not acreditted and I would also have to take an expensive test to even do anything in this anyway- $1500.. Most places only offer a certificate degree. Screw them seriously. NOt to mention their classes are super expensive. I am paying $3000 per class and what for to be ripped off and ignored all the time???

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4 out of 5
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I attended Everest for about 2 years. I had atleast 5 advisors, that were either unavailable, could not be contacted, or contacted me to advise me they would no longer be with the school!!

Furthermore, I was getting financial aid, the aid ran out and the school took it upon themselves to begin billing m

One day, I get a bill for $6900! I call the school, and they advise me at this point I have had no financial aid for the last 3 semesters and this would be my bill. I asked why I was not advised my aid had run out, I was informed they apologize as the finacial advisor at the time was no longer with them and they were currently looking to fill the position. They apologized I was not advised, but informed me the total due amount was due IMMEDIATELY!!!!

If I had $7000 sitting in the bank would I have been on financial aid? Seriously? Teachers were great and the workload is reasonable, but everything else is an utter NIGHTMARE!!!! I would advise any prespective student to keep looking this is not the place!!!!! Good Luck!!!

4 out of 5
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I have been in attending Everest University for a couple of months now and so far my experience has been so-so. As far as the school work, it seems pretty easy. A little to easy. I have been making all A's so far but the work isn't that challenging. It just seems to me to be to good to be true.

My administrative and financial advisers have already been switched once and I seem to not be able to get in contact with my financial adviser. Every time that I call I am talking to a new person and the stories have all been different. Like "Checks have been disbursed" then "Funds have not been received from the government yet", then "I have something showing that you only will receive $50" even though I have a Pell grant, Subsidized and unsubsidized loan. They failed to tell me that although I should be receiving over $4,000 in loans and grants, that the tuition was sooooo high. Now that i am trying to crunch the numbers, NOBODY has a real answer for me.

I feel that if it is money that I am responsible for paying back then at LEAST I should know what it is being put towards. I thought that a loan was something giving to you and you decide what you wanted to do with it. I wonder if I would have been approved for attending Everest university if I didn't apply for a loan? Yes I am trying to further my education, I just DO NOT want to get caught up in a scam while trying to do that.

My education is very important to me but my family means more and if I am going to get stuck with loan payments that never went to the development of my family then what is this all for? We are still struggling and in the same predicament that we started off in, it is just that now I have added on more stress. But down to a question that i want to ask all of those who would not recommend Everest University, where you promised that 6 months before you graduated that they would start setting you up on job interviews in areas nearest you?

This was promised to me and if I can not get a job after attending this college for 2 yrs. but yet be stuck paying for these student loans that I never received then I will just cut my losses now instead of waiting. PLEASE ANSWER THAT QUESTION FOR ME.

4 out of 5
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Let's be serious. I have been a student of Everest for about 6 years. I received my Assoc in Paralegal from Everest, Bachelor's Degree in criminal Justice and I am about to finish my Master's Degree in Criminal Justice. If they had a PHD program I would do that. It is not a traditional school setting. I have done both Online and in the classroom. I prefer online. They have some poor professors as all schools do. They don't require standardized test such as SAT / GMAT. When I have had issues they were resolved. All you need to do is put in the time, complete the work and ask questions if you have issues.

4 out of 5
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I went to a Community Colleg for two years, then to a University for two years. I lived on campus the last two years while getting my B.A. I went for my first year of my Master's degree at a local college campus, but decided to got to Everest University Online. Everest is a great school. My Master's classes at Everest were just as difficult as the one's I took on campus. Everyone from the admissions rep, financial aid department, and ALL professors were helpful and knowledgeable. Stop kncking this school - it's a great university.

4 out of 5
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I've been attending Everest since April of this year. I was told I needed a pell grant and an unsubsidized and subsidized loan. I accepted them and I was told I would receive a disbursement because they didn't need all my funds. I opted for my left over money to come to me.

Now as far as my classes go they are great. I have great instructor's and they help you 100%. As far as all the comments go about not depending on school money to take care of you I don't I work full time as a correctional officer I am just trying to further my career as well as my education.

But if I have to pay these loans back I feel as if I should be able to receive my money. My financial aid advisor gives me 10 different stories every time I speak with her. I called loan origination and was told they processed and approved me for 3 loan. I only was aware of 2!! I still haven't received any refund and my financial aid advisor said the school is waiting for the funds!! It is so stressful because now I am forced to pay for something that I am not even seeing. I'm not a negative person but I work to hard to be shifted around.

On top of all this now my financial aid advisor want except my calls so I am having to go over their heads!!! PLEASE do NOT waste your money on this school. Go to your JR. College in your city!!!

4 out of 5
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If you plan on using your associates degree from Everest Online to just get a job, it might help. The Associates degree from Everest is worthless if you plan to go to a traditional college though.

I should have never attended Everest online. The $404.00 per credit hour that they charge you should be considered a felony crime. Why pay that for a worthless piece of paper?

4 out of 5
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I started Everest Unviersity Online in May 2009 so I am now in my second year. I love the program. I have the freedom to be at home with my three small children while I continue my education. I have a wonderful group of staff helping me. My student advisor emails me weekly to make sure I am not in any need of assistance. I can easily get intouch with my finicail advisor as well. I would deffinatly recommend this school

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