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5 out of 5
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Degree: Psychology
Graduation Year: 2017

I would definitely recommend this college. The curriculum was exactly what I needed for my field of study and I learned essential tools that I can implement into my professional occupation. The professors were very efficient and timely with feedback. Also, I loved the live seminars that we had once a week because there was an actual person talking to you and answering questions and concerns. Every Professor followed the syllabus and instructions were very clear on how to succeed here. This is an online school, so it should only be for self-motivated learners!

5 out of 5
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Degree: Accounting
Graduation Year: 2016

Kaplan online is a very diverse school. I enjoyed the professor's instructional lessons, as well as being able to meet people from all over the world. I've made new friends from attending kaplan online. This university is an awesome place to learn. I would recommend kaplan.edu to anyone.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement Administration
Graduation Year: 2016

This school was extremely helpful. The teachers wanted to see the students succeed and did all that they could to help us. The online seminars allowed me to feel as though I was actually there being taught and allowed me to have conversations with other students. The school also provides the reading materials for you so you don't have to spend money out of pocket. Kaplan is very military friendly and they work around your schedule. Kaplan has helped me greatly pursue the degree I wanted and I will be applying to Law School as soon as I am finished with my contract with the United States Army.

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1 out of 5
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Degree: Business Administration and Management, General
Graduation Year: 2018

I enrolled in this school because my job gives a tuition discount so I thought, why not? I was doing online classes, have only been here 10 weeks and they want 2,751$ or they will block my classes. I asked repeatedly if FAFSA would cover my tuition for the rest of what I owed. They told me, "yes yes don't worry about it everything will work out for you" NOPE! They blocked my classes and will not allow me to continue on until the balance is paid, wasted 10 weeks and now owe a ton of money. Would not recommend, money hungry and horrible staff.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Human Services
Graduation Year: 2018

I would not recommend this school. I had nothing but problems from the beginning between paperwork they kept misplacing and the advisor not knowing what she was doing. The advisor was not at all helpful and I often went out of my way to talk to someone else because she was completely unknowledgeable. Please beware that you are attending this university at your own risk. I would highly recommend looking into somewhere else!

5 out of 5
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Degree: Human Resources Management/Personnel Administration, General
Graduation Year: 2017

I have learned so much with Kaplan University. I would recommend this school to everyone. I love the professors they were awesome. They worked with you to help you understand the assignments. Best school by far. I do plan on going back for my bachelors degree with Kaplan University. I can not want to learn so much more from them.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Human Services, General
Graduation Year: 2016

Furure Kaplan University students...please head my warning! This "for profit" college is a scam! I have already given my review of the school previously, but here's something very important you all need to know!!! Their Financial Aid Dept. will tell you that "6 months after you graduate, you will have to begin paying back your student loans. The payments should be about $50-$85 per month." That's not a crazy amount of money for most people to set aside from their budget for a bill....right? WRONG! I graduated on October 10th, 2016. My first bill/demand letter showed up in my mail box on October 11th, 2016!!! Exactly 24 hours after I graduated they started hitting me up for repayment. AND...it was not a $50-$85 payment that tbey were requesting. My first bill was for $413.26!!!! They lie and tell you whatever they have to in order to get touito enroll. The student advisor who originally spoke to you on the phone gets a commission for fish hooking you. So, if you like being someone else's bait fish, stick around and get caught on their line. (Line of BS) Please don't let these scam artists take you for a ride. Please read my previous post to find out more about this bogus school. And NO, I'm not trash talking KU because I was displeased with my grades...I maintained a 4.O GPA and graduated with every Presidential Honor they have to offer.

3 out of 5
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Degree: Psychology
Graduation Year: 2016

I attended one term with Kaplan online, and I had a balance of $401.00. I was unable to pay this right after Christmas and being a single mother I was not able to start the next term. So I had to withdrawal! They would not work with me and told me to take out a personal loan. They also said to try some scholarship sites to see if I would qualify for any. That was their advice. They state they are there to help us with our goals and make our dreams come true. I am going to school so that I do not have to be on welfare and to be able to support myself and family. It is sad they would not work for me to pay that small amount of money. I do not recommend this school to no one and will let anyone know that they did not care me personally, which means they will not care about anyone else personally.

2 out of 5
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Degree: Health and Medical Administrative Services, Other
Graduation Year: 2017

Horrible school. Teachers barely grade work so its hard to keep up with your grades. As students we depend on financial aid to get us through our school times. However Kaplan University could care less about their students and withhold financial aid many of the times paying only after the semester is almost finished or done. While attending Kaplan I was almost kicked out of my apartment twice for non-payment. And I am a military student so this is ridiculous. It didn't happen once or twice it has happened 4 consecutive semesters. Their systems are old and outdated and direct deposit is not even an option. Do yourself a favor and find another school their programs may be great but their service to students sucks.

4 out of 5
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Degree: Accounting
Graduation Year: 2016

Kaplan is an okay school. They make many resources available to their students for extra help like tutoring and a library. Some instructors are very helpful and obviously care about your success, and there are other instructors that just do the minimum, and you have to really find resources to get answers to questions. Overall, I got what I needed out of it.

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