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5 out of 5
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Degree: Business Administration
Graduation Year: 2017

If you really want to learn, this is the school. Went for several job interviews after earning my MBA and help me to land one of the job I want to do. MBA professors are strict, knowledgeable and expert on their own area of concentration. Above all the professors help shape students to become responsible professionals.

4 out of 5
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Degree: Business Administration and Management, General
Graduation Year: 2019

The greatest issue facing this institution is the fact that it is willing to take in students with no S.A.T. or A.C.T. scores. This creates a high turnover rate of unsuccessful students. Many students complain that they do not receive the help they need, but the help they need is too significant of an obstacle for them to graduate from any university. Overall this is an excellent university, with concise programs to help you get your degree as quickly as possible. This Univerity struggles to maintain an effective advisor to student ratio (as every college does). The only remaining issue worth noting is the constant technical difficulties, which occur as a result of significant online and online interactive platforms. Overall, I give N.A.U. 4 out of 5 stars.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Criminal Justice
Graduation Year: 2017

I have been going to this school since 2012 and since then this school has gotten worse over the years. They say their going to help, but never do, they over charge people for unprofessional education. The instructors must be underpaid because they don't get back to people in time. Worse school I have "ever attended" will not be finishing with them. Last they don't have classes for all courses only some so your force to take class online with what little information they give you.

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1 out of 5
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Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2012

This place charged me 50,00 for a associates degree that I never received, I had 1 more class too take, national American University said that I was out of money. I never finished, and they never tried too help me get a job. Or finish college. I would not recommend this college too any one, all they want is people money, or too take all your money from you.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Management
Graduation Year: 2017

I will be graduating with an A.A.S. Management degree from National American University with the conclusion of this current semester. Personally, I have found the staff to be very helpful, especially the Director of Student Success, who seems to be always on hand and responds quickly when I send her a message. The classes are easy to navigate and the curriculum/schedule are well defined and posted. Most importantly, I feel like I have really been learning and I feel prepared to use what I have learned in the real world!

5 out of 5
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Degree: Allied Health and Medical Assisting Services, Other
Graduation Year: 2017

Great school, they want you to succeed and give you the help to do it. Tutoring was available for you and being that it is mainly a night school the tutors are there during that time also. I recommend this school to anyone out there looking to progress there career or trying to start a new one

5 out of 5
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Degree: Business Administration and Management, General
Graduation Year: 2017

This is a great school with small classes and great instructors. The staff greeted me with a smile everyday that I'm there. The instructors are very experienced and knowledgeable. I have no problems with financial aid, I receiving my books in a timely manner, the attendance policy is very very lenient, although, people timed-out after missing 14 hours out of 40.I would recommend anyone of my family and friends to enroll.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Small Business Management
Graduation Year: 2018

I was mislead and taken advantage of by many staff member's at this university. Once, I was enrolled the staff was not useful and the concerns were poorly handled, as a student I was not treated like policy states and this university did a poor job conduction business. I was unable to get the information I needed from many staff and I was multiple things that didn't happen very unhappy and now out of money for a known fact that this school is too much and they are not worth it but this is my opinion and I was told good and bad things about this school and I wouldn't come back but everyone's experience is different.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Business
Graduation Year: 2015

I didn't graduate, made me put one, Wow, NAU, This university is a complete JOKE, so I go and enroll, that was my first mistake. So I enroll into business, I had problems from the first day of Class, no one would explain a thing to me, I had problems know how to do the discussion. I did have a great advisor, she lost her job and I think it was because she was taking everyone else's students, she was that good, once my advisor left, I didn't get a how are you doing, do you need anything, from the day I started, I got no phone call back, no emails from my instructors, complete joke, I took 4 class's I had to drop out because I had absolutely no support and the business law I was in, I need my instructor to help t me, I got so frustrated that I dropped out, I was told right from the start that my financial aid was set up, no problems just keep going, and everything is fine, not so much. I got a bill for 11000.00 dollars, for 4 class that I had no support in what so ever. DO NOT GO TO NAU, they say they are credited to find out they are not, oh they will tell you they are, but they are not recognized by most universities, and you will find yourself having to take more classes and spend more money. biggest rip off out there. BEWARE THEY DON'T EVEN DESERVE ONE STAR

3 out of 5
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Degree: Criminal Justice
Graduation Year: 2017

National American can definitely work communicating better with students and potential students. They have been helpful to the extent that I must call several time to talk to someone without leaving a voice mail. Some times the staff act or talk as if they are to busy or have no time for you.I had attended NAU right after high school, I took both online and in person courses. The in person course were much easier. The online were difficult initially but after some time and learning from failing, they got a lot easier. I would recommend NAU. I have had some problems with the financial aid but caused by my own actions. (failing courses caused me to lose my financial aid) In the sense of cost it is pricey and I would recommend that any one who is interested in going to NAU talk to an advisor and the registrar because NAU accepts transfer credits. Pre-requisites(math, science, humanities, etc.) can be taken at a local community college and transferred over which will ultimately reduce the amount of debt/ cost to attend NAU. (THEY WILL NOT TELL YOU THIS! BUT IT IS POSSIBLE)The most difficult thing while attending NAU is having the self discipline to teach yourself the online course. One other thing is that SOME of the online instructors don't provide feedback on assignments so you can confirm that you are learning or understanding the material appropriately. Other than these things not to bad!

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