Rasmussen College Online Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (55)
This school is a complete joke. They butter you up with how "perfect" their program is, just to learn its unorganized and its self taught. Don't waste your time or your money. Go get a real legit degree. The instructors are rude and don't know anything but power points. It's all about money.
Rasmussen is the 7th college I've attended in the last 4 years, two which were non-profit and five which were for profit. All of the schools I've attended were online and I've by far had the best experience with Rasmussen's teaching staff and advisors. In my 6 semesters with Rasmussen everyone has been helpful in assisting me and getting me in classes and checking up when I fall behind and ablit every three weeks or so just to see how it's going. The instructors are great and all that I've had were more than willing to give one on one time when I needed help or clarification. Don't be lazy and expect anything to be handed to you, this is not that type of school, it's not a degree mill and some classes are very challenging. You must take initiative and work hard sometimes and ask for help soon as you need it rather than waiting until the last day of your weeks lesson to ask or make up excuses and expect them to work around your procrastination. The instructors have been very helpful and understanding when life has got in the way and have been very willing to work with me and work out a joint solution together. The overall experience is good in my opinion and I would recommend this school.
I'm surprised to see some of the negative comments. I am halfway through my program, and am impressed with the courses taken so far. There are always some instructors that are not as good as others, but overall, my experience has been a good one. You get out of it what you put into it. I can see where a person could easily fall behind if they do not keep up with the fast pace of the accelerated classes. I am very pleased with my decision to attend Rasmussen online. Courses are challenging, and rewarding. I highly recommend considering this school.
I loved the field i was studying but Rasmussen was not teaching me what i needed to know about the field i was going into. it isn't worth the money we use to put in when the degrees aren't worth the paper they are printed on. not to mention the advisors aren't qualified to teach us, the student advisors don't give a hoot about the students. If I would have finished my degree with them; I wouldn't have known squat about my degree field. I would have paid 26,000 dollars only to make 29,000 a year.
I love Rasmussen. Not only am I a student, but I also work for the school. I am an accelerated student meaning that I am packing 4 classes into every 11 week session and I couldn't be any happier. I have attended other online schools and never felt like I was part of a community, but here at Rasmussen everyone is part of a family. I work along side advisors, deans, admissions personal and others and I am never treated any different because I am a student. I am proud to be a Rasmussen Moose and will use them for any further educational outings I embark on. I recommend Rasmussen to anyone who wants a school that is a community.
I am currently enrolled and everyone has been extremely helpful. From the advisory department to admissions, everything has gone smooth, my teachers have been quite hands-on and respond when questioned with thoughtful answers. I haven't graduated yet but I can say that I am already quite happy with my choice. You get out what you put in, so if you work hard and study hard then you will earn yourself a good degree and education.
I am SO fed up with this school. Everything was perfect in the beginning despite what others had to say, they easily hooked me. I have only been attending since January of 2015 and I've already had THREE different advisors AND I can never get ahold of anybody at the school regarding any concerns that I have. I started failing classes because I could not get ahold of anybody, it was their problem according to them and to re-read the material when it was nowhere to be found. Also, there is not a single person on campus in the financial aid department at least out of the Lake Elmo/Woodbury campus and I have not been able to get my FAFSA/SAINT figured out in a month now!!! The only person I can talk to is my advisor and she keeps running me in circles because she doesn't know how to answer anything! Now, I still have a balance on my account and I can't get it covered and I have no money to pay out of pocket thanks to them. I am dropping out at the end of this term and I would never, ever recommend this to anyone!!!
My advisors were very knowledgable, respectful and helpful through my entire time with Rasmussen. The courses were somewhat challenging, but very helpful in everyday situations. Communication between my advisors and instructors was second to none. Overall, Rasmussen was a very enjoyable experience for me. Their FLEX classes also helped me cut down on my tuition costs as well!
This college is by far the worst as far as communication goes. The advisors are now in charge of financial aid issues, which takes away from the time that they should be spending helping students in other ways. The instructors are less than mediocre. I've had a handful of instructors since 2012 that have given half a damn about my education and helping me. I have learned a lot on my on and through peers with no help from the instructors. The financial aid department is a HOT MESS. They do not offer direct deposit to students and the advisors (who are now in charge of financial aid) do not know the appropriate answers to the questions that students ask. If you call to speak to someone in financial aid, you're told NO, you need to speak to your advisor. The staff that answers the phone for the online campus are very rude and unprofessional. I feel that I've wasted a lot of money at Rasmussen. Spend your money at a college who gives a darn about the success of their students and not at Rasmussen College.
I would not recommend this school to anyone at all. The school is not a good one and you are pretty much teaching yourself. There is an exam at the end of the program that need to get 92% on to get your degree and they don't tell you that until the end when you are in the last class.