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4 out of 5
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If you got credit transferred from VC to a 4 year college like AL, AUB, TN, etc. Then you are a Hudini or you are as good a "bullshiter" as VC.

No reputable university is going to accept VC credits, why would they.

Before you register for this school, get a physco exam first, something is wrong with you.

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4 out of 5
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Please name the school that accepted VC credits? Maybe, ITT Tech or some other whacky place calling themselves a school.

If VC is so good why would you go somewhere else to finish school. Maybe those cooking school credits will transfer to Waffle House or McDonalds, but I can promose you they will not transfer to Alabama, Auburn or any other school that care about their reputation. So what reputable school will accept VC credits?
4 out of 5
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Want a college education? Go to a REAL college. Don't get laughed at when you put down on a resume Virginia College. IT IS A JOKE.

It will cost you about $4000 per semester at an average state 4 year school. VC will cost you much more. $8000 per year for 4 years is $32000, you will have something that people will laugh at behind your back.

Ride by a VC school early in the AM or during lunch or afternoon. Stupid looking people go there.

STAY AWAY

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4 out of 5
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I recently graduated from VCO and was accepted by a local university with no problems. So, I know that the school is a good school. However, I must admit the cost of tuition is a lot and I didn't realize it until it became time to graduate just how much money I borrowed to get an education.

4 out of 5
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This school is ONLY out to get your financial aid $$$$... If I could I would shut them DOWN!!!

4 out of 5
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I have to say that my experience has been wonderful with Virginia College Online. I have had no major problems at all, I'm currently on the Dean's List and the President's List with the school.

The classes are easy and while you may have different experiences with instructors, simply don't stop emailing them, drive them crazy if they don't respond in a timely manner.

I would recommend this school to anyone who is on a tight schedule, the people I have spoken with have been really nice and respectful. I receive all of my books on time before classes begin and I receive my disbursement checks on time as well. I have zero complaints.

4 out of 5
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Junior Colleges and Local Universities are less expensive, offer online degrees, are recognized to have higher curriculum standards (preventing your VC resume from being thrown away every time)

Regionally accredited schools won't let you transfer a single credit from this "accredited" school

From a pushy admissions dept that hounds you worse than the Tmobile sales force to an inept Financial planning dept. to an academics dept. that can't match their course content to the weekly quizzes/assignments, it is best just to start at a Junior College...

4 out of 5
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they are rip off I have finished 2 years till now I have not found a job and they never till me how much I owe when I went to school everytime I call for where is my statement for my loan they keep saying the department of education will give away statement when I finished school so I let the go I was stupid I should called the department of education about that. When I finished I got the letter that I owed too much money from the school I am curious why I owe $15,000 for worthless degree I tried to go back to school in Lawson and all of them are not creditable. This is crazy and now I am in debt. So please anyone do not let that happen to you you will end up in debt.

4 out of 5
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I read through a lot of these reviews and found them all extremely interesting. It's not my job to sell this school, but I think it's important to really read them and see what people are saying. I think that one that frustrated me the most, was the one that said VC is not accredited. They are accredited. Their prices are the same as every other online school. yea, they're more expensive than a Community College or a University, but HELLO those schools are subsidized by the Government!! Of course they're cheaper! Part of what you're paying for is the convenience.

The instructors... are not their to baby you. This is college level work. If you don't understand the work, then yes e-mail them, and I have found they get back to you within 3 days.

this is a big school and sometimes there are miscommunications. If you have a problem, see what you can do first, then run it up the ladder.

Problems with getting your transcripts in... Did you read any of the paperwork you signed that explains that you need your unofficial paperwork in for transcripts to officially transfer?

this is a great school, but like ALL SCHOOLS, they're not going to do everything for you.

4 out of 5
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I am currently a student at VCO. I have completed 7 classes and I feel it is a bit too expensive for what you get. The instructors seem to know the subject material but the material is really too easy for college level classes. I was charged for books I did not receive until half way through the classes. Like I said the material is easy so there was no need for the books. They are very disorganized. Good luck getting any straight answers from anyone they just like to pass the buck. I am not a person that complains so I just want everyone to know that this college is not worth the money. I do enjoy the interaction with other students that is probably why I have stayed. I hope this post will help others make an informed choice about VCO.
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