Waldorf University Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (7)
I attended Waldorf online and have zero complaints. Everyone I spoke with was outstanding, from my initial call inquiring about the programs, to registrations, to everything in between till graduation. I have nothing bad to say about Waldorf. They are a great school, only wish I flew out to Forest City to attend graduation in person. Anyone looking for a well priced, exceptional school, give Waldorf a call - Go WARRIORS!!
I am currently a student at Waldorf University in their online Bachelors of Criminal Justice program and I LOVE IT! The instructors are awesome, my academic advisor is a Godsend, the academic material is really engaging, and the work really helps you learn the material. This is a fair school that has a Christian foundation, I can't rant and rave more about it! Go Warriors!!
I just completed my MA in Organizational Leadership from Waldorf University. Due to my GPA from my undergrad program, they allowed me to double up my coursework. Because of which, it took me about 13 months to complete. I found the coursework challenging but not over the top. Classes are set up in 8-week terms. A typical format for each class has weekly message board postings, assessments, and papers. Most classes also have some sort of a final project as well. Waldorf University professors are sticklers for APA formatting, even for message board postings. I found the professors to be quite responsive and the support staff was friendly when I needed anything from them. I have nothing but positive things to say about Waldorf University and MA program. I picked Waldorf University over 2 other grad school programs and I'm happy with my choice.
I am a recent graduate of the MA in Organizational Leadership at Waldorf University. I was pleased with the program. It is a reasonably affordable Masters program (currently $360 per hour) and the tuition includes the textbook. Rating strictly on affordability, its a 5 out of 5. I have been enrolled in several online programs so I have some experience to base my decisions on. It is really not a bad program. If you are looking for a reasonable affordable Masters degree then this might be the program for you. I honestly don't have anything really bad to say about the program. The professors are a mixed bag (some good some not so good) but that is probably the same at any school. If I was pressed to say anything negative about the program it would be that some of the professors do not respond to your questions in a timely fashion but are generally helpful if given enough time to reply back.
Not a bad degree program. Reasonably affordable. Fairly low tuition costs with books included in the cost for a course. Very supportive student services staff. Fairly generous transfer credit policy. Overall a pretty good program. Not the most academically challenging program I have ever been a part of though. If you are looking for a program to prepare you for a PhD then this might not be the program. If you are looking for a program that will provide you with the basics in Organizational Leadership then this program might be worth considering.
I went to this school for two years after transferring community college credits. The education is excellent, the instructors are responsive and helpful, and are well qualified, and the academic advisors and other staff are also helpful and responsive. This is a physical college, and you get a real sense of connection with them even as an online student like me. I recommend Waldorf to those looking for a decent education that will challenge them. They have high placement rates as well.
I have been attending Waldorf College for about a year and a half, and my degree is nearly complete. Waldorf has provided me with an excellent college experience. I've attended large state universities, small community colleges, and other online schools. Waldorf has out shined all of them. I never had to pay for a book because Waldorf has received a book grant, the professors are all very friendly and go out of their way to help even wayward students like me, the curriculum is structured to make sure that the students have ample time to complete their assignments, and each course has its own identity with regard to assignments; assessments, research papers, PowerPoint Presentations, etc. The application and admission process was lightening fast and easy as could be. Financial aid is almost an after thought because the staff handles everything except actually filling out your FAFSA. The school staff communicate very well through each phase of the application process and throughout my time as a student. My adviser routinely communicates with me via email to check on my academic progress and to see if I have any questions or comments for her. When I have a question or problem that I email her about, she always responds within an hour or two at the most, or first thing in the morning if I email her at night. I feel like I am the reason that Waldorf exists, that is how much personal attention they have shown me. I have attended colleges where I didn't even know my adviser's name. Waldorf has some great people working there. I feel that I am receiving a top notch education from Waldorf College. Waldorf is very small relative to other colleges, but I believe that to be a positive. I have had several of the same professors for different courses, all psychology courses, which is another plus because I know their expectations and their teaching methods so I stand a better chance of attaining the highest grade. I highly recommend Waldorf to anyone looking to further their education, but especially working professionals with little or no time for sitting in a classroom.