Belhaven University Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (4)
I started Belhaven back in 2014. I gradated with a bachelors in applied psychology. I really enjoyed my time at Belhaven. I have attend online and the adult studies. The adult studies program you meet one night a week from 6pm-10pm and the classes are 6 weeks. Online consist of two discussion questions, reading, quiz and a paper. They will let you view the module before hand. I am going back for a MBA. Belhaven is a priviate christian university and it feels like bible study and lecture all in one. The instructors are great and understanding if you communicate with them. I would recommend Belhaven.
Awful program. I enrolled here to get certified as a teacher. The online program was awful. We received teachers that rarely responded to our emails and when she did, her response was, "Make sure you read the instructions clearly." Just not helpful at all. Oh She also did not grade my work for finals and gave me an F. Sounds crazy right? I sent the administration proof that I turned in my work ON TIME and they still put me on academic suspension... NOT PROBATION, but SUSPENSION...IN MY FIRST YEAR. They completely covered for her and totally disregarded me as a human being. I'll never recommend this school.
Belhaven University offered a wonderful environment for proper education and overall academic success. The instructors and administration were always more than willing to assist with any questions that I had. Even though my husband and I were expecting (and were not traditional students), we were made to feel welcomed and supported throughout our entire time at Belhaven.
This was my second master's degree. I felt that an MBA would further help further my career and it did. I really like being part of a cohort, and this college is perfectty suited for that modality. We met once weekly as a class, and then with our team to complete projects. It took two years, as expected. The instructors are all adjuncts, but this is nothing new. Most colleges operate using adjunct instructors. They were mostly good instructors, working in fields that directly related to the courses they taught. This is a private college and as such the cost was high.