Student & Graduate Reviews
Academically Dishonest - 9/4/2019
Graduation Year: 2021
"Let me start by saying that I shouldn't have attened this school, ok so I started going to this school back in 2017 and everything was cool well I had some life happenings hit me and was unable to focus and finished school so I quit. I recently started back in the spring 2019 well before I could start they had to evaluate my stuff so once they did that I received a email saying that I am academically eligible to return under the new curriculum guidelines ok cool, so I started school doing very well and enjoying going so my session two class just ended in August and I was suppose to start my other classes September 11 until i get hit with me doing do a appeal. I called my advisor and was asking her why did I have to do a appeal because I have passed my class well she told me that they wanted to know what was so different from 2017 up until now I was like what so I said ok. I submitted the appeal and a couple of days went by I emailed me advisor to see if she heard anything she forward over that my appeal was denied due to academic history and tha my enrollement process was going to be discontinued so by this time I am pissed because I have been charged and going since the spring and have been passing my classes and yet still don't have no degree and who is responsible for paying for my grants is me. This has to stop this should have been done before I was told that I was academcally eligible to return I have the email saying so. They are just there to take people money and to me I feel like the school is a fraud."
Nisha - 7/30/2018
Graduation Year: 2018
"These people are the worst!!! I purchased books, well over $1000, that were not needed (most I never touched). The instructors gave me grade I didnt earn. Incomplete assignments, I still received 90-100% grade. Multiple assignments had errors (missing info). Some writing assignments are opinion based and by informing the instructor of that my grade was changed from a 65% to 100%. Not only does the assignments have errors bit their presentations have multiple spelling and grammatical errors but they tale points off our discussion posts if we post with errors. Bryant and Stratton is a sham. You can simply purchase your degree, know nothing and theyll be fine with it. All they care about is making money. After submitting my complaints and proof, they agreed with me and said they would call me back. Never heard back until I quit and they wanted to pish the bill on me. Ive requested a detailed bill on multiple occasions and have yet to get one. But I did get a total bill I owe to BS, Appropriately abbreviated because their school is BS, without any details via email. I was born but didnt listen before I started please listen and dont waste your time or money going to the school ."
Biggest Mistake Ever - 5/12/2018
Graduation Year: 2018
"I decided to go back to school to finish my associates degree. After inquiring on their website, someone called me within the next hour and was extremely pushy and letting me know I should sign up right away because there was only like a week or so left until I had to wait months for the next session. She told me my whole associates degree would cost about $16,000 - it ended up being around $16,000 per semester. Which is insane. I have had maybe two good teachers, the rest are complete a*******. I have gotten so many horrible grades with no explanation at all. They are not helpful and I feel like I have been teaching myself. I have taken online courses before at different colleges and did not have this same experience. I would never recommend this school."
D. Miles - 12/14/2016
Graduation Year: 2016
"In thought by signing up for online classes to deal with my busy schedule it would be a perfect fit. However that is simply not the case with their classes and other areas of their schooling. First of all they are EXTREMELY EXPENSIVE, if you have a community college near you, go there! One semester costs over 8k with half assed teaching and grading. There were times where my assignments wouldn't be graded for a week or two. The whole thing of writing full length responses to other students is ridiculous. Financial aid is a joke, have all your eggs in one basket and make sure you don't need your extra money anytime soon. They acre you over with that, TWO WEEKS AFTER THEY RECEIVE IT, THEN YOU GET IT, IT'S BROKEN UP TOO, SO every nine weeks you could get a check or direct deposit. Book buybacks is utter trash, how do you have books specifically for your school and you don't buy them back? They have students pay hundreds of dollars on books that they won't even accept back. I'm not continuing with them after this experience, AVOID IF YOU CAN!!!"
Kim - 8/24/2016
Graduation Year: 2012
"This school was great! I started my Associates Degree and finished with my Bachelors Degree. The instructors were amazing. There was only one instructor that wasn't available when we needed him but the school made sure to correct that before it became a major problem. My academic adviser was available when I needed him as well. You take away what you put in to your school. I worked hard and in the end my performance reflected that. Their career services helped me with job placement as well, although in the end I ended up finding my own job leads and getting hired at a great job starting at $11.75 per hour and working my way up to a salary that equates to $18.27 per hour. I would definitely recommend this school to anyone that might be interested. It is a little on the pricey side but the flexibility of the school made it completely worth it."
Desirae S. - 11/5/2015
Graduation Year: 2017
"I am a current on-line student and I am having major second thoughts about my choice. I have completed 12 out of 40 units and I am already over $13,000 in student loan debt. The classes are challenging but I have gotten an A in every class I have taken pretty much because I show up and submit "something" - there were times when I was busy and did not submit what I would call my BEST work and I get an A. You are required to interact with other students and I find it VERY difficult to do this as the rubric states 3-4 students a week and that: "Your replies specifically address the topic and build upon thoughts shared by classmates. Post inspires new, relevant discussion opportunities." I would be so desperate to find someone who didn't just reply "Good job, you really thought about your answer" I would end up just picking someone and writing a paragraph to them with a question at the end. And the most disturbing part is reading the other students posts with incorrect grammar, miss-spellings, not being even close to understanding what the requested task is, AND THE PEOPLE THAT TYPE THEIR RESPONSES IN ALL CAPS" (rude?) Basically elementary school level responses. I think, "Boy, they will just take anyone won't they?" The part weighing heaviest on my mind is that I will be about 48 years old when I graduate, $40,000 in debt and I don't know if the amount of money I would *possibly* be making would balance out the loan repayment."