Bryant & Stratton College Online Reviews - Human Resources

3.16 out of 5 stars
(4 Reviews)
50% of 4 students said this degree improved their career prospects
50% of 4 students said they would recommend this program to others
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Student & Graduate Reviews

1.0 out of 5 stars
Ashley Stock - 9/27/2019
Degree: Human Resources
Graduation Year: 2018
"I started Bryant and Strattom College and they always said they would help no matter what. I called and explained that I needed to drop down to part time because my job was getting very demanding and I did not have as much time as I previously did. I was told to do my best and that they could not do anything for me. So now I'm stuck with a $2200 bill because I was not given any assistance what so ever when I needed the help. This is definitely not a good school to go to if you have a full time job and kids."
4.4 out of 5 stars
Elizabeth - 1/30/2016
Degree: Human Resources
Graduation Year: 2015
"It is true that everyone will have their own experience. For me, it was not an option to go to a campus because I would often get out of work late. Where everyone else was receiving promotions, I lacked the minimum college education, but exceeded the work experience. Online classes was stressful and demanding with posting replies to other students. However, so is life. If you want something, you need to work for it. I worked long nights and every weekend. I took my books on vacation and studied by the pool side. Yes, it cost money and I was fortunate to receive some financial aid and loans. I will worry about paying it when the time comes, but I have a job that will allow me to make those payments. A college degree provides knowledge that one will keep for a lifetime. In my opinion, it is worth a lot more than the money. I recommend taking advantage of the school faculty. There are people in the financial office to help you understand what you will be paying each month."
5.0 out of 5 stars
Angie Robertson - 6/7/2015
Degree: Human Resources
Graduation Year: 2016
"I am a current student at Bryant & Stratton, I had previously tried community colleges and felt like a number, and like they could care less whether I passed or failed, not to mention the drive to the campus and them deciding my hours. I am so glad that I was accepted at Bryant & Stratton. This is college and it is for adults and you are expected to behave that way. Everyone from every department has been more than happy to assist me in anyway. I have received phone calls, emails, and text just checking to make sure I was adjusting well. Now that I have been there a while, I still get random emails checking in on me, if I ever have to email or call anyone they are respond promptly. Additionally, I have had a great experience with all of my instructors, they do expect you to do your work, but they are also willing to help you in anyway that they can, even giving personal phone numbers, Skype account, Google Hangout accounts, among other things. I currently have a 4.0 GPA and have had since I enrolled and it is because I have worked hard for it. I truly believe that you can succeed if you want to, but you do have to work for it. I would also like to add, with ever college there's always going to be some credits that do not transfer, that is normal. However, that won't affect me because I intend to stay with Bryant & Stratton until I get my Masters Degree. Anyone who wants to do this can, and here at B&S they develop individualized plans for the students and I love that, they know that most of have experience and I think that is one thing that I love the most. I also home school my three children, who are ages 11,12, & 13, and with the flexibility of B&S I am able to do all of that, my work, take care of house, and my other responsibilities, I also do hair part-time, and make and sell home decor. I agree with the other people you get what you put in. I have to say that online school is not the right choice for everyone, if you expect to be spoon fed, and babied, then it isn't, if you are not self-disciplined then it is not for you. You have to be willing to sign in everyday, and stay on top of your work, you have to make it a priority, and make a commitment. I love the classes lasting 7.5 weeks, I have ADD and I get bored easy, but with classes being mini terms, I don't have time to get bored, I always have something to do. B&S has been a perfect fit to me. I am hoping that they have a Dean's list and that I make it for my GPA, that is the only thing I keep forgetting to ask. This has been a great choice for me, that has worked perfectly with my schedule, my personality, my life, and everything else."
2.0 out of 5 stars
Barbara Bell - 4/2/2012
Degree: Human Resources
Graduation Year: 2012
"I began my degree program at the Bryant & Stratton Milwaukee ground campus. I really enjoyed my studies and the instructors were amazing and helpful.I moved to Las Vegas, NV and sincerely wanted to continue my degree program. My complaint is not against the school, but towards the financial aid department which I feel is running an outright fraud.They do not explain your financial aid awards to you, they send you emails with the wrong amounts and then take your Pell Grant to pay for textbooks that are marked 200% above actual cost. Bryant & Stratton is a very good school, do not attend online."
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