Cardinal Stritch University Reviews
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- Annual Tuition: $29,998
0% of 6 students said this degree improved their career prospects
67% of 6 students said they would recommend this school to others
Student & Graduate Reviews
- Reviewed: 3/19/2021
- Degree: Educational Leadership
- Graduation Year: 2018
"Cardinal Stritch University provided a professional, streamlined online-only opportunity to gain MA in Educational Leadership along with dual licensure for School Administration and Director of Curriculum. The instructors were clear and concise, keeping the classes lively and forward-moving. Most importantly, the values and vision of Stritch shone through in the instruction: the focus on servant and transformative leadership was inspiring and pragmatic for leaders of all stripes. The opportunity to post questions and comments at any time made getting info and sharing ideas easy. The program took 18 months and was well-facilitated and organized. I would recommend to others looking for a similar degree and licensure."
- Reviewed: 3/17/2021
- Degree: Music
- Graduation Year: 2007
"Cardinal Stritch University changed my life. It opened my eyes to the kind of person that I wanted to be and helped me grow into that person. The faculty and staff cared about me and nurtured me. They created an environment that helped me thrive. My majors taught me the value of hardwork and how to work with all kinds of people. I know that I am where I am today, because of my Stritch experience. I will be forever grateful for it."
- Reviewed: 9/30/2020
- Degree: Clinical Psychology
- Graduation Year: 2021
"This is a great program and a really nice school. It is small, which I love. I know my professors and they care about our success. With COVID many of my classmates have has issues with internships and class delivery in person but they pivoted well and are working to ensure we don't miss a beat. Plus I love that I have been in class with people from all over the world. It's a great experience."
- Reviewed: 3/18/2019
- Degree: Computer Science
- Graduation Year: 2017
"The Computer Science department has wonderful professors, at least when I was attending. They were very thoughtful, passionate, and knowledgeable about their areas of study and they always had the time of day for their students. A handful of other professors I had classes with were similar. Most professors I encountered were nice, but the things that they taught were very basic and were subjects where I learned the majority of stuff on my own vs in class because I wasn't being given a whole lot of information in class. However, the office staff, for the most part, was honestly awful. The financial department and other administrative offices were places I wanted to avoid because talking to them always made me so angry. The financial aid department was okay, but if you had to take fees off your bill (ex: if you had to pay an athlete fee when you didn't play sports, etc), you were sent to different departments and had to rely solely on whether or not the person was in their office at the time you visited because they wouldn't answer your voicemails or your emails. If you had a question that was beyond the financial department, you'd be instructed to email the head of whatever office and they would tell you that they would "look into it" and get back to you next week. Lo and behold, four weeks later and I'm still sitting here without a reply even though I sent in a follow up the week before and indicated that I needed information as soon as possible. Never got a response back. A few other offices are impossible to find, won't answer their emails, and will certainly not return your calls. I had to go talk to my professors (the only people in the school who actually seemed to care) to pull some strings and actually garner any sort of response from the officers I was trying to contact because it was necessary for whether or not I could continue going to the school. Overall, the administration is a total nightmare and the professors are great. The subject matter is pretty basic and a couple of my friends transferred because of that. If I had to do college all over again, I would definitely not pick this school."
- Reviewed: 9/7/2016
- Degree: Business Administration
- Graduation Year: 2016
"I loved that Cardinal Stritch allowed me to be flexible with attending online and on campus when my busy life as a divorced single mom got too busy. I even took one year off so I could focus on having my youngest child and was able to pick up right where I left off. I only wish there were more scholarship offers for adult students."
- Reviewed: 8/19/2015
- Degree: Education
- Graduation Year: 2013
"I think much of my success that I've seen was not due to my college, but my own self-motivation. I found my college courses to be not very well thought out and many of the professors disinterested. Many of my favorite professors left the year I graduated because they did not support how the university was treating students. Although I have a full time job and have been "successful", I would not recommend Cardinal Stritch University and would not attend again if I had the choice."