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2 out of 5
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Degree: School Psychology
Graduation Year: 2019

Ok. So this school is a decent choice at first when looking around, if you want to stay in the area of Illinois. It is accredited and all so that helps assure you wasting your time. The course work is easy, it is as easy as undergrad. I am unimpressed with the material so far. The biggest complaint by far is the finances. I know people who have made payments, had payments confirmed later to have meetings with other people in finance say payments previously payed, were not. How does that slip? How does a school mess that up? This school is sooo ridiculously expensive. For what you are getting, it is thoroughly disappointing. This place seems more concerned with the facade the show than the care of there students. They want to put you in there Chicago public schools so it looks good on them, even if it kills you as a student and you have a better school way closer. They say they support the dreamers of DACA, but I know someone under DACA and this school has given 0 finincial help, or any support of any kind. Even though this student is not eligible for international or federal scholarships. It takes this student a long hard time to get any information even from the school. Constantly emailing or talking to someone to get no where and get differed to another person in the department, then a month later they ask again what's going on. Then they here from someone. It's just not right to have some one say they will get things figured out, and then never do. To me it really really does seem like it's all about the money for this school. Money and appearance, but of, it's a grad school. For being so into "helping DACA students" I have seen none of it. All in all. This might be a good school if your parents can drop 100 thousand for you to get a degree in an oversaturated field that doesn't pay that much. Or if you want to live in a crazy expensive city and accumulate massive amounts of debt, this might be good for you. Overall, I am unimpressed.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Counseling
Graduation Year: 2019

This school is a joke. I saw the reviews for this school and thought that maybe it wouldn't be so bad. For a school teaching students on how to be better counselors they sure don't care much about their students. I learned absolutely nothing in this program that I didn't already learn in my undergraduate program, which was one the reasons I didn't stay in the program when I got sick. I withdrew from the university because I was sick and they decided to refund my loans without telling me. They didn't mention any of this when I was speaking to them about withdrawing and I made constant attempts to meet with someone from financial aid to make sure everything would be alright once I withdrew. My counselor mentioned nothing. The chair of the department mentioned nothing. Then they sent a letter to an old address that I owed them money and if it wasn't paid it would be sent to a collections office within 30 days. I didn't receive any of these letters until after 30 days, because it was an old address and when I called they said they had forward earlier in the month to the collections office. It had been almost a week from the day the letter was sent and they decided to forward the debt.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Industrial/Organizational Psychology
Graduation Year: 2013

I found this program to be overpriced. Grading rubrics enforced differently than the written policy. Student concerns were not addressed adequately. Too many students in the program seemed virtually illiterate (e.g., at lease not having a command of English commensurate with what one would expect at an advanced graduate level). Many courses are taught by professors who hold MA from this school (i.e., no doctoral level) and many faculty are from this and other for-profit institutions. Admissions "counselors" are more like salesmen (wouldn't be surprised if they got commissions per head). They call some of their degrees PhD but an examination of programs at bona fide colleges and universities (vs "niche" schools) show a certain rigor not in evidence here.

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5 out of 5
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Degree: Forensic Psychology
Graduation Year: 2014

This school offers outstanding faculty, flexible learning, small class sizes, commitment to diversity, and excellence in the field. I could not recommend the school more.

2 out of 5
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Degree: Forensic Psychology
Graduation Year: 2006

I attended this school because of the Forensic Psychology option. However, the information provided during orientation never lived up to the reality of the school. Felt cheated in what turned out to be a very expensive education. The teachers ARE great, however, the school itself is deceptive on what it can deliver and not the best option for a REAL career. Beware and look elsewhere, there are much better and cheaper alternatives

5 out of 5
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Degree: Psychology, General
Graduation Year: 2015

The Chicago School is a great campus if you desire to learn on a more intimate interaction; the instructors are awesome and the input that they give to your career and also to the field of counseling is awesome. I really am impressed with the school and I am excited about going into the field.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Psychology, Other
Graduation Year: 2013

The course helped me to build my career. I got a chance to reveal myself through this course and I appreciate that. Psychology is something so amazing which I can't able to express. The Chicago School of Professional Psychology did the tweaks for me and changed my life. For that I'm so glad and thankful to the course coordinators and professors for their awesome lessons. I taught a lot and it's helping me to step forward living my life. I chose my career in psychology and I'm doing well as I believe. The faculty members are truly helpful so that my course ended so smoothly. I will love to recommend this school for the psychology lovers.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Psychology, Other
Graduation Year: 2014

The Chicago School of Professional Psychology has definitely had a positive impact on my life. I enrolled knowing that I would be willing to commit to a career in psychology. My professors and fellow students at the Chicago School reinforced my convictions in my career choice. The professors were firm and stuck to their schedule, but they always found time to help you out if you had a question or just wanted to talk. I'm the kind of student who would always like to take advantage of office hours and I knew the emails of my professors on the top of my head. I'm happy that the professors patiently helped me since I hear that other professors in other schools don't have as much time to help students. My fellow classmates were fun to be around and I made plenty of friends and study buddies. I'd have to say that my experience at the Chicago school was exceptional. I should mention that the guys at the college asked me to write this review. Overall, I would recommend this school to any student serious about committing to psychology.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Psychology, General
Graduation Year: 2012

The memorable campus life which I love to live once again if I get the chance. The Chicago School of Professional Psychology gave me more than I expected. It added an extra layer of satisfaction and memory to my life. My experience with this school is superb which I can't express through words. I will never manage to finish this too, if I start. I will mention some of the many, including my professors, friends, library times, effective study system and environment, affordable cost & so on. Everything related to my study went well with this school and for this, I'm now so able to manage my expected job. I'm so satisfied with this school. I will never mention, it's the best - but I must say, it's one of the remarkable graduate schools of U.S.A.

4 out of 5
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Degree: Psychology, General
Graduation Year: 2013

Most of my classes were done online and so I barely spent any time on campus, aside from the few classes I took on campus. Though the time that I was there, was always one of the best experiences I've had. The people are so nice, my teachers were amazing, their instructions were great and I found myself understanding everything. I think the Chicago school can take pride in the fact that they have some of the greatest teachers making sure the students pass their classes. It was rather stressful at times, but isn't any school stressful? However, once you apply yourself, and take discipline, you'll find that everything else becomes much easier and you kind of have fun with your classes. It helps if this is your passion, and if you love helping people. I would have rated everything excellent, but not everything is perfect, though this comes quite close to it.

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