Chicago School of Professional Psychology Online Reviews

  • 4 Reviews
  • Multiple Locations
  • Annual Tuition: $21,934
0% of 4 students said this degree improved their career prospects
0% of 4 students said they would recommend this school to others
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Student & Graduate Reviews

Ferris
  • Reviewed: 8/21/2018
  • Degree: School Psychology
"This school has been the easiest in regards to material learned in my schooling. My school experience was mostly frustrating. In regards to finances, I was frustrated and disappointed. I received bad information multiple times from different counsilors that I later found out costed me thousands of dollars out of my own pocket. And of course there is no way to remedy that, so that's nothing more than an oooopsy for them. This school will also consistently mess up your schedule and change your class times and teachers with no care about your other days off, when you still need to do practicum and work. Some teachers are very good. A few teachers are some of the worst I've come across in my life. Degrading, impatient, unprofessional are some of the best ways to describe some staff. ( Not all, but a few). I learned most by being out and away from this school working in the field. It was frustrating also how they had to medle with my placement. I found places that I loved and was learning so much and I had to jump through hoops and later get moved away to different places because "we don't know if you are learning enough there" when it was the place I was learning the most. I understand moving schools to see someone new and how they work, but let me tell you, what was a great experience learning was a fight to be allowed by the school. In my opinion the school is set up to look good on paper, and to take in money. When it comes to you, ( off paper) forget about it. You will be frustrated going to school here."
Crystal M. MArtin
  • Reviewed: 3/25/2018
  • Degree: Forensic Psychology
"I was extremely disappointed with this school. As a student with a 4.0 overall GPA, I was suddenly hit with a required, full-length, writing course. I could understand this at the beginning of the program, but I was 5 classes in and had, near, all perfect scores. When I questioned this and how this could be, I was told that I was being unprofessional, and essentially came under attack by the department head and "my" advisor. I left TCPP and forfeited the time, money, and credits. If I was not writing at a 4.0 level in my grades should not have reflected a 4.0. Which was flawed? The writing assessment processes or the grading practices of the instructors? Either way, I was not willing to take the verbal or financial misconduct. The staff is rude and the education and/or grading was apparently questionable. I have had zero issues with the college that I chose to attend after my horrible experience with TCPP. There are good schools out there. Do NOT settle."
TT
  • Reviewed: 11/9/2017
  • Degree: Organizational Leadership
"The only thing I can really say that like the majority of schools and majority of professors, they do nothing to really care about the students. They do not walk the talk. Highly unethical leadership, and I am talking only about the online department chair for business psychology. She is a mess!! The majority of professors (not all of them, of course) are hardly ever experts in the field of leadership!! We had a TA in several of our courses who was far more knowledgeable than our instructors!! It is because of her, our TA, we felt some professional and academic growth!!! The bottom line is the only thing they care is for you to stay longer in the program so they will charge you more and get more money!!"
ZombieSniper
  • Reviewed: 4/13/2017
  • Degree: Psychology
"Trying to talk to staff and support is a tedious task. Often no replies from instructors. Uses a system that is not compatible with Mac. Too many team projects and not enough individual tasks. Biggest problem is not getting the instructors to hear your concerns or not getting any reply at all. I should note that I have not had the same experience at other inline schools"