Student & Graduate Reviews
Brittney Studebaker - 11/8/2017
Graduation Year: 2017
"Long story short I went to CTU and graduated but once I graduated they stuck me with a huge bill which was never advised to me. I had to take a class 3 times because on a conflict with the instructor. I was told by the school that they apologized and "dropped the ball" I have a ton of emails from different staff members which the turn around rate is ridiculous at this school. The Ombudsman department contacted me acting like they were the good guys and they were on the students side but they aren't they are paid by the school. The school has done this to numerous students if you look at their reviews. I wish I would have looked at their reviews before applying but all I can do now is warn others about this school. Do not waste your time trusting a school that claims to care about the students but just cares about money."
Noelle - 8/12/2016
Graduation Year: 2017
"CTU, is a Regionally, Accredited University. I have read a lot of negative reviews concerning CTU. As a current student, I like their learning format. There are numerous writing assignments, that have to be, written and submitted, utilizing the APA format. Writing, can be a challenge for some people, therefore, if you do not write well, I would not recommend CTU. Also, alot of the writing assignments, will be due, back to back, which is not easy. I do not like the Quarter semesters, due to, the out of pocket cost, that can be associated with this, but; you are able to reduce your classes per session, to avoid this. It will take longer to graduate, but; you will have obtain an Accredited degree."
ayen1 - 3/23/2016
Graduation Year: 2016
"I currently have 13 classes left to graduate and work practically 2 fulltime jobs. School is all effort and if a person is not willing then just like any other school, it would be a waist of time. The teachers are great, my experience has been great and I have not really had a bad time here. The majority of time, if any moment I had any concerns or questions about assignments or grades, I would email the professors and they always returned my email almost right away. Hope this helps and best of luck!!"
Dan Nickforth - 6/12/2014
Graduation Year: 2014
"When I first decided to attend CTU Online, I initially made the decision because at the time, I thought it was the only thing I could do. I honestly feel that it was mistake and that some sort of local, community college would have been more beneficial for me. For the absurd price I paid to basically just watch powerpoint presentations for classes, I would definitely say that it is not worth it at all. The quality of the programs are sub-par and I feel that the overall expectations for this school are considerably low. For my particular program, a great deal of my credits transferred to the university I was recently accepted into, so I suppose that's a significant plus but overall, I would not recommend taking classes with CTU Online."