ECPI University Online Reviews of Bachelor's in Business

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Reviews - Bachelor's in Business

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Andrew Demarest
  • Reviewed: 7/22/2020
  • Degree: Business
"PSA FOR SERVICE MEMBERS AND VETERANS. Be mindful of their attendance policy. My grandfather passed and they dropped me from my class ( in the middle of week 5, the final week of the course) because i didnt submit work ( although the 1st 3 weeks were completed all on time). This stupid policy cost me thousands in back pay with the VA. They are not as military friendly as they claim."
  • Reviewed: 8/29/2017
  • Degree: Business
"This "University" is a joke. I changed majors 2/3 of the way through because I was having trouble understanding the material and because - despite what I was told earlier, the job opportunities weren't there anymore for Web Development. So after racking up $30,000~ in student loans I switched majors and then racked up another $28,000~ in loans. After that I had a plan which fell through because of my financial situation and needed help finding a job. Not only are the teachers at ECPI a joke, 1/3 of them left after my second year, but the "career services" are even worse. They do not match you with employers, especially if you are a graduate (they are essentially, 'done' with you) and do a bare minimum in helping you find a job. You are basically on your own, happy hunting on indeed because you will get little help from their "professionals" in finding a good/decent paying job. I highly recommend you stay away from this university."
  • Reviewed: 5/10/2017
  • Degree: Business
"ECPI is a great college. I will be done with my bachelor's in three months. It took two years for me to finish because of credits transferring. I'm even thinking about getting my masters at ECPI. I would recommend this college to anyone looking to further their education!"
  • Reviewed: 11/18/2016
  • Degree: Business
"I was a transfer student and they accepted more of my credits than any other school I was considering. It's expensive, but cheaper than a lot of for-profit schools. The academics are on par with any other college. The 5-week terms are great if you want to get in and get out. My only complaints would be that my advisor changed several times and advising, scheduling and finance don't seem to communicate well. I ended up having to come out of pocket for my last 2 classes because nobody ever told me it would be covered by financial aid."
  • Reviewed: 5/16/2015
  • Degree: Business
"Great university to attend if one can keep up with a fast paced environment. ECPI offered me the hands on training experience basing many labs on virtual simulations. Tuition rates are a bit on the expensive side, but definitely worth the $$$. I can't say ECPI is the best decision I've ever made yet but its a positive step in my life."
  • Reviewed: 1/2/2015
  • Degree: Business
"Ok, stop and please read this before enrolling in ECPI. Now before I begin, I am allowed my opinion, and this doesn't go for every person. This is just a helpful review or advice. I just recently dropped from ECPI, was going to transfer to Ashford University. I am unsure of Ashford University, I just think that it has pretty good reviews plus I have a familiy member who attends and they love it! So, anyways... I enrolled in ECPI at the end of Feb. 2014 and I had to take the petty free class to show me how to use the basic "Moodle" system. It was like a normal 5 week term would go, and it just showed you around. I then started 2 classes for 5 weeks and so on. After 5 weeks, I would begin a new set of classes, and so forth. Now I was good my first term, had some excellent instructors very understanding and helpful. It was my 3rd term with ECPI were I ran into some problems. They had scheduled me for a math and english at the same time. Now I had specifically told them I would like those classes to be taken alone not with another class, especially with each other. SO all I did was withdrawal from one and I took one class that term, instead of getting a bs class to take along with it. So, then I emailed my student services advisor and she was suppose to fix it. Where I wouldn't have to take the classes together again. Now, I came to a term where I had 2 hard classes and 2 horrible instructors! They had changed my SSA so I had to email my new one, whom took 2 weeks to get back to me. The teachers always answered my questions about assignments after the due dates. They would contact you one way and the other would contact you another. So you were constantly searching for replies in your student email, moodle mail, and personal email. Then they would talk smack to you when you didn't turn assignments in on time. Then it was time to re-do my FA. and student loans, and my FA advisor sends me my award letters and what letters I need to sign. Now, I didn't get any FA back or refunds which was cool with me! But when I seen that I had to max out my loans and FA and they wanted an additional $2000 in cash to pay for classes! So you mean to tell me that my 5,300 FA aid and 3500 in S. loans isn't enough?!?! WHAT?! this doesn't make sense. Well then they tell me there are options, private loans, scholarships, and payment financing me. NO! That's not cool! I cannot be in debt 6 times over to go to school for a BA. Plus I just failed two classes because the instructors wouldn't contact me. Which I got the grades appealed but still. I don't think people should have to be bankrupt to go to school. IF that's the case, I can go across the st. to the community college and have help."