ECPI University Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (112)
If you're a veteran and you're trying to maximize your Post 911 GI Bill or Montgomery GI Bill, please stay away from this school. Veteran rates are thru the roof but not so much for active duty personnel. I was charged $6,000 a year for room and board and I am still trying to figure out why, if this school does not provide said services. You are better off going to a traditional college/university! The EET and MET programs are not ABET accredited which means that, if you do not have any type of engineering or technical experience (both civilian or military) there's a high probability that you will be overlooked for any engineering position(s) that you may apply for. Remember, it's a Technology degree and not an Engineering degree. If you don't mind wasting something that you have earned (especially if you've risked your life in the combat zone) then by all means give ECPI a try, your experience may be different than mine. Now to the instructors. I will tell you that if you decide to give ECPI a shot, you will notice very quickly who's there to teach, be there for the students; and who's there for a paycheck. I have made some great relationships at this school, but this is a review and I am giving you all my unbiased and honest assessment! I wish you all the best in your future endeavors and hope that you'll actually do some research. A little research goes a long way!
ECPI's schedule worked for me . The 2.5 years to Bachelors degree is true. I finished in less than 24 months because of previous credits. Lots of hands on and good instruction. Now working at defense contractor and looking to get Masters. Best decision.
I like the hands on approach ECPI University has. The class sizes are small so if you ever have problems the professor are there to help. Also the internship I did while attending ECPI University helped me get a job after I finished my degree.overall I recommend it.
My experience at ECPI Moorefield campus was unexplainable. The knowledge that I received while being a student words cannot explain. I feel more confident in the area I work in at Massage Envy and I can see myself doing this for a long time. I would definitely recommend this school to other students
STAY AWAY FROM THIS SCHOOL . This school takes advantage of Veterans and their 911 bill and GI bill . This school has lost its accreditation from the government on multiple times . Promises of quick education is not worth all the hoops u have to jump through. DO some more research if u plan to attend this school .
Very good program. The program does require a good amount of writing (just like any other masters degree) but having labs with virtualization security, cryptography, and Advanced Certified Ethical Hacker helped put a lot in perspective. I would highly recommend the course to anyone.
The Associates Degree program for Medical Assistant is amazing!!! The program offers really good certifications as well as real career time coursework. As a result of my studies and training, I was offered 2 positions for the same office upon completion of my externship. I want to extend a huge thank you to all of my classmates, teachers and the other staff members who helped me on my journey to becoming an alumni of ECPI- Charlotte.
I was very happy I decided to go to ECPI University. The clinical classes were hands on and the career department helped us with our resume, our externship and prepared us for job interviews. Even now after 3 years I still get email on job listings and job Faire. I love all my professors and developed a life time friendships with few. Going to ECPI was the best decision I made.
I didn't think that anything like this would come from graduating from ECPI. With all the stories you hear about not getting jobs or not being able to get a job in your field I am quite surprised. I was able to find a job in my field that appreciates my education and actually takes my education into play and allows me to teach guys that have been there for years about how things haven't been done right in the past. When you can bring knowledge to the table and show exactly why something is working the way it is and show them there is a simpler fix it makes the degree worth it because you have the skills to be a highly functional team member.
I had the best experience. Yes, it was very fast paced and yes it was hard. But, I learned so much and most of the instructors were very helpful. Is it costly, well yes I guess but all your books and everything you need is included. You have to dedicated your life to school in order to pass the courses and succeed. ECPI really does want you to succeed. And don't even get me started on career services they were awesome are awesome started helping me in class and helping me now!!! love my college experience