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1 out of 5
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Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2015

School changes curriculum and grading scale almost every day without notice. Instructors just kill you with power point. Do not ask a question. The DON is very incompetent and demeaning. They changed the Kaplan exit exam score then when students passed the test they wouldn't pay their nursing fee unless they took it again because they had a leak in their system. People loans and government funds paid this school and they can just take people money. Little to they know they all are going down including the program. Some people you just screw over.

2 out of 5
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Degree: Licensed Practical Nurse
Graduation Year: 2015

Please don't go here!!! Folks told me I didn't listen.Some teachers are very informative others have no business being instructors or nurses.Please don't go to the DON for help she is incompetent!The school is, not worth your hard earned money!All they care about is getting grant money and your money

5 out of 5
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Degree: Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering, Other
Graduation Year: 2015

I studied EET online while I was on active duty. I transferred in 40 credits from another school, and while taking one class at a time, it took me about 2.5 years to graduate. I feel like I received a great education. Some classes were easy and others challenging, but you get what you put in. I never had any issues with financial services, and they got my military TA and GI Bill processed with ease. Career Services was amazingly helpful. I got several of job offers from around the country through their network. I decided to stay in my local area, but now I've got a great job that is closely related to my degree and military experience.

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2 out of 5
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Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2015

The acceleration of the courses are unbelievable. No nurse should take two Pharmacology classes ina 10 weeks period that covers close to 30 chapters. I made it through half of the course and didnt feel like a I learned a single thing. Biggest waste of my GI Bill money yet because theres not a single college that accepts credits from such an accelerated program. Not only that, but people who have graduated cant find any jobs or atleast hold one for very long. You get taught everything you need to know but, with how much material is covered, there is no way to rememeber everything. Your putting every patient at risk. You memorize everything but dont remember everything you need to not kill someone. There RN program isnt even accredited! Now 3 months later, my new school still hasnt gotten my transcripts and are coming after me with bills for a time period when i wasnt even attending. Now im having problems with the VA

4 out of 5
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Degree: Computer Software and Media Applications, Other
Graduation Year: 2017

For those of you reading reviews please realize that the large majority of people who've been satisfied with ECPI are not going to post a review of their experiences. I'm sorry for those of you who had bad experiences, and I hope you've all found where you need to be in your lives. I know ECPI has its issues (as does every other university), but don't let these reviews alone stand in your way of attending the university. I recommend taking a personal, more in-depth look at the university before coming to a conclusion. I'm attending the Innsbrook/Virginia campus which is located in a fairly affluent area, so I apologize if my statement seems bias.

2 out of 5
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Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2016

Was exceedingly simple to get in, and very quick, also. I should have read reviews, and my experience with ECPI was great until I switched to the RN program. I was impressed with the classes, even though most classes are taught with power points. I changed programs from Massage to RN and it was great, at first. They start off with non-nursing classes, which was just up my alley since I love science, logic, and grades reflecting understanding. The first nursing concepts class was an unguided joke, led by a mostly sarcastic non-teacher. I'll warn you, she didn't even show us non-nursing background students how to take a simple blood pressure. Constant Prep-U's, loads of worthless classroom time, and a quick explanation of everything possible provided no help for me in the struggle I had. Since I wasn't being taught, Youtube was what helped me find a blood pressure. That is the only class I have failed. Took it again. Failed it again. No remorse from the staff, as "the teachers here can't teach everything."--DON, in meeting with Dean, DON, and Assistant DON. I would be VERY cautious when choosing the only available night RN program in the area. It is the only one, but there are MANY online, appropriately labeled Bridge programs that would provide powerpoints and fast tracks, which is their business model.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Licensed Practical Nurse
Graduation Year: 2016

I find this school a joke. They don't follow the bi laws the write in there hand book. Which states 3 failures no reinstatement. I didnty pass 2 courses by 3/10 of a point, and was not reinstated .DON plays favorites she knows people cheat, let people come to class even though they failed. Told students to come to class untill they catch you did nt pass. Was told what to do, to be Restarted. From letter sent no accept. They don't follow hand book rules. Not a good school.

4 out of 5
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Degree: Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services, Other
Graduation Year: 2015

Military friendly. Great in class training. Mediocre online training.

4 out of 5
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Degree: Network Security
Graduation Year: 2015

Okay, one, the education that you get here is how you make it. While you will get help, no one is going to hold your hand. My experience was great. Going for my bachelors now. Two, don't enroll for days, the kids in there are not meant to be there. Many of them are wannabe thugs right out of high school looking for a degree mill. When they get to about term 4, they realize they were terribly wrong. I strongly recommend Professor P. A network guru and all around great teacher. Good luck!

3 out of 5
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Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2010

I'll be as concise as I possibly can be. I have to have a 250 character minimum, so I'm just going to drag this out a little bit. The thing you should know about ECPI is, they're absolutely expensive! I went for the PRN (practical nursing degree) in Charlotte, NC. I attend half of the program. I received the maximum amount of financial aide (Pell Grant), and even after taking every single bit of that, I was still left owing $10,000. That's not even for the full course! I suggest sucking it up and doing classes at a regular community college. It's hard to work when you're in class every day from 0800-1700.

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