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Degree: MBA in Finance
Graduation Year: 2019

I cannot begin to mention the problems I've had with this school. The professors seem to work against you, not with you to understand and efficiently complete your work. Appeals are a joke, and I wouldn't expect to get anywhere with those either. My academic advisor has lied to me multiple times, and recently lied to me about my gpa being under watch, which ended up in me being suspended for not getting my GPA to a 3.0 which was LITERALLY impossible in one course. Essentially, she had me take a course for no reason, and now I will likely owe money for the school for a course I never would have taken had I not been lied to directly about it. Do yourself a favor, Find a school that actually wants to see their students graduate. I found a statistic that said less than 30% of the graduate students at this school actually graduate. I assume it is for this exact reason.

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Degree: Education Administration
Graduation Year: 2017

Please be careful in this program! ESPECIALLY NEW JERSEY RESIDENTS!They do assign a counselor to your case to help with a smooth transition.However,in my case, my counselor had no idea of what the program requirements were for out of state residents. ( The program claimed to meet the mandates of New Jersey) She was clueless and did not seem remorseful about it.I think the goal is to get students to enroll and then you are left to your own graces. As such, I went through a lot of hassles to get information independently in order to obtain my Principal License. I had to obtain my license in Arizona, then apply for reciprocity in New Jersey. I graduated in 2017 and it took almost a year to obtain the license, the process was draining,expensive and discouraging. On the other hand,I would like to add that the professors and the online instruction was a great and informational process. I did obtain great knowledge through the Educational Administration Program.

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Degree: Nursing Science
Graduation Year: 2018

RN to BSN program. Mostly writing without real current application. Allowed an instructor that was very degrading to ASN nurses with a personal ax to grind with ASN nurses to be a professor in the program. Complaints were not addressed. Given this instructor was allowed to continue and in the capstone 490 class for graduation allowed for continued discrimination and degradation of mature ASN nurses pursuing a BSN degree to graduate. This is an antrosity to the development and growth of nurses in their pursuit of higher education and clearly against the ANA goals. Other professors were great and unfortunately the deliberate discrimination allowed of this one professor cannot allow me to recommend GCU. Discrimination of any type cannot be tolerated. This is from an A graduate regardless of the discrimination. Others were not so blessed. It left me distrustful of education institutions of religion nature.

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Degree: RN to BSN
Graduation Year: 2018

The 490 nursing class appears to be a way to coherce another quarter of tuition with poor professors that tries to find ways to fail students vs educating. GCU for some reason does not manage that student professor and the instruction and instructor was so poor that it over shadowed GCU .

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Degree: Elementary Education
Graduation Year: 2021

If you are a hardcore religious fan this is your school, they try to use religious courses as being critical to your degree. I was going for the Elementary Education to become a Teacher. In this degree list of courses was at least 5 religious courses that were not an option. They force it down your throat. Avoid this place at all costs if you are one of free will, free thinker.

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Degree: Education
Graduation Year: 2018

Attending Grand Canyon University has been a thoroughly enjoyable experience. I started taking classes with GCU as they visited my work. I had a great experience with a very patient recruiter and have found the staff genuinely try their best to help. There are times when it takes a bit for the left hand to understand the right hand's intent, but in general, everyone is sincere in their effort to make the experience successful. I had to take a break in my studies to move and followed my advisor's instructions on how to do it with an email request and a form. I was able to pick up where I left off with my courses and am pleased to say I have completed my "four-year" degree. Christians aren't perfect people, they are just people that know they are loved and want to share love. This program worked well for me as I was working full-time and needed to take one class at a time.

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Degree: Psychiatric/Mental Health Nurse/Nursing
Graduation Year: 2018

PLEASE DONT ATTEND THIS SCHOOL A BUNCH OF SCAMMERS. All they care about is money. They could care less if you excel or fail they just want there money. I dealt with M. H. and J. B. They charge $2000 per class and do not care about anyones finances or financial hardship. They dont try and help you at all especially if you have things going on working full time kids etc. please dont waist your money on this school they preach about Christianity but just want your money .

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Degree: Counseling
Graduation Year: 2018

My experience was mediocre. I can say that my experience was not bad but I did encounter to much turn around. This school uses Christianity to sell a product,your money. Keep in mind for people pursuing a grad degree in counseling. It would be better to choose a school that is CACREP. Unfortunately this school is not. Personally I should had did the social work program at another school

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Degree: Ministry
Graduation Year: 2019

I am a senior at GCU that had many learning disabilities growing up but I have been main stream at GCU. I have a GPA of 3.74 now it is do to the grate gift of God and staff at GCU. All my life I have never found people that have put so much time and care in to my future and they are their for you as well so call today and find your purpose at GCU.

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Degree: Elementary Education
Graduation Year: 2019

For the past 11 years since earning my Bachelor's degree, I had been on a slow, reluctant search for a graduate program. I am wanted the advance degree but I also knew it would place a financial and daily demand on a schedule that had been free of course work for a decade. Not to mention, I wasn't much if a tech type of person so online courses were not even seriously considered. It all changed when the most caring, no nonsense Grand Canyon University representative visited my school recruiting, as well as celebrating one of my colleagues who had graduated from there. She encouraged me to apply and allow them to research possible financial aid eligibility. They found my aid and had me enrolled by December 2017. The experience has left me speechlessly pleased with a growing sense of accomplishment. Each instructor has shown tremendous patience. The student counselor and tech department have been very responsive and thorough with whatever my concerns were. I am on my 4th online GCU Grad course, angrowing in knowledge and readiness for the 21st century classroom. I would not change ANYTHING about my GCU experience!!

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