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Degree: Criminal Justice
Graduation Year: 2015

I hate the school! They staff seems so unprofessional! You get assigned to officers and student advisors and they are hard to contact! They also tell you that your classes will be paid for and refunds disbursement safe on certain days but they actually do things when they get ready. Just an unprofessional school and I recommend them to no one!!

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Degree: Medical Billing & Coding
Graduation Year: 2014

There course work and staff were wonderful. The classes worked great with my work and family schedule. I was able to complete my degree in just under a year. The only issue I have is that I am finding it difficult to find a job without certification as a medical biller or professional coder. I was not informed that most employers want certification not only education. But the education I received prepared me well for the certification exams.

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Degree: Agriculture
Graduation Year: 2015

This school is horrible the only person that will explain things to you is on Facebook . They hold your money like they have to pay it back. I wish I had never wasted my time here at this school they do not care about you or you getting a proper education. They care about their money the questions for work is the same for every class you can write anything and they will pass you this school is a big joke

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Degree: Agriculture
Graduation Year: 2016

I have found the classes to be great. Most professors are quick to respond and I feel I have learned quite a bit in the last year. I would have to agree with a previous comment on the student advisors. They are not helpful at all. All they do is check in on you to make sure you are staying active. If you ask them for any real help, they just tell you they can't help. On top of that, they continually push back the estimated graduation date. My graduation date was scheduled for the end of December 2015 and they just moved it to May 2016. I'm not sure I will be continuing if they cannot assure me that the date will not be pushed out any further. I do not understand how the graduation date could change for a current student. Very frustrated!!!

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Degree: Business
Graduation Year: 2015

This school is terrible the FA department does know anything they dropped the ball on my FA even after I called several times they still did nothing until the very last time I called they found it was a system error as to the reason my disbursement never happened and they still want me to wait another 3-5 days this school is the worst.

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Degree: Performing Arts
Graduation Year: 2013

The university provided great curriculum, faculty, and an overall positive experience. I started the Masters of Science in Performance Improvement program in 2011 and finished in 24 months. The academic advisor was easy to work with and very helpful. The online faculty was understanding but yet demanding in the sense that they pushed you to dig deeper and provide more in depth reviews and answers.

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Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2010

My dream was to obtain a senior management position in healthcare. My problem was that I didn't have the time in my schedule to attend a brick and mortar college. And finding a babysitter was always an issue. Grantham University helped me achieve that dream by helping me earn a Master of Healthcare Administration (MHA) degree. At first I was concerned because it was a 100% online format. But I decided to enroll and see if it was something for me. I was pleasantly surprised to find engaging and highly relevant courses that utilize current, proven healthcare and business administration models. Their courses were well laid out and challenging. I'm not going to tell you it was always easy, but if you apply yourself and keep up with your homework, it can be done. My favorite part was learning to assess the legal, regulatory and ethical challenges faced by the healthcare industry. This was very helpful in my real world position. My advice if you attend is to work closely with your student adviser and instructors. They will make sure you get the help you need to graduate. Grantham is a great school and I highly recommend them to all of my co-workers.

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Degree: Liberal Studies
Graduation Year: 2008

This college is fully accredited. I was able to attend U.S. Army Command General Staff College Officers Course (which requires the student to have a bachelor's degree from a fully accredited college or university) Masters level education thanks to my bachelor's degree from Grantham University.

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Degree: Computer Science
Graduation Year: 2015

I graduated from famous univesity in 1997 so I can compare both, Grantham is far better school cares about its students. I had a great experience.

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Degree: Computer Science
Graduation Year: 2011

Having had a crash and burn experience at a state university I attended Grantham for the flexibility. The thing I liked most is the clear degree plan, they gave me a clear list of classes required to earn my degree, books and labs included with tuition. Study hard at your own pace, pass the test and earn college credit. Some of the classes were excellent and some of the classes were just average, but like any higher education you only get out of it what you are willing to put into it. Most of the problems I had had were of my own making, not meeting deadlines etc. Administrative support was always polite and professional. On the negative side a small number of classes require improvement. Overall if you meet the student responsibilities you can obtain a good education, understand it will be up to you.

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