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Degree: Business Administration
Graduation Year: 2019

I have enjoyed the program. The University supplies all materials needed for success. Students will get out of the program what they put in to it. It is alot of work, but well worth it. My student adviser was with me every step of the way. When I had medical challenges, two surgeries, they worked with me and I did not lose time or money. The instructors are excellent. They call and check on you and ask if you have any challenges, or where they can help you to succeed. I read some negative reviews, however I can only think that those people writing them are not engaged to what is actually going on, or not fully involved in their education. IU will not give you anything, you have to earn your scores. They have been fair with me and fully cooperative in any and all situations I have inquired about. Will continue on to get my MBA through their school. It has been a great learning experience. No issues.

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Degree: Respiratory Care Therapy/Therapist
Graduation Year: 2021

I was very interested in the Respiratory program through this University but I did look further and found that they are on probation through the COARC accreditation body. I brought this up to Ronald Hehn and right from the start he was very rude and was quickly to push me away from the program. First off saying o Colorado is so hard to place on a site and that there is a year wait list to get a site and that it's is so hard to get into this program. I currently attend Colorado State University and have Honors so for him to push me away like that was so rude and because I found that probation they are on.The worst costumer service ever. I do not recommend this university.

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Degree: Health Aide
Graduation Year: 2017

This school is a joke! You can NEVER reach anyone in the Finanical Aid Department. The school received my excess funds on Aug 27, I spoke with who told me it would be 10 to 12 weeks before I would receive the remaining excess funds check in the mail. I cant understand what is the issue with holding the funds for 10 to 12 weeks and I cannot get anyone to expect lain it to me. The classes are easy and the instructors are very helpful.

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Degree: Healthcare Management
Graduation Year: 2017

Please no one need to attend this school. They will charge you all this money for school, and they will hold your refund check. It doesn't take no 12 weeks for your refund check they are holding our money and then they would say it still haven't came on. When they receive there funds the other funds are right behind it. Please don't waste your time.

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Degree: Business
Graduation Year: 2018

The faculty and staff are amazing. I never felt like I was alone. My instructors all stayed in touch by telephone and email through all my courses. The program was very good. The classes weren't easy, but almost all of them were relevant. It was a great choice for me.

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Degree: Health Services Administration
Graduation Year: 2021

I usually do not do this but i am really upset with the financial department from this school. First I signed up for cost of living in june, my funds were disputed to the school july 2. When I talked to my financial aid advisor she sent me info about the cost of living, I then tried to get in contact with her numerous of times she never answered. Then I had spoke with someone over her and then she finally reached out to me. I then had another financial aid and she had told me that everything that the other person had did was not in the system. So now I had to get approved, I was approved and they said I would have to wait 10-12 weeks for my check to come it is now in my 13 week and I just talked to her now she is telling me that I would get it in the beginning of October. I feel like I am giving the run around on when I will be receiving my funds. The school had received their funds why do I have to wait so long for mine to come to me I have to pay that back it is on my nelnet I am the one who requested for the funds so what is the hold up I am so disappointed in the financial department. As far as the classes are good and I make good grades I would not recommend using financial aid when going to this school but as far as getting an education yes.

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Degree: Computer and Information Systems Security/Information Assurance
Graduation Year: 2018

IU admin will inform you that youll receive a tablet and laptop but God forbid their issued laptop crashes, they will not replace it even with a warranty! There are no breaks between MODs, the labs take at least 4 hours of your times a day but they claim its a do at your own pace college and that 30 min in the morning and 30 min at night would work for you. As a National Guard member, a mother of two, working 12hour shifts, this college is no where near work at your own pace or sympathetic to hardware loss or military training. If you drop out and request to re-enroll, the months you dropped out for must be required to finish so going from 1-3 classes a MOD, then requires 3-5 classes a MOD. Also, expect to do homework as if youre working a full time job!! The only thing good about this school are the teachers walk through videos.

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Degree: Computer and Information Systems Security/Information Assurance
Graduation Year: 2020

I wanted to write this review to help those understand where the bad reviews are coming from. Most of these reviews are based on people that do not understand how finances work or how other situations work. This school is the best school I have ever been to and I have attended a few! The debt for the school is much lower than others. They actually give you a tablet and a laptop for the classes which is very helpful. Naturally, like any other schools you will owe money after you graduate. That is a given. I feel like these naysayers are not fully aware of the helpful people we have before they quit. They could have contacted the offices to find out what is going on, rather than just bashing the school altogether.

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Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2018

It was great up until I got to externship. My externship coordinator left me on my own to find a site. Now I owe more money for having to retake my externship. The school enrolled me in my externship class without having an externship site. I loved the school up until that point and now, I can not wait to have nothing more to do with them. They care about while you are a student but after you graduate, they do not care. They are after the money. I was given the run around with help with externship and financial aid. I would not recommend this school to my worst enemy.

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Degree: Business
Graduation Year: 2017

I truly loved this University. I earned my Associates in 2015 in Business Management with Retail sales. My Bachelors in Business Administration in 2017, and they gave me half off my tuition to earn my MBA (i will graduate in 2019). I attended the 2017 graduation in Salt Lake, and I loved it. It was in an old theater. They gave us food and drinks. I felt very special. They had music and I just thought it was a great ceremony. As for the teachers and staff, they are so helpful, and encouraged me to join joined Journalism Club, Business Club, and Student Advisory council. I am working hard to graduate with honors. If you are a full time mother, and full time worker this is the school for you. They have called to help me get a job, prepared me for interviews, and are always checking on me. I am proud to be an IU alumni!

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