Kaplan University Reviews
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If you're in the military and trying to go here just to get your military credits accepted, DON'T DO IT. I wasted my time getting an associate's at this school so that I can receive credit for being a medic and then transfer to a university. HUGE waste of time! None of my credits ever transferred to any school to try to go to. So now I'm starting from 0, as a freshmen. Don't go to this school if you don't plan on finishing your entire degree here, and even then I recommend you just go to a regular university in your area. This school is crap. So disappointed to have been told that credits would transfer when they DON'T.
I don't know about anybody else. I really enjoyed learning this program. The staff was very informative in all areas that reference my education. The professors very knowledgeable in their field because any question ask; I was given an answer that forward my education. My degree earned was online and it was hard, but I dedicated my time and effort. I graduated with a 3.9. Thank You Kaplan U.
I absolutely love Kaplan University. I honestly was very scared when I enrolled because their reviews from former students were pretty harsh, but I must say I have had a great experience with this university. My adviser Austin is awesome. He response quickly to my questions and if her doesn't know the answer he will get me to someone who will. Once minor issue was I had been trying to contact finical aid and no one returned my call for a week. I reached out to my advisor and that day someone called me. My professors are nice and understanding. Kaplan is for determined people. Participate in seminars, and complete your work on time and you will succeed here.
Well guys everyone experience is different and I respect everyone's truth. If Kaplan was bad to you it is your truth and if it was good to you it is your truth also. I had the great and the bad, my bachelors program was great and I excelled in it finishing with a 3.4 GPA. They were very helpful through the entire course. When I took my Masters Class I had a professor who was difficult hard to communicate with and scored me below a 3.0 GPA. I was placed on probation at the same time I was dealing with family issues. The adviser told me that I needed to maintain the 3.0 GPA in the next class and I did. The next thing I know I was notified of not maintaining an overall 3.0 GPA and was dropped. Wow I read the policy and told them that I should be retained. A letter was written to the dean with no help. I was upset but did not let Kaplan stop me from my dreams. I vetted other colleges and found a college that fit my learning style better with more professional staff and student. No one said this would be easy so if you Kaplan was good to you Hooray! If you feel they did you dirty, brush yourself off and find a better college and situation that fits you. Don't be afraid to fight for what you believe in but don't get stuck because things seem bad. Have the will to win in life.
I am currently enrolled at Kaplan with a graduation date of September 15, 2015. I started taking my final classes, the ones I specialize in for my BS, and realized Kaplan has me signed up for the wrong degree program, and that's just the icing on the cake. I transfered to Kaplan with 91 credits from a community college with a 3.8 gpa specializing in Mechanical Engineering. I received an academic scholarship but upon joining Kaplan, I was forced to take a general biology course after transferring over an anatomy/physiology class I received an A in, with the reasoning that at least it would be an easy A. Then my student advisor convinced me to only take one class instead of two, since I didn't want to take a summer break, which led to me losing the scholarship. They reinstated it once they realized what happened. Then in my final year, after I started taking my BS classes, I realized I was signed up for the wrong major. Their way of helping me was having the manager, who is a professional psychologist, manipulate me into believing it was for the better. Kaplan seems to forget that it isn't about just receiving a degree but actually being taught what you need to know. My experience with Kaplan has been anything but smooth. I DO NOT recommend attending this university when there are so many others out there that actually care about their students. Plus I'm pretty sure my grant money they told me I'm receiving is actually just a loan...I just thankful I have God to show me the positive that can come from this experience.
I graduate Dec,2015. All I have to say is that Kaplan U is a great college. I worked hard to get where I am at today, I have reached my clinical studies and I am the happiest woman in the world. I made the Deans list, when I saw that I just cried tears of joy! This is a place where I have seen a lot of whiny comments, please grow up because this is college not high school. Before I graduate, I am coming back to get my Bachelors in Psychology. I love Kaplan University!!!! Kaplan Rocks!!!!!
I can not say to much on credit transfers or finding a job that is in the field of psychology because I have not graduated yet. I do have to say that some of these comments scare me. I already have around 30,000 in loans for two years that I have been enrolled in Kaplan. If this school is as bad as a lot of people are saying, and these classes we are taking not meeting the standards needed for my profession in the real world and I will have to take more classes when I have graduated from Kaplan also scares me. I can however state then when I enrolled in Kaplan in the beginning it was very easy and only took about a week. My student adviser calls me at least once per term to see how things are going, and when I needed to take a term off because of personal reasons it was simple. As far as easy A's....not even close. I have had to work hard for my A's and B's. I also have received some C's, but that was my fault for not doing all of the required work.
I went to Kaplan University for one semester in 2010. While I was there I took two courses and really enjoyed it. The only thing was their financial aid department constantly had me submitting documents over and over again toward the end of the first semester. Each time I would submit it different representatives would call and request for more.Ended up charging me out of pocket for the classes. Once I filed a complaint they charged financial aid. I really was frustrated and decided to attend Ashford University where I received my Bachelors and had so many credits transferred I was able to take a minor in Psychology and specialized in Public Administration. It is good seeing others did not have a negative experience as I did.
100% on line curriculum, including online books I could access through my cell phone. The classes were detailed, and challenging, but the amount of help offered by the school ensures success. I would highly recommend this college to anyone that has a busy career like mine (military).
I am currently enrolled at Kaplan University studying Health Care Administration. Although I have struggled in the past with school, Kaplan has given me the skill-set that has escalated my learning potential. Right now, my GPA is a 3.35- but I plan for it to become higher in the future. Kaplan has enabled me to realize that I am a powerful force with higher education.