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Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2019

I do not recommend the nursing program unless you want to teach yourself the ins and outs of being a nurse, most classes are online so theres no one there to help you , it is over priced, yes its an excelarated program but the amount of assignments are extreme. They will also hold on to the financial aide that is not needed and should be sent back to lender until you threaten to take action

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Degree: Accounting
Graduation Year: 2019

When I was attending Rasmussen I didnt receive anything beneficial from it. I was talking to CPAs who said their companies wouldnt employ anybody who attended Rasmussen. I then decided to transfer universities to pursue my career. None of my credits transferred...$10,000 wasted. Rasmussen is a trade school who works with companies to guarantee your job after graduation. If you move to a state that doesnt have a Rasmussen then youre in deep water. Employers look at Rasmussen graduates much less than a public or private university. Only go to this school if youre pursuing a nursing degree. I wish I never went here and could get my money back.

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Degree: Business Administration
Graduation Year: 2010

This school is a complete scam and only cares about getting your money. The education is secondary to them. They charged $3k for a six credit semester. A state school would often charge about that for twice the credits. They require you buy their books through them and can't take the class unless you do so they can overcharge your books beyond what publishers normally do and even if you find it cheaper somewhere else it doesn't matter because you have to buy them through the school to get into the class. Classes were unorganized and of little educational value. My advice is to NEVER go to a for profit college unless you get a fully paid scholarship. You get much more for your money at a community college or state university. Basically at a school like Rasmussen you pay a lot more to get a lot less.

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Degree: Computer and Information Sciences and Support Services, Other
Graduation Year: 2021

Transferred out of this school as soon as I could to a more respectable college that actually teaches the classes. I had to retake classes that I had originally passed with ease at Rasmussen because I did not learn anything from the classes at this school. When speaking with my new adviser at the college that I transferred, I was asked the extent of my computer knowledge. At that point, he determined that I would need to retake the introduction to computer programming again due to the serious lack of knowledge after taking several different courses at Rasmussen. Half of my credits were not excepted at this higher quality college that I attend now, creating a much higher cost for me to complete my education. By the time I left Rasmussen, they had already depleted half of my grants and loan allowance while I was still in Freshman status at the Rasmussen campus. When I inquired at Rasmussen, I was informed that if I enrolled with them, I would spend 50% of my time in classes conducted at the campus and 50% online, which the majority of the computer classes would be at the campus. I did not have but one computer class on campus that ended up being online satellite communication anyway. The classes only presented programs that were already created and you were only expected to troubleshoot the problems the had. No actual teaching of computer programming that could help a student wanting to learn. If I could give zero stars to this college, I would. It was a complete wast of my time and almost $20,000 that could have went toward the real education that I am getting now at a much cheaper price tag.

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Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2019

This school claims to be flexible and affordable. Most students were forced to quit their jobs to keep up with the insanity and several lost their jobs along the way due to the school's inability to provide a clear schedule without making changes. My schedule the last quarter changed 6 times in the first 2 weeks. It's unbelievably expensive and everything is so much more complicated than it needs to be. There's little to no communication and you're treated like a child. If you ask questions, the answers you receive from both instructors as well as support staff are of no help and downright frustrating. It's so hard to explain how bad this school is. And affordable? 50k for an associates btw. Thankfully I came in with 100% of all prerequisites for their ADN, or associates degree in nursing. Still cost me almost 30k.

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Degree: Accounting
Graduation Year: 2019

This school is absolutely horrible. I am currently pursuing my Associate's in Accounting at Rasmussen College and have been enrolled since May of 2018. These advisors and instructors do not know how to communicate. Each time I have questions, I will message my instructor in Blackboard and it takes them well over 2 days to respond as the same for the advisor. I understand they have 24-48 hours but there are times they don't reply whatsoever to my calls or messages. I am pulling a 3.94 in this program so I obviosusly work hard to get decent grades but beginning to think choosing this school was the worst decision I ever made. Please don't attend this school. I am 24 credits from graduating and plan to go on for Bachelor's in Accounting, however not at this school.

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Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2018

I'm a recent graduate of Rasmussen Bloomington, MN campus and excited to share that I passed my boards on the first try with the minimum amount of questions. As with many others in my class there were many frustrations that I can sit here and complain about, I think for me the most frustrating part was releasing the schedules in a unreasonable amount of time to schedule days off from work. This changed when they were going up for accreditation. The good and the annoying part was ati's, the good part is if you really read them and take them seriously taking the nclex will not phase you well..... the bad is their annoying, but worth the annoyance in the end. No school is perfect but I believed Rasmussen fully prepared me to take and pass the boards on the first try.

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Degree: Forensic Accounting
Graduation Year: 2011

Please, please, save your money. Go to a community college or even state college. The quality of the education is far better. Rasmussen accepts anyone who can qualify for a loan. Many of my classmates were barely able to communicate in English. I have yet to receive a job opportunity where I will make anything close to how much I have made working in bars and painting houses. Choosing Rasmussen is the biggest regret of my life.

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Degree: Criminal Justice
Graduation Year: 2018

Horrible school. I was lied to about home much tuition costs and dropped out because of the price but I had dropped out too late and was told some money would be taken from my loans and the rest would be returned and I was fine with that but they never took money out and my money hasnt been returned yet but Rasmussen college also wants 600 dollars from me because they didnt take it from the loan.

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Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2019

They say that it is flexible and it works with any schedule, but that is far from the truth. Also, many of the professors are not helpful. They have other jobs and will not hesitate to put your education last. With all of my online classes I have been responsible for teaching myself everything and all of my professors are in other states so you can not set up a time to meet with them if you need help in the class. Many of the classes dont have any supplemental learning, you just read the textbook and take a test; so youre basically paying to teach yourself. Also the advisors are almost impossible to get ahold of and the office is extremely disorganized.

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