Rasmussen University Online Reviews of Associates in Business

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0% of 7 students said this degree improved their career prospects
29% of 7 students said they would recommend this program to others
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  • Reviewed: 8/24/2022
  • Degree: Business
"The platform is super consistent, which is nice. The issue is that just about everything else with the school is inconsistent. I constantly have to fight for better grades, but I am tired of it. I give up. The dean doesn't care about student success, so why should teachers? This school needs to monitor the work of teachers. There are teachers here that are way too underqualified and the experience is extremely inconsistent. One of my biggest frustrations is when the instructor does not know their own subject they are trying to teach (how can I learn if the teacher doesn't know the subject?). I would love to write a great review, unfortunately, it's not going to be about Rasmussen "University.""
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  • Reviewed: 7/13/2019
  • Degree: Business
"I see all the negatives in these reviews, if they are all true, I must been in a different school. I have had nothing but an excellent experience since I entered school in November, 2017. My classes and instructors were all top notch. I spent 35 years in the business world before I returned to school so I some knowledge about what instructors were teaching having already experienced it. True, Rasmussen is not cheap, but I feel that I get my money's worth every quarter. I get my Associates in September of this year and have already enrolled for my Bachelor's in Management. I'm sure , in some people's eyes, there are better schools out there. Everyone is entitled to their own opinion. I will finish my Bachelors in early 2021, and who knows, I might even go for my Master's."
  • Reviewed: 4/11/2017
  • Degree: Business
"I have a IEP and like the fellow before; was given the run around. they kept changing advisiors and I wouldn't get my books till the class was in its 6th week. They kicked me out after 2 Deans List Awards and the A's to go with them But.. I flunked accounting 2; 2x and they couldn't wait to kick me out. I owe $30,000 for nothing.I also asked for help.. I could not learn from him and then they made him my ... tutor. in his class room while it was in attendance with other students. I couldn't think with all the noise. I feel they discriminate against students with disabilities .. it makes more work for them. I ask for a different teacher the second time, and was refused; saying just try it for a little bit. then I flunked . they told me in the hall I flunked and was kicked out. how embrassing.."
Bad School
  • Reviewed: 5/1/2016
  • Degree: Business
"I made a huge mistake going to this school. I saw on our company intranet that Rasmussen offered 10 % discounts off tuition. I had wanted to go back to school so I contacted the local Rasmussen College. I wish I never saw that ad on the intranet! After hooking me in with their promises and lies I found it difficult to even get my advisor to connect with me after I enrolled. The instructors are non responsive when you email about assignments and the tutoring is useless. They tell you they cannot help you and give you wrong instruction. I failed a paper after working HOURS with a tutor online who confirmed my answers were right! The assignments themselves are not challenging and canned. I made Dean's List each quarter I was there and felt like I got zero out of any of it. These instructors are part time and could care about little more than a paycheck. They don't teach, they put up powerpoints and graphs. I now owe the school money and student loan money because I dropped out after only 4 quarters. I am now enrolled in my state university and couldn't be happier there. Also most of my credits were discounted or didn't transfer at all to my other school. SAVE your money and time and bypass this school all together. There are so many other online schools that are better. This is an honest opinion."
Awful School
  • Reviewed: 2/11/2016
  • Degree: Business
"DO NOT ATTEND THIS "COLLEGE"!!! I enrolled at Rasmussen this year for my Associate Degree and planned on getting my Bachelors degree there as well. When I first contacted this school the advisor was very responsive. He called me back timely and was very nice. The minute I signed that form to enroll I never heard from him again. I was just another number in his quota of enrollees to get suckered into this school. The instructors aren't qualified to teach preschool let alone college classes. Basically it is powerpoints and just reading. Instructors do not respond to emails and you get no help. I tried to use one of the online tutors I pay for in my tuition and on several occasions was told " my time is up i have to "release" you or I cannot help you. I spent a ton of money in loans here now for only 6 months of classes and got zero out of it. The credits won't even transfer to a real university so I really got nothing out of the big loans i have to pay now. I withdrew for next quarter and will be going elsewhere. Please save your money and do your research on this school. I only wish someone would have told me this before I put my future on the line. These reviews are honest. This is a business NOT a school. They care about money not your education."
  • Reviewed: 1/24/2015
  • Degree: Business
"I have been attending Rasmussen for 3 months now and I got to say it is not as bad as people say. Maybe it takes time , I don't know! So far my teachers are good in everything they do. They respond in a timely matter and they also are specific about what needs to be done for the assignments. My student advisor is also good , she is probably why I like the school the most! She emails me and checks up on me , she is always there when I have questions, she responds to my emails within 24 hours. it is great! So far no complaints about this school."
  • Reviewed: 9/25/2014
  • Degree: Business
"Just like the rest they are friendly in the beginning and really excited to get you started, after that its nearly impossible to get in contact with someone. THEY FIRE AND RE-HIRE EVERY MONTH! I attended Rasmussen online for a year and a half and in that time I had 6 student advisers. Heed this warning, they are all about money and no one has even heard of them!!!!!! In my second year they switched from tangible text books to digital without the consent of anyone. They continued to charge you the same amount and not only could you not download the material though course smart but you are only RENTING THE DIGITAL BOOKS FOR A FEW MONTHS!!!! You cannot save these books and have to be connect to internet to view them. My complaints went in one ear and out the other, my grades began to fail because the instructors would take so long to respond to my questions and I dropped out and even let them keep my loan money, that's how bad I wanted to be done with these losers. Guess what happened with that. Out of the blue I owe them over $500 and cannot receive my transcripts without first paying this bogus bill!!!! THAT'S NOT IT!!! I DECIDE TO START FROM SCRATCH AT A NEW SCHOOL BECAUSE RASMUSSEN COLLEGE CREDITS ONLY EQUAL TO HALF OF A REAL COLLEGE CREDIT!!!!!!!!!! BEWARE YOU WERE WARNED!!!! NO ONE HAS HEARD OF THESE SCAMMERS!!! All I received after a year and a half is a large amount of debt."