Robert Morris University Illinois Reviews

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Shannon Sharp
  • Reviewed: 12/26/2019
  • Degree: Business
"I did not stay on campus when I attended RMU. I went to a satellite campus and commuted every day. The school would provide breakfast, dinner and free soft drinks daily to their students. There was a pretty small library, a large computer lab and maybe 10 was a pretty small campus. The classes were 8 weeks long, which was quick- and sometimes hard to learn everything, but the professors were great. They didn't have 100's of students in a class, usually no more than 30 and were able to spend more 1 on 1 time with you if you need extra help. There were sports teams, but no other clubs, fraternities, or societies to join. It was a lot like the workforce--- come in, do what is expected of you, and leave. Year round classes with no breaks in summer, spring, or winter meant getting burned out, but also graduating a year early."
Daniel Sotelo
  • Reviewed: 7/20/2016
  • Degree: Business Administration
"This college is a great college for anyone who is looking to major in Business Administration. what I Like the most about this college is that it isn't over the top. It is small and familiar. You get more attention than bigger colleges and you feel motivated and helped along your journey."
Erie Solomon
  • Reviewed: 3/16/2015
  • Degree: Sports Management
"Very Affordable Graduate program for Chicago. Centrally located downtown. The school of Management is a great option for students focusing on the business aspects of their given field/industry"
Brandy Parker
  • Reviewed: 5/19/2014
  • Degree: Human Resources
"The pros are the after grad opportunities to alum. The cheaper rate to take more classes towards another degree or concentration. The cons are the availability of core courses."
Andrew Lawrence
  • Reviewed: 2/24/2014
  • Degree: Computer Science
"I feel that Robert Morris gives students all of the necessary tools to successfully complete their degree. The masters program is challenging and professors are extremely knowledgable."
Cornelia Leach
  • Reviewed: 12/19/2013
  • Degree: Business
"The pros of Robert Morris University Graduate School is that as a undergraduate you can automatically decide to continue your education, that way there is no gap. As a perk for continuing you also receive a discount on graduate school tuition. The con would only include that if you took a break the same discount is not offered. But Robert Morris University offers other scholarships and grad assistant jobs that can also help with tuition costs."
Janice Ang-Smith
  • Reviewed: 12/2/2013
  • Degree: Information Technology
"The pros- The graduate program at Robert Morris tries its best to fit the current demand. Its goal it to truly prepare its students for their future career, and also provide as much options as students would like to enhance current skills for their current jobs. Members of faculty are very much involved, and I have never been denied a moment to speak with anyone even if I show up to their office unannounced. Most of the classes being offered are available at night and on weekends, and can be useful in the real world. The cons- Based on my experience, most of the issues I had were from group projects, and lack of options to make up classes missed. Classes are not as flexible for working people."
Kayla McCaig
  • Reviewed: 2/26/2013
  • Degree: Business
"The professors for this graduate program have been professionals in the subjects they teach and offer personal insight to each class which I find very valuable to my learning experience. This also creates a good ground for networking. I find the workload challenging enough, and fellow students seem to offer good personal connections in their experiences as well. Robert Morris has a diverse group of graduate students as well as faculty. There are different campuses to choose from which helps with flexibility in choosing classes. I enjoy the fast pace of the quarters here also."
Sherika Stennis
  • Reviewed: 12/2/2012
  • Degree: Business
"I enjoyed my time as a graduate student at Robert Morris. It was in a central location in the downtown area with other campuses in the suburbs. The quality of education was good. Though some classes could have prepared us better for the Capstone class. The career services needed quite a bit of assistance. When I began my program, the Graduate School was still fairly new. Therefore there was no career services for the graduate students and going to the overall career services for the school was nearly impossible. Yet they finally provided us with our own counselor. She works great and really helped with my resume on a one on one basis, but resources were still a bit scarce. Lastly, Robert Morris really focuses on the importance of networking with multiple events held at the school and announcements about other events. I recommend Robert Morris, especially for the working student."