Stevens-Henager College Reviews

  • 73 Reviews
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  • Annual Tuition: $16,972
28% of 73 students said this degree improved their career prospects
33% of 73 students said they would recommend this school to others
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Mark
  • Reviewed: 3/5/2020
  • Degree: Nursing
  • Graduation Year: 2015
"I am forever grateful to the fine instructors who assisted me in obtaining my MSN. The online program allowed me to continue working full time while studying. Multiple opportunities opened as a result and I was able to secure a teaching position myself in a nursing program. Thank you Stevens Heneger!"
Wayne M Martin - Ogden, Utah
  • Reviewed: 2/12/2020
  • Degree: Surgical Technician
  • Graduation Year: 2021
"I was the only student starting in the period, that I started. They explained that I would have a different class to start, instead of the Orientation Class which is usually the first class, teaching the student portal and resources needed to be successful. So they started me with Sociology and once the class was done, I had been told 4x that the orientation would be the next class. Once again, they gave me a different class (Anatomy, Physiology & Med Terminology) instead of the orientation class, once again. Leaving me at a severe disadvantage for such a heavy course, as I am not familiar with the student portal that should have been taught to me on day one. Of course they are still wanting money, yet they don't know I have been in contact with FAFSA to take the grant money and loans away (which they CAN do) and redistribute it to another college."
Adrian K
  • Reviewed: 2/4/2020
  • Degree: Business
  • Graduation Year: 2017
"Do not attend this school. They changed my degree/courses and I ended up taking almost 6 months of classes I wasn't even supposed to be enrolled in. I still have to pay for those. They are constantly harassing me about payments despite me never missing a single one and have even gone so far as to send me passive-aggressive mail. All around unprofessional and a complete waste of time."
lydia
  • Reviewed: 12/4/2019
  • Degree: Graphic Design
  • Graduation Year: 2014
"Let me start off by saying i had no idea that they were in a lawsuit, but when i took the courses they were no help and all this time later they bumped my loan to about 22,000 and have been non stop calling even when i make the payment , making threats and all dont waste the time for this school its joke"
C
  • Reviewed: 11/5/2019
  • Degree: Nursing
  • Graduation Year: 2006
"Do not go to this college!!!!! All they do is steal your money! I went in thinking I could get a degree and only attended one semester. They now are charging me for the ENTIRE tuition. I never was told where are the loan went? Not one proof of how the loan was dispursed. I am not sure why I have to pay $17,000 when in the end I withdrew properly?"
Anonymous
  • Reviewed: 11/5/2019
  • Degree: Information Technology
  • Graduation Year: 2018
"DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME OR YOUR MONEY! Absolutely the worst experience of my life! I enrolled and got my financial aid started classes and received zero help from anyone at this so called school! Did not finish my degree and I'm in deep debt with no degree. This school sucked!"
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  • Reviewed: 8/24/2019
  • Degree: Surgical Technician
  • Graduation Year: 2021
"The surgical tech dean told me before i completed the admissions process, that i was able to zoom when i gave birth to my daughter. I was going in with support. my sister in law and i were going to go through the program together, since Stevens Henager is all about graduating with friends and family. The problem was when the interviews were over i got a call saying thar i wasn't going to be allowed to continue the program until after i gave birth. Her reasoning was to slap a number on my head and use statistics to identify and categorize me. I was put into the pile of other drop outs just because i was going to have a baby. Now i have to start up 6 months later with no support or help if i need to stay home with the new born, all because she thought i might just drop out anyway. The thing is i was a bad high school student and when she.called to talk about the interview i was holding a 102% in the starting class. I was told that i might have a premature baby but despite that i still showed up except once because i was cramping and was sick. I may not have showed up but i still completed the assignment and quiz that day and got full points for it. So i would love the school to tell me how that looks like a person that is just going to drop out?? This school or a at least the surgical dean is discriminating all because of past people. I don't even want to attend a college that says that they will work with you and support you, but then they go and completely change their story. Stevens-Henager College, all because of one dean is a fraud school."
Steven L.
  • Reviewed: 8/22/2019
  • Degree: Computer Science
  • Graduation Year: 2012
"Do yourself a favor and educate yourself. Don't believe that Stevens-Henager is a real school. IT'S NOT. They prey on people who think they're too stupid to go to a real college. Trust me, at the time I didn't think I could get into BSU but I needed 2 years of college to join the police force. Stevens-Henager lied saying their credits are recognized and people do this all the time to join the police academy. All your "credits" here are worthless. Any other real college will laugh and nothing will transfer. Trust me, go to a community college. I went 2 years to Stevens-Henager and wracked up $30,000 debt. I ended up going to College of Western Idaho and it was less than $1,000 a semester. With financial aid, I was actually going for free. Stevens-Henager classes are a joke as well. One of the teachers quit so they hired some guy from Micron to try and teach JAVA coding. He didn't know anything and everyone in the class was clueless to the point that they fired him after that month. After 2 years, I didn't learn anything related to computer science. Everything was so dumbed down. I could learn more from a wiki-how. PLEASE, do not go to Stevens-Henager. I know so many people go for their nursing program and they finish their 2 years with a CNA Certification. Guess how much you can make with that? Around $12-$13 an hour. And you're now in debt of $30,000. Hell, my sister took CNA classes in high school and by time she graduated, she was a CNA. So you're paying $30,000 for a high school program."
Haley Byers
  • Reviewed: 7/26/2019
  • Degree: Healthcare Management
  • Graduation Year: 2022
"I am currently enrolled at Stevens-Henagar college, they have been amazing through helping me get set up all the way to making sure I understand every aspect of the college. They help you through financial aid and understanding your rights as a student. You receive a laptop and tablet through the school that you get to keep after graduation."
Dayton
  • Reviewed: 6/5/2019
  • Degree:
  • Graduation Year: 2020
"I am two years into the program. So far, I would say that the curriculum itself is good, but it doesn't ask you to think too hard in many of the classes. I have been able to find jobs related to accounting, but it is always with employers who have never heard of the school. I have been turned down because of the rep of the school. It sucks, but I already signed. The cost is ridiculous from any standpoint. I am paying around $25,000 per year. Granted, it isn't super over the top expensive when compared to other schools out of state, but they offer a lot less: no career fairs, no internship assistance, and you don't really have a faculty mentor. Being an accounting major, I do have concerns about my eligibility to become a CPA as the school only has one accreditation and I haven't seen it on the state website. There are some pros, however.Pro 1: You can choose to be full online or in a hybrid curriculum. Being online lets you work at your own pace and the workload isn't ridiculous either. I only had 2 courses that I wasn't able to keep up with and that was due to a lot of outside pressure. Pro 2: The instructors know their stuff! So far, all of my business and accounting courses have been taught by people who have been in the industry for years: CIA's, CPA's, CFO's, and even a previous CEO. There are things to be learned from and the networking opportunity is great if you take advantage of it.Pro 3: The class sizes are small, at least on campus. I haven't been in a physical class with more than 10 students. The majority have about 4 to 6, so you get to know each other pretty well. Online, you have about 15-20 classmates and some of the interaction is good, but most of it obsolete. It only really comes through posts in the weekly (graded) discussion boards. Conclusion: Overall the school is good. Is it worth every penny? No. But does it allow you to have a family while continuing your education? Yes. Furthermore, the lack of weight a degree holds from Stevens-Henager is a problem, so I recommend looking elsewhere to continue your education. Personally, for anything business related, I would look towards Purdue Global. They are structured similarly but have a much better reputation and can make the difference when hunting for a job. The quality of the coursework is great if you actually do the work. There is a notable difference between those who work for themselves and those who find the answers on study sites like Course Hero and Chegg. If you actually do it, you will be well off down the road. I was able to do well during a tax season position at an accounting firm because I actually studied and learned the material. I was able to keep up with a recent OU graduate in my quality of work. The Bottom Line: Do your research. If you are looking for a quick, easy way to move up, this is not it. As you can tell, there are many people here who were ruined because they didn't make the choice to enroll carefully. But if you weigh all the pros and cons and anticipate the debt that you will have to pay later, it will be worth it. Be proactive and get your own scholarships. I know a guy who wrote to they mayor and was given $5,000. People are out there who are willing to help. Just do your part and don't expect others to take care of you. The school is a business after all and it is not their job to hold your hand through everything like in high school. They give you the opportunity and you decide what you make of it."