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4 out of 5
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Degree: Information Technology
Graduation Year: 2019

I've seen alot of negative reviews of Sullivan on this website, but alot of them are all focused on issues normally caused by the students themselves. Pursing a degree online is challenging, and you shouldn't expect people to hold your hands. Are there teachers who are a little sub par? Sure, but that's with any university. From applying and having meetings with my student coordinator I was put in the right place easily. All the information needed to succeed is always available, albeit you may need to look for it. The classes in IT are very thorough and provide a wealth of knowledge. In the end it's about researching and knowing the curriculum and formats of the classes, it's all laid out on their website.

3 out of 5
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Degree: Culinary Arts
Graduation Year: 2018

HIGHLY do NOT recommend attending Sullivan University. When you think youve paid enough on your tuition, they bump up your pay without you knowing. Also, Ive been paying on time for a bit 7 months now, and they neglected to inform me that Im not paying enough, so instead of paying $259 a month, I am supposed to pay $1,500 a month. That will screw your over badly. For your sake, dont get yourself in this mess.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies and Humanities, Other
Graduation Year: 2018

This school is primarily out for your hard earned money, financial aid, tuition assistance, and any other funds they can get, and are not really worried about the students. I have been to a major university as well as another college , and both schools may cost only a little more or less than Sullivan University, but somehow I end up having to pay out of pocket, but when I went to the other schools there was money left over so that I can buy my books. I needed my transcripts from there and I paid 10.00 for an UNOFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT not official, but they still charge 10.00. I called days later to see if I can pick up my transcripts and nobody knew where it was. The records room manager R. doesn't care and also has a bad attitude instead of trying to resolve the issue. She told me to call another department which I did , and they didn't have it either, and said I need to speak with R. again. You pay for something, they don't know where it is, and just tell you they don't see it nothing else. Never again.

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1 out of 5
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Degree: Medical Office Administration
Graduation Year: 2010

At first this school was pretty good I liked it for the first couple of quarters but then realization hit they are only money hungry. When I applied back in 2016 I wanted to be a medical student but I missed one question on the test and was put in the medical office after being in the field and watching everyone around me be a medical assistant I was told by one of my "peers" that the medical office was not being funded anymore and will have students paying out of pocket now to keep the program running I met with academic advisor which had told me originally that it was true so then they switched me into medical administration find and dandy till it messed with my financial aid and I was later told that there program for medical office was OK and they are Recruiting new students every day in the field!!!! I was so p***** that I just said s**** it and dropped out bunch of c*** it was I would not recommend this school to anyone not even my worse enemy

2 out of 5
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Degree: Culinary Arts
Graduation Year: 2018

To be honest to be a private school its actually terrible, high priced I have seen better campuses and more put together... to be honest the school doesnt offer as much as you would think as a private school... I went through this school because I was told it was great but in reality they arent...

1 out of 5
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Degree: Medical Billing & Coding
Graduation Year: 2017

Once I was enrolled, no one wanted to help me with anything. I took all online classes and all of my instructors were lazy and unhelpful. One instructor didn't even grade any of the assignments until week 5. The one specific teacher that i had issues with is Patricia King who graded 2 of my assignments at zero, claiming that she did not see that the claim forms were filled out. Not to mention the fact that the way the assignments were uploaded to Blackboard was dumb and most of the class had to reach out to her about not being able to complete it. She refused to help anyone, advising to reach out to the IT team. The IT team at Sullivan, in my case was unable to help me with this. When i told her, she was still no help. I reached out to the director of online affairs at this point who stated that while he didn't agree with the way she handled the situation, this is what i should expect from all of my online instructors. I then reached out to her director who never responded to me. Finally, i called IT again who had to send her an email and tell her how to look at the assignment. I then, after 3 weeks got my assignments graded. Then on other assignments got an 88%. When I asked her for some feedback on what I was doing wrong or how I can improve, she directed me to the grading rubric. I told her that I looked over the assignment and the grading rubric and felt like I had met all of the requirements and I was wanting her feedback as to why I was graded at an 88%. She then sent me the grading rubric and no other response. I then wrote her director again, asking her for a meeting. Her response was that the assignments were graded and saw no need for my email. I explained to her the entire situation and she never got back to me. I then went to sign up for my second quarter of classes, only to find out that she is the only instructor to offer one of the classes i needed. I emailed the director of online affairs, again, asking about the class and if they expected anyone else to be teaching it. His response was that I would have to deal with that instructor at some point. Basically telling me to get over it.

2 out of 5
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Degree: Information Technology
Graduation Year: 2011

Future students, do your homework. I know a young lady who worked at orientation and figured out Sullivan was not a good fit. She was fired. You will hear all the positive, you will be given the great spin on everything. Before you sign the dotted line go out and ask five graduates their true opinion. Don't take the admissions people who are under pressure, don't trust review sites. Some are written by angry people or Sullivan yourself. Find five actual graduates and get there opinion before you sign those papers.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Information Technology
Graduation Year: 2018

This school is a complete joke. It's all about getting your money. The financial aid people can never get it right. There are slim pickings of classes. The good teachers have already left. Classes you need are never offered. There is no college life. They charge for everything. They charge lab fees etc.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Nursing Practice
Graduation Year: 2017

I felt as if the the proper expectation for new students is not is very poor. Especially for young students trying to attend the school. I truly regret attending Sullivan University. The reason why the school is still open is because of the hidden fees.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Marketing
Graduation Year: 2011

During my Senior year I had only 4 classes remaining. These were CORE CLASSES I needed to complete to graduate with a Marketing BA. I waited 6 semesters for them to offer these classes and they kept saying next semester they will have them but never did. I would never recommend this school to anyone. They would tell me they're offered online though. These were my toughest courses in the entire program and they only offered them online. I would have never went hear had I known this. I finished the 2 year but not the 4 bc my last 4 core classes were never offered in a classroom setting.

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