Unity College Reviews

  • 8 Reviews
  • Unity (ME)
  • Annual Tuition: $12,640
67% of 8 students said this degree improved their career prospects
38% of 8 students said they would recommend this school to others
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Student & Graduate Reviews

  • Reviewed: 11/14/2023
  • Degree: Animal Science
"It is a mystery to me how this school is accredited at all, much less by one of the six accrediting organizations that actually matter. The learning material seems to be intentionally confusing. I imagine this is so they can flunk you and get more money from you when the course is retaken for a better grade. Since my first instructor was a super easy grader, I just assumed they allow a lot of academic freedom. Most of what I learned was from my own research. In the next course, the learning material had all sorts of blatant contradictions and errors, and the assignments expect you to know very specific things that are not in the learning material at all. The grading is unfair and demonstrates that the instructor did not actually read the students' assignments. The lectures are the only quality component, and they are usually about 3 minutes long, and not by the instructor. The people doing the lectures should be teaching the classes, and people who can't learn because of constant grammar, conceptual errors, spelling errors and technical issues with the college site, should be getting their money back!"
Kat Beveridge
  • Reviewed: 11/14/2023
  • Degree: Animal Science
"Amazing college! Wonderful instructors! Dynamic courses! Online learning is hard but this college makes it soooo easy and so much support. I can’t wait for the next course everytime one ends. It is well worth the money. The way the terms go is really easy to keep up with. Mother of 7, working and taking care of my farm animals I am able to balance well."
  • Reviewed: 8/10/2023
  • Degree: Biology
"Was dropped halfway through a bachelors for Unity’s mistake and mishandling of the schedule. They would not work with me yet still have the audacity to bill me without even applying it to the employment scholarship I was using the first 2 years. Now Unity will not respond at all to my emails and have blocked me on social media. Stay away from this “college”."
  • Reviewed: 12/13/2022
"I found a job in the field I got my Unity degree in within a month of graduating. My salary increased by $25000. It was well worth it to earn this degree and I highly recommend getting a Master's of Professional Science due to its immediate applicability to the real world."
  • Reviewed: 4/8/2022
  • Degree: Biology
"Look elsewhere. They accept 100% of students yet in 8 years only 67% of students graduated with the vast majority having transferred to another school. There's a reason for this. The course content is lacking, there are numerous broken links to course content and, I'm not convinced anyone is actually teaching my class. Not a single student has been able to get a response from this supposed instructor. Be warned, y'all."
Joshua Rugg
  • Reviewed: 3/28/2022
  • Degree: Environmental Science
"Terrible school, never teach you anything, the content is just repeated every class. Then they will transfer you to collections despite never even telling you that you owed them any money. Couldn't recommend strongly enough that this school not receive a dime from anyone super corrupt, 100% a scam."
James S
  • Reviewed: 7/9/2021
  • Degree: Biology
"Unity College Distance Education needs big improvements with Communications , improve courses and oversee some professor's who does not go by the course syllabus. the Distance Education staff needs to listen to students concerns. I had to file a grade appeal for many of my classes because the professors made up their own rules and not going by the course syllabus and i emailed and called one of the deans of the college and never heard from them throughout my course and after my course ended. ignoring students appeals is very unacceptable for a college to do."
Madison Newton
  • Reviewed: 10/16/2019
  • Degree: Biology
"The Wildlife Biology degree is absolutely outstanding. The Environmental Writing and Media Studies degree could use some work. It is great if used as a dual major, but as a standalone major it was a bit of a joke. I had a few teachers that were fired before the year was up, simply due to their inability to teach a class. The over all college has a great atmosphere and everyone is extremely welcoming. There were many changes to the school in both growth and new employees, but overall I wouldn't change those years for anything. Also if you are ever in need of extra financial aid, go talk with them. I wasn't approved initially for work-study, but there were positions open and I asked and was accepted with no hesitation."