University of St. Francis Reviews
- Joliet (IL)
- Annual Tuition: $35,000
50% of 4 students said this degree improved their career prospects
100% of 4 students said they would recommend this school to others
Student & Graduate Reviews
- Reviewed: 6/22/2018
- Degree: Marketing
- Graduation Year: 2009
"Outstanding Education! This university is a hidden gem. It has an outstanding education with professors who truly care and will work with you to achieve whatever you declare you want to. However I do caution, not only did I cross the stage with $100,000 education bill but I also did not have a job. This university needs to work on a few things like internship placement, Profession's in that field regularly coming in to speak about best practices to get their career started and what professional organizations they should participate in for networking, and most of all career placement services."
- Reviewed: 5/22/2017
- Degree: Business
- Graduation Year: 2006
"Class sizes were small. Professors did well to prepare us for the real world."
- Reviewed: 7/22/2016
- Degree: Biology
- Graduation Year: 2015
"School spirit was infused in every aspect of the college life. Homecoming, winter formal and spring formal provide ample opportunity to show off your spirit and make new friends. In addition, the atmosphere of the college is friendly and aiming towards student success."
- Reviewed: 10/18/2014
- Degree: Healthcare Administration
- Graduation Year: 2012
"I started my degree at USF using a traditional classroom setting and after tackling a few online courses, I quickly realized this setting worked best for me. I am a visual learner with a short attention span, so the online format was perfect. It is not easy; you must be disciplined and self motivated, but in exchange, the education you will receive is well worth it. There are many online degrees that are easier, but lack the quality that USF provides. Their standards are high, the coursework is rigorous, and I feel the value is exceptional. You can earn your degree at your own pace. I have taken one class or as many as three classes at a time, and I have also taken an entire semester off when I needed it! I worked full time while I studied and with a lot of hard work, commitment, and discipline, I ended up with the degree I needed for the position I wanted in my current field. Great experience, supportive instructors and faculty! I have just enrolled to continue on to obtain my MHA!"