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B.S. in Information Technology - August 16, 2016
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I am a current student at CSU-Global and this University's policy is setup to favor the University. I recently encountered a situation where I had to request an extension due to unforeseen circumstances. I followed CSU's Incomplete Request and the instructor failed to make the exam available. It is going on one month and the between the Instructor and faculty members this issues continues to be unresolved. Their lack of communication amongst one another is poor and they will try to put the blame on the student. Luckily, I am strong willed and I continue to stand my ground and advocate for current and future students. Run away and choose a more reputable University that treats its students with dignity and respect. The Instructors are not helpful and they also refer you to the internet instead of actually teaching the class. If you get stuck you'll have to depend of the internet as instructors declined to guide you through assignments. If I wanted to teach myself I would not have paid so much money to get the job done. Run, run, run, away fast.

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Nightmare Enrollment Advisers

B.S. in Information Technology - March 4, 2016
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I tried to enroll for Mar.7th start date, but the admissions rep Sarah Lipsett, pushed back my start date to April 4th without my permission. When I contacted her to tell her I wanted to start in March, she found another reason to push the start date back to April 4th. I ran around like a chicken with its head cut off getting transcripts and other documents notarized. Additionally, I spent about $40.00 getting transcripts sent in a hurry. I ended up discontinuing enrollment and going to another school. I'm sure the education is fine but the enrollment process and Sarah Lipsett are a nightmare.

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This is a great school and is becoming more prominant.

B.S. in Information Technology - August 5, 2014
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In January of 2013 I found my employer would be closing down in May of 2014. Fearing I would have great difficulties finding a job I began researching online colleges so that I could finish my degree and be more appealing to prospective employers. I chose CSU-Global over various schools and can't say enough about the university. Within three weeks of applying I was accepted, approved for financial aid and began my first term. That was February 2013. Classes have been demanding but I have learned a lot! With the help of my student adviser (Kristina) I was able to plan coursework to expedite my graduation and finished my Information Technology program in June 2014. My company closed in May 2014 and I started sending my resume to various places (highlighting my pending graduation from CSU-Global). Within three days of creating a Linked In account and sending those resumes I started receiving requests for interviews and two weeks prior to graduation I had secured a Business Application Support Analyst position with a great company. My degree from CSU Global also helped me to secure a place in this Fall's Arizona State University's online MS- Information Mgmt program, which is very highly regarded. I can honestly state my future would not be as bright if I hadn't made CSU-Global my college choice.

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