National American University
Reivew Averages: 2.8 out of 10 (19 reviews)
National American University Reviews:
18 of 19 people found the following review helpful
April 2, 2012
Where does one begin... I wish I would have been more diligent in my search of a college to attend. Most of the advisors are completely incompetent. It takes forever to get a response. My status sheet was incorrect, stating I completed a course that I actually did not complete. Advisor and advisor stated that my status sheet was accurate and I had a few classes to complete before graduating. There was no empathy or ... [Read more]
18 of 20 people found the following review helpful
October 9, 2007
I had several questionable incidents with NAU, mostly related to administration of records and office support. Beware that the college does not maintain records in the manner it should; it is not uncommon to have grades recorded incorrectly and to have to wade through their cumbersome grievance procedure to correct the errors. Due to the exceptionally high turnover in professors, academic deans, and other personnel you may experience other delays and annoyances. I stuck it ... [Read more]
17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
HORRIBLE University and Employer
December 29, 2012
I have a complaint based on work place discrimination and National American University also violating rules set forth by the Department of Education. I worked at for-profit National American University in Austin, Texas for a year and it was a horrible experience. When I started training as an admissions advisor in 8/2011 there were 30 individuals being trained for the university's Texas locations in Austin, Georgetown, and Dallas. By the 10 month period over half ... [Read more]
16 of 17 people found the following review helpful
Horrible - Will Sink You in Debt
February 11, 2011
Financial Aid here is a MESS. At one point it took me 6 months to get a loan for one quarter, and admin admitted it was their mistake and that it had been missed by 4 people. I have been at NAU for over a year and attend online as well as on campus as a Business major. It is very important for people thinking about attending NAU to be informed of several things, all ... [Read more]
15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
November 28, 2011
This school is painfully understaffed on the financial aid side, but very well staffed on the recruiting side. Beware, they have students sign documents that the student is responsible for all fees up front but are slow slow slow in processing financial aid. Look at the fine print, "Financial Aid is Available." I would not sign up for classes until you are sure you have financial aid unless you have the funds to pay for ... [Read more]
14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
June 2, 2013
Had several advisers while enrolled, on a couple of occasions advisers placed me in classes without my consent or knowledge which resulted in me having to pay for the class. Financial aid department also overcharged both student loan providers and VA costing the student money. The school sought reparations for overages 2 to 3 years after they happened. These "over payments" were taken care of with VA and student loan providers however the school is ... [Read more]
14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
Run Fast!!!!! The Worst School Ever!!!!!!
October 6, 2012
I enrolled this year for the Fall semester and it has been a nightmare ever since! The financial aid office has been telling me lie after lie about what is taking them so long to get my student loan money and grant money. I would not have enrolled without the money already in place, but they told me that they would provide me with a voucher because they knew the money would be coming since ... [Read more]
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