Warren National University
Review Averages: 5.7 out of 10 (88 reviews)Warren National University ceased operating in March 2009.
Warren National University Reviews:
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I Earned My Degree
BSME - July 11, 2014
I worked extremely hard to obtain my BSME degree from WNU. I took Thermodynamics, Fluid Mechanics, Strength of Materials and Mechanics of Heat Transfer to name a few. The professors were all well educated and helpful and the bulletin board system was effective. I still speak with one of my professors from time to time and consider him to be a mentor. Although WNU has been reputed to be a "diploma mill" I believe that with my previous education and that gained through the US Navy that my degree was well earned.
We worked hard for our Diplomas and should be proud
Business Administration - February 13, 2014
I have to agree with July 2012 comments, I too, worked hard and while I attended under the name Kennedy Western University, I already had achieved my Assoc. Degree with a different University and the classwork at KWU was challenging, and it is unfortunate that whoever was responsible for the closure of the school did not represent its' students, and we should be rewarded for the sacrifices we, and our families, had to make to earn our degrees; we should not be penalized for the actions of those sought to sully its' reputation.
MS Engineering Management
Engineering:: Management - July 20, 2013
I completed my MS degree in Engineering management from this school in 2008 and I still make boast to say its program compare much more excellently with the schools that still exist today. I was planning to commence my PHD when I heard of its closure. Unfortunately even thought I had my transcripts and certificate, nobody wants to touch it with a one mile pole for job. The most pathetic thing was that I checked the websites of American Society of Engineering Managers and the name of the school was included in the list of accredited institutions. Is the certificate we labor so hard for and pay so much for useless?
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
PhD Environmental Engineering
Environmental Engineering - March 6, 2013
I completed the PhD in Environmental Engineering in just under two years. As a working professional my only option for a PhD was online. I understood going into the program that this was an "industry recognized" non-accredited degree. The University no longer offered this degree after I graduated. I have no regrets of obtaining the degree, but it would have been more useful if the degree was accredited because many institutions and companies only recognize accredited degrees.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Bogus worthless school. Can you say theft and racketeering.
BSME - January 30, 2013
Useless and unaccredited crap. I signed up for a program of 5 classes and the materials were all out of date by more than a couple editions. I was charged for five courses but only took two and found them extremely lacking in support and the materials out dated as stated above. There were no classes or lecture videos as I was told at the start of the program. All they did is steel my money. This is theft of services and these people should be in jail! If you want to do schooling online there are many accredited real schools offering programs. Go to a real school that offers the same online programs.
7 of 14 people found the following review helpful
This may have been an unaccredited school, but it wasn't a diploma mill
Business Administration - July 14, 2012
I was enrolled while WNU was under evaluation to become accredited. I worked hard, discussed work with professors, took my test with on-site monitors, and completed a dissertation. It took me 3 years to meet all the requirements and I am proud of the degree I earned. Not being accredited does not make a university a "diploma mill". It just makes it a private university. This is no different than many of the university's that we now call "Ivy League". Many of them were private university's that eventually sought accreditation, just like Warren National was doing. If the documentation we received as students was correct (and why would the state and accrediting institution lie) Warren National was not rejected. They were given a list of items they were to change or upgrade before they could move into the next phase of accreditation. The mystery remains to be why did WNU decide not to proceed? That does not devalue my degree to the point of being a "diploma mill" like other institutions where you can send in money and get the piece of paper. Believe me, WNU was NOT a "mill."
4 of 8 people found the following review helpful
DEGREE FROM WNU - GREAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Business Administration - April 9, 2012
I completed the Bachelors Degree in Business Administration:Concentration in Financial Management from Warren National University in 2006. The programme to me was very OK. People should bear on mind that what really matters is the knowledge you get and be able to apply it in your situation. Though accreditation matters for the purpose of governance in that particular region/country, the use of degrees from unaccredited colleges is right out side that particular region/country/state. Warren National University made my dream come true. I am from Africa, and using my degree from WNU, I got a job in a national company. My employers are happy with my performance.
3 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Bachelor of Science - February 13, 2012
I thought the school was very challenging, better than several other schools that I have attended. With that said now that Dickinson State University in North Dakota has been declared a "Diploma Mill" I have to wonder who is going after them, North Central Association Commission on Accreditation? They accredited this school. They going to pull their accreditation, doubt it too much Oboma money involved here. Where are you at now Cheyanne Herald?
2 of 5 people found the following review helpful
MBA - January 11, 2012
I'm amazed to find out my degree is worthless after all these years, the only way I found out was from the IRS and needed more proof of the money I spent, I sent them everything except the 1099 T. Tried to call and no one answered and now have to payback my deduction, I thought we lived in America.
2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Quality Management - January 3, 2012
After submitting my final Thesis and after completing all my classes , Warren University closed. They did not send me my transcripts or notify me. The transcripts exist physically, so where are they and who has legal possession. Next question is how to get a copy of my transcripts so I can continue at another school. Anyone have suggestions or personal knowledge? Contact me at email@example.com.
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