Guide to Online Schools Feedback
Feedback for Guide to Online Schools
by Kandace Galloway on 11/19/2013
great start to my search for an online school
by Lisa lake on 11/19/2013
Very helpful website
by Charlene Bedford on 11/18/2013
show local schools
by becky on 11/18/2013
Thank you you help me understand where I must go for online education
by Abigail Stevenson on 11/17/2013
already have this information need more schools that offer online msw program with scholarships
by Dee Manatowa on 11/11/2013
Thank you. I did not know here or how to find this information. It is needed by more people, so thank you again.
by Dreamer Bee on 11/09/2013
simplify the hell out of it!!
by on 11/06/2013
i just want my G E D
by on 11/06/2013
Capella University does not allow for Canadian Provinces on it's form and therefore information cannot be requested
by Katherine on 11/06/2013
We are sorry. Please visit Capella's site (http://www.capella.edu/) and use the "Request Info" link at the top if you are a Canadian resident.
Don't understand how to "Compare School". I checked the boxes, but then what do I do? Don't see any instructions.
by on 11/02/2013
There is a blue "Compare" button at the top and bottom of the list. We will try to make it more prominent. Thank you.
I am a current student enrolled with WGU and to the reviewer who mentions how WGU is "crap" and a "diploma mill" and they did better with their two-year associates degree, I don't understand how you're having such a hard time. Since I've enrolled, I've been in informational and educational courses that have definitely taught me. I attended a private university for $30,000/year in my home state, but due to family and financial issues, I had to leave. I have absolutely no qualms with WGU. I appreciate how the course mentors and the student mentors are so readily available and happily help you along the way, should you be bright enough to realize you NEED THE HELP. If you don't reach out, if you rather complain and whine about what you don't understand instead of making the strides to understand it, then maybe this university isn't for you. Also, going back to the previous posting about how bad WGU is, they are ranked on quite a few national lists. Do your homework. They're accredited regionally and nationally. Before you choose to enroll in WGU, make sure it fits you, otherwise you'll be a whiny baby like the other poster.
by Samantha on 10/29/2013
create a more direct path to subjects listed under the universities
by on 10/25/2013
why is Alabama not accepted??
by Ann on 10/24/2013
Why is Park University not listed?
by on 10/20/2013
give me hits that are what i ask for
by on 10/16/2013
Why is American Public University / American Military University not listed? The school has regional accreditation, as well as CHEA, and several industry accreditation's.
by Jamie DeHaven on 10/14/2013
it doesn't give you all the non-profit schools -- I've seen 5 that I researched that weren't on the list. The ones that were, were actually not psychology...
by on 10/10/2013
by on 10/03/2013
poor list of online nursing schools. did they pay you?
by on 10/02/2013
The "search by specialty" page appears to just list those schools that have given you advertisement money. For example, only a handful of schools appear when I chose nursing as a specialty. I know for a fact there are way more on-line schools that the 10 or so listed.
by on 10/02/2013
Athabasca University located in Alberta, Canada offers online MBA and DBA programs which should be included in your guide. I am the DBA Program Director and would be happy to send you information, if you like.
by Kay Devine on 10/02/2013
more information in detail please
by on 09/29/2013