Grand Canyon University Reviews
|Accreditation:||Grand Canyon University is Regionally accredited by the the Higher Learning Commission and is a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.|
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This school has been a living nightmare since day 1 literally. They lose things, do NOT keep you informed of what paperwork is needed, mess up your financial aid and have no concept about communication with themselves or the students regarding what you're taking, how many hours you're taking, what classes will transfer, or even what program you're in. It's true. What a headache time and time again. Once they get you to commit, they drop you like a hot potato and good luck.......you're on your own so you had better know that you will have to spend MANY hours on the phone with following up on virtually EVERYTHING related to FAFSA, transcripts, etc. because they are more than confused in every department. I wish I would have never gone to this incompetent place.
As a GCU online student, I completed two Masters level courses. In May 2007, I received my Masters in Reading Curriculum & Instruction. And, I just completed a second Masters in TESOL in the fall semester of 2009. My overall coursework experience was challenging and exciting. GCU provides valuable resources such as access to the library, comprehensible lecture notes, and intense interaction through the discussion questions with the online instructor and classmates. The Masters level online learning community of GCU enhanced my skills in teaching. I am glad that GCU helped me "not to miss a day of my future." :-)
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