This school is a train wreck- disorganized, at best. The school originally offered flexible assignment submission schedules- basically, work at your own pace. Under pressure to hold on to its accreditation, the school switched to mandatory due dates and did not grandfather existing students under this policy. If you signed up for this school because of its flexibility, you're done.
Quality of instruction is nonexistent. There are no presentations to review, no guidance on understanding content, nada. You order your books and tackle the work alone with no instruction- each course is self-taught, with a mentor who grades assignments and, if you're lucky and get a decent one, will answer questions if you have them. And the books are just about useless, because you'll be spending the bulk of your time writing papers, and will have to research everything.
So, about these research papers. Papers, papers, papers! Papers for everyone! Finance major? Write a million papers! Accounting major? A million papers for you too! I could have had a flipping PhD by now with all the research and writing I've done at this ridiculous school. If I wanted to write a million papers, I'd have been an English major. As a working adult with a family, I don't have time to write a dissertation on every subject. Lastly, syllabi are generic, loaded with errors, and rarely updated... and if you ask for clarification, the mentors will cite the syllabus and tell you they didn't write it but have to enforce it, and so you're pretty much S.O.L.
If the quality of education isn't enough to scare you away, beware of the financial pitfalls associated with this school. Tuition is constantly increasing, with no changes to course content or the school's technology (by the way, the university's website is outdated and nearly useless). The financial aid department is slower than molasses to process your funds, to the point where you'll wonder if you're going to be dropped before your courses are paid. They're also constantly coming up with new excuses to hold students' stipends... hope you aren't looking to buy food or pay your rent with your stipend, because you'll be starving and homeless before you actually get the money. The University also set up a nice deal for itself with Sallie Mae (another horrible business) wherein students either have to sign up for an account with Sallie Mae in order to get electronic disbursements to that account, or wait five billion years to receive a paper check.
I wish I'd listened to the negative reviews that called this university a correspondence school, because that's exactly what it is.
If you choose to enroll here, I wish you luck because you're certainly going to need it!