“Enrolled in their CAGS program and figured thePsychology
Enrolled in their CAGS program and figured the scheduling would work well with my busy life. Unfortunately, only a select few of the instructors are involved in the teaching process. It's tragic to pay this amount for tuition to basically teach yourself everything. It's too bad that the school capitalizes on "Christianity" to lure in students because you feel like you are being robbed. The assignments are ridiculous at times and you wonder why you are doing them. I would never recommend this school to anyone! Save your money!
“Do not waste your time or your moneyQuite BrightPsychology
Do not waste your time or your money at this school! When you are working on enrolling, the administrators can't even leave you alone - making everything look and sound great. But, once you are "suckered in" to their school, your back is against the wall and your are overpaying for an average, fake Christian, education. Everyone you speak with seems to have a hidden agenda - making the school money. It's too bad, too! All of this in the name of "Christianity" - you are probably better off attending a regular college.
Honestly, do NOT waste your time or your money with CCU! It is completely OVER-priced and they misrepresent who they are! You would be better off forgetting the "Christian" portion and just attending a non-Christian school - or at least not CCU. All they care about is their $ and the tuition is completely over-priced. I would never recommend this school, period. There is no easy way to access the people you need when you have questions. You get blown off. Their courses are NOT 5-week blocks, either. They are 6-weeks because they fail to tell you about the FINAL week that carries into the beginning week of the next class. So, essentially you are killing yourself to get the highest point assignment completed when you are already beginning another class.