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Overall, I wanted to love this school, butQuite BrightPsychology
Overall, I wanted to love this school, but I was disappointed with the lack of instruction, access to my adviser, and no real direction for my degree plan. You are on your own when it comes to picking classes and there is a strong likelihood that classes claimed to be online won't be available, EVER. It is highly disorganized, poorly managed, and little communication, unless you don't pay, and then they are all over for payment. Stipends take forever for payout and there is little notice, if any. Ask yourself if its worth the $50,000 price tag.
3rd Year Female -- Class 2016
Collaboration/Competitive: C-, Education Quality: F
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Regis University only wants your money, especially if
Regis University only wants your money, especially if you're enrolled in their CPS or health programs. Most of their courses are taught by adjuncts who graduated from for-profit universities or Regis' own professional programs (MBA, Nursing, DPT, ect). After you graduate, they could careless if you get a job. To boot, they will not even help you. Regis' Career Services is a joke. They give you false information about finding entry level jobs. Stay away from this school.
Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
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The degree's I earnedComputer Science
The degree's I earned at Regis positively influenced my career so I have to recommend the school. It is a bit expensive and could be more rigorous but a good school non the less.
Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
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