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| They don't have teachers or instructors just someone to collect a check. The "check collectors" nickel and dime you on every assignment. Watch you do incorrect work all semester, have wordy assignments that make no sense, and never tell you what your doing wrong. If they do tell you, they never say how to fix it.(The above would not constitute being a teacher in my book). Then they slam you with a low C and possibly a D. I attend online (on campus twice a month) and the work is so much that you work all day and sit up all night every night working tirelessly. No one said college should be easy....I came in as an honor student (as I have been since grade school). I am transferring barely making it in to a good university, where i should have been when i was making the wrong choice. I guess you get what you pay for. Advice....Don't Attend. |
|Oct 28 2012|| 1st Year Female --
Class 2015 |
| IF you live in Delaware DO NOT attend Wilmington University for your Undergraduate studies.The Administration and a few of the instructors are highly incompetent ,rude,sarcastic and condescending and have cost me my future career choices. They messed up my billing and have now dropped my from classes and are preventing me from graduating in January with 5 classes left to finish.Erin DiMarco and Trudy Hite in Billing have no idea how to run the department and will most likely keep doing it since the President of Undergrad Students does not have the time to look into their stupidity,he/she passed "my dealings" onto their secretary.Stay clear of Wilmington University.They do not care about you at all. |
|Oct 26 2012|| Male --
Class 2000 |
| I unfortunately do not believe that Wilmington University is for everyone. I've long felt a sense of discrimination in class and even outside of class. I am African American and honestly feel like I wish I would have never attended Wilmington University. It has taken me backwards professionally and personally as I am know more and more aware of the racism and classism demonstrated throughout the school districts in Delaware. |
Many of the professors are District leaders or School Leaders and the same treatment "some students" receive in class ... they receive in interviews.
I am NOT satisfied with the education, the program nor the school. Each year, I find that the faculty and staff become more and more "comfortable" in their roles, to the point they simply show up to work.
I actually plan on filing a formal complaint about a number of things I've noticed with Wilmington and "LIFE THEREAFTER".
Very dissappointed. I honestly wouldn't waste my time or money and wish I could have every dime of mine back. I'd trade this degree for a bag of chips(no lie!!!)
|Aug 01 2012|| Alumnus Male --
Class 2000 |