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Left hand doesn't know what the right handQuite BrightAccounting
Left hand doesn't know what the right hand is doing. They are not proactive in providing effective communication. The student must know when it is they should be getting from the staff then be the squeaky wheel to ensure that happens. STUPID conversations over financial aid that isn't issued until 6 weeks into the term....consistently. You can have a CREDIT sitting on your account but if a text was from a prior cycle, they will put a financial hold until you pay that value, increasing your CREDIT. Seriously administratively crippled. Overpriced. For $30K, as a professional returning to school, after 1.5 years in the program, I haven't learned anything yet.
1st Year Female -- Class 2019
Useful Schoolwork: B, Education Quality: D
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Indiana Wesleyan Program Advisor Nicole Robinson, Adult EnroOther
Indiana Wesleyan Program Advisor Nicole Robinson, Adult Enrollment Services claimed I could graduate with earning twenty credits. Then comes the ?bait and switch.? My transcripts were sent out of state to another advisor that added on ten more credits then made herself unavailable on phone and email. I complained to the administration and they said she was very busy. ?Excuse me? she just added on more classes and more time and money and she is too busy to talk to me! I was given only half credits from another university, ( What makes Indiana University think their classes are better than another college)? and no credits from another. Beware of their books, my had eight chapters missing, I brought this to the attention of Dean Sizemore and was sent another book. Again eight chapters missing, again I brought this to their attention and was told there would be no refund because the E-book and hardback book were combined. Then why send me the damaged book in the first place? They charge fees for the library plus miscellaneous fees, utility fees to keep the lights on in the library. The Free Public Library has the same information ?for free? and they don't charge fees for utilities. The National Student debt is $1.3 trillion, Indiana Wesleyan provides some of the reasons why the debt is so large, their on the current education ?money train.?

Taking Sides: Clashing Views on Social Issues, Kurt Finsterbusch, 2015, Mcgraw Hill, had eight chapters missing in both books Indiana Wesleyan and Mcgraw Hill got their money and I have to pay for the book with interest!

Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
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Previously I went to an online school, CTU, and it included lectures of some sort. All this was reading on your on, not enough teaching
1st Year Female -- Class 1920
Faculty Accessibility: B-, Innovation: C-
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