Well, I've been attending Rasmussen for some time now, so I believe I have can make an accurate statement.
I love the college. I love the staff, every instructor I've encountered has been nothing but helpful and delightful. My admissions counselor was Corey C. from Orland, FL. He helped me make my decision, which is his job, but he didn't force it on me. After Corey, I was introduced to Anthony, and he was my financial aid advisor. He was very helpful and understanding. He knew that I didn't know what most of the paperwork meant, so he explained it all to me and I didn't feel like I was a burden on them. Jeff Laing is my Academic Advisor, and he's a very awesome person to know. He helps me out with literally every need or question that could possibly arise.
The classes are challenging, but not too challenging. I can see my grades at any point, which helps with my confidence. There are online communities just for the students, which makes it easier to interact and get to know your classmates, just like in a real college environment.
The college offers so many different tutoring opportunities. There's no reason for someone to do badly in a class, because of the myriad of resources for tutoring. There is also always someone you can talk to. Nearly 24 hours a day, there's some way for you to get in contact with someone.
Overall, I'd give this college a 4.8 out of five. It is on the expensive side, but I can't go to college in person. If you have the ability to go to a community college, then do it. But if you need the independence and portability of an online college, then I think that you'd enjoy Rasmussen. :) By the way, I'm persuing am associated in web design.