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Andy Pass
· October 30, 2017
I wish they would try half as hard to lower their tuition or improve their programs as they do badgering you to sign up for their programs. I gave them my info 5 years ago and now out of the blue they... have left me a voice mail every day for a month trying to get me to enroll and have now started sending me text messages as well. It seems odd that an institute of higher learning has to resort to these tactics and seems like a huge red flag to me. See More
Brittani Michelle Gillon
· November 21, 2017
Expensive to say the less!!! I also do not like being in 5.5 week long classes.The classes are not for the working classes unless you're taking one class at a time. They should have kept it at 11 week...s. I would say maybe a 7 week class one at a time would be better like a lot of other online programs. I had some amazing instructors and I had some I can care less about. I am currently in my practicum and capstone and I am loving how they are preparing us for the Registered Health Information Technologist (RHIT) exam. I believe once I am done, I will be prepare to take my RHIT. If the classes weren't so cramped, I would continue with them for my Bachelor's Degree. See More
Michael L. Mothershed
· August 8, 2017
If you have been out of school for a while or just graduating high school. I recommend Rasmussen College, it works with my schedule and my classes are 100% online. I know when my material is availabl...e or due. The teachers are constantly getting to challenge yourself and think outside that box. It is work and my classes are 5.5, I work full time at nights, I'm a father a husband and at times I coach. The key to being successful is Time Management. You have to sacrifice some things to get what you want. See More
Julie Marie Finco
· June 18, 2017
I can not begin to explain my disappointment with Rasmussen and the "education" I received. I have questioned why I continued and decided I would finish what I started and am glad I did. However, th...e communication from college staff is non- existent. And the surveys, why bother as the college never responds to comments and/or concerns.

I have been trying to get a hold of someone at the Blaine, MN office for 3 months. Forget your "advisor", he only communicates when he needs something and seems incapable of helping me when I need something.

I am now looking into how to file a formal complaint about the school, staff, and the joke they call curriculum. Did I mention the majority of courses used material so outdated it was irrelevant. Way to keep up with advancement!

Here's hoping I might hear from someone know.
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Melanie Shimek
· June 4, 2017
I have had a great experience. I am in the last 3 weeks of my Bachelors Program of Health Science and the whole experience has been wonderful. It hasn't been easy, so if you are looking for that you... came to the wrong place, but I earned this degree that old fashioned way of studying hard. I am graduating with highest honors with a 3.9 GPA, a mother, wife, and my full-time job. I have been taking 2 4 credit classes every 6 weeks in the accelerated program, very time consuming but was so great for me! I highly recommend. I was able to finish my Bachelors from an associate in 18 months. See More
Jeannie Marie
· July 14, 2017
Loved my time as an online student. I found my advisor and staff/instructors very helpful and encouraging. They worked with my schedule when I had changes in my personal life that made it possible for... me to continue my education. I finally finished in June and will proudly wear my cap and gown in August along with honor cords��. Thank you Rasmussen!! See More
Angie Chapman
· January 11, 2018
This school suck they are rude they don't teach you anything u get no help half the class do not have live lectures
Dianna Billings
· June 19, 2017
I am graduating in August 2017 with my associates degree in medical administration. This has been such a great educational experience for me, from instructors, staff members to advisors, enrolling in ...Rasmussen was the best decision of my life. I have maintained deans list and honor roll my entire term. I have reenrolled to obtain my bachelors degree in human services. You get out of school what you put into it. Make your dreams a reality. Enrolling in 2015, i was unsure if this was the best decision at 47, i didn't think I could keep up, didnt think I was smart enough in today's educational world, but i have never been more proud of where i am today. Thank you to the entire staff at Rasmussen college in Fort Myers. See More
Karmen Twitty Holden
· February 11, 2018
Has been a great experience for me so far I graduate in December this year and can’t wait !!
Cassie Higgins
· September 3, 2017
If I could give 0 stars I would!! Stop calling and texting me! I clicked on your page and looked through the online courses and this college is reacting like a needy boyfriend!! I literally just block...ed a college from contacting me. 2 calls today (Sunday), 3 texts and 6 phone calls since Friday morning!! See More
Michelle Aguiar
· October 14, 2017
Love this school. I have been at Rasmussen for my whole Associate program and plan to be here for my bachelor program. Highly recommend Rasmussen.
Katie Harris
· July 1, 2016
My class ended and I never heard from anyone or my advisor again. Not a where are you? Or a hey want to enroll in your new class? So I stopped going and dropped out, while being almost done with my as...sociates. When I tried to transfer they made getting my transcripts to a new school so difficult, I had to pay $100 I owed for a book meanwhile I had the worst schooling experience. Now that I am interviewing for the biggest opportunity of my entire life and need my transcripts by Wednesday (this weekend being a holiday weekend!) they refuse to return any of my calls or emails to confirm they have received my payment (that came off my debit card) as well as my transcript request forms. It's been three days and their voicemail says they return calls within 24-72 hours, that's a lie. Even when I pleaded and explained on the many messages I've left. They will probably end up ruining what will be the biggest opportunity I could have right now. My advice, do your research and find a different school that cares about their students both during and after enrollment. I currently go to Grand Canyon University and it is light years better. See More
Ash Padilla
· April 7, 2016
From the very beginning, each person I have spoken with has been very helpful and encouraging. The staff has helped me out a lot with each step towards applying and starting classes. Even with technic...al issues, there is no hesitation with finding a resolution with staff. All of the steps and assignments are explained in details. All of the staff makes sure that all of the students are where they are supposed to be in regards to progress of their classes. See More
Julie Swan Maki-Hodne
· October 7, 2016
The time was right for me to pursue my long awaited Bachelor Degree in Business Management, specializing in Internet Marketing, and graduated summa cum laude in the Spring of 2016.

I found I was onl...y two quarters away from a second Bachelor Degree and currently pursuing one in Marketing, graduating in December of 2016, on track for my second summa cum laude honor.

The classes are challenging, the instructors are excellent, and the resources are incredible. My support system was unfailing, and encouraging. I believe in higher education and would love to continue toward a Master's, but that can wait for another day. Pursue your dream today!
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Ayana Archer
· January 22, 2018
Worst experience ever!! Lack of communication and professionalism.. wish I would've did my research ��
Santana Ferrell
· July 5, 2016
The online college is a freaking joke. Failed math 2 times despite trying to get help. Instructors tempo me to go to tutoring instead of offering help so i go and they tell me to give them examples. H...ow do i do that when the only work i have is a quiz? Now my advisor only signed me up for 6 credit hours knowing i need at least 7 to get housing allowance from the VA. So no i have to go to fold pantries to Feed my children until this term is over. Only staying for the term to get my gpa up from my math classes so i can transfer. See More
Claudia Stuckman Dean
· March 28, 2016
Got 7 classes to go ;) and I am planning on going again. This school is wonderful, including all my teachers, and my awesome advisor! Never had any problems! Whomever has issues with this College migh...t not need any College at all. I hope everyone who is willing to learn will give this College a try, and not solely look at educational failures of some.
I love my Rasmussen Online School!!
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Theresa Barden
· January 12, 2016
Rasmussen College is a great place to obtain your college education. So great, I received two from them. The support is great, all the way from admissions, to them helping you find an occupation after...wards. If I had to do it all over again, I wouldn't have wanted it to be any different, or anywhere else! I love my Rasmussen, Blaine Campus, and all of the faculty and staff as well! ✌ See More
Liz Michelle Dannels
· August 14, 2017
PLEASE DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME. I was never fully enrolled because I found a school that better fit my program and needs. I was told that my financial aid would not be affected in any way and that I ha...d not been reported as attending. This was on July 7th. I got a call from my school on July 14th saying there was an issue with my financial aid because I was being reported as attending and receiving financial aid from Rasmussen. I contacted Rasmussen that same day and I thought the issue had been finally been resolved then. 6 days later, I received ANOTHER call from my school saying they still had not updated the information and that I was still receiving financial aid from Rasmussen. I contacted them AGAIN and I have two separate emails from two separate people stating that it had fixed on July 20th. Imagine how shocked I was to get a call from my school today saying that I still had a $9,500 pending disbursement from Rasmussen. I called and the first person I spoke with laughed at me for being angry, told me I had no right to be angry, and told me to calm down. He also told me that no financial aid was ever documented for me and that it was never reported that I was receiving financial aid. I asked to speak to a supervisor. After an hour I got impatient and called the supervisor myself. He said that someone should have already contacted me to let me know the pending disbursements were cancelled today and would show cancelled status 48 hours from now, but I had not been contacted by phone nor email about it. If they were not cancelled until today, why was I told over the phone on July 14th that it had all been cancelled and resolved, and why did I have two emails from two different people saying they were cancelled July 20th? Furthermore if I was never reported as receiving financial aid, why did it state that I was receiving financial aid from Rasmussen on the NSLD AND on COD?? I have never dealt with such an unprofessional school or business in my entire life and this school is a joke. Thank god I never even finished my first week. See More
LeAndrea Morgan
· October 10, 2017
I am just starting out in Rasmussen college and so far I am liking it
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#PeopleofRas: Todd E. shares how earning his nursing degree from Rasmussen College helped him succeed in the field and eventually become an Adjunct Clinical Instructor for the Rasmussen College - School of Nursing. He explains how his experience as a nursing student has allowed him to help others grow in the field and give that same opportunity to other nursing students. #RasNursePride

Read more about Todd's story here: http://rasmussen.co/2sO9R3R

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"Don't leaf me hanging, say you'll be my valentine!" was the wining valentine over the weekend! 🍂♥️ Our final winners for #SharetheLove are Carla Sanders and Emily Griep, both Rasmussen College - School of Health Sciences students! Congrats - you've both won $25 gift cards! 👏

And a big thank you to everyone who participated and shared the love with us last week! 💌❣️

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Which valentine would you fall for? 🍂🍃🍁 Pick your favorite for a chance to win a $25 gift card! 💌 Vote now: https://sharethelove.pgtb.me/qgcW34. Our final winners will be announced on Monday! #SharetheLove

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"You're the apple of my eye!" took the gold in yesterday's valentine greeting match-up! 🍎😍 Our Day 4 winner of a $25 gift card is Sabrina Bryant! Thanks for sharing the love with us, Sabrina! ❣️

Don't worry, #SharetheLove isn't over yet—continue to vote for your favorite valentine now through Sunday for your chance at winning a gift card! Vote here: https://sharethelove.pgtb.me/qgcW34.

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#SharetheLove isn't over yet! ♥️🍎🐛 Vote for your favorite valentine greeting for a chance to win a $25 gift card! And remember, you'll get a bonus entry when you refer a friend! ❣️ Vote now: https://sharethelove.pgtb.me/qgcW34.

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Valentine's Day might be over, but we're still sharing the love! ♥️ Shout out to our Day 3 winner, Rasmussen College - School of Nursing student Jill Hunt! Congrats, Jill - you've won a $25 gift card! 😊

Vote for the greeting YOU would send to your valentine in today's match-up for a chance to win! Vote here: https://sharethelove.pgtb.me/qgcW34. #SharetheLove

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Which valentine greeting would you send to your friends? Vote for your favorite valentine line to be entered to win a $25 gift card! 💌💚 Vote now: https://sharethelove.pgtb.me/qgcW34! #SharetheLove #ValentinesDay

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Rasmussen College is celebrating Valentine's Day.

Happy Valentine's Day, everyone! 💕💘💝

The top pick in yesterday's valentine greeting match-up was "You're un-bee-lievable!" 🐝 Today we're sharing the love with KaTrina Easter, another Rasmussen College - School of Business student, for being our Day 2 winner! Congrats, KaTrina - you've won a $25 gift card!

For YOUR chance to win, vote for your favorite valentine greeting each day this week! ❣️ Vote here: https://sharethelove.pgtb.me/qgcW34. #SharetheLove #valentinesday

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We are fixated with falling in love – and for good reason. Here are 19 natural health benefits of being in love: http://rasmussen.co/2seATkr! ♥️😍 #HeartMonth #heart #love

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#PeopleofRAS: Mankato Clinic has hired many Rasmussen College School of Nursing and School of Health Sciences graduates from Minnesota. In the demanding and always growing healthcare field, Mankato Clinic can trust Rasmussen College grads will be qualified and prepared to meet the demands. What valuable skills do you bring to your career? #RasPride

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Which valentine greeting gets YOU buzzing: 🐝 "Bee mine, valentine!" or "You're un-bee-lievable!"? Pick your favorite for a chance to win a $25 gift card! 💛 Vote here: https://sharethelove.pgtb.me/qgcW34. #SharetheLove

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According to Brooks Doherty, Rasmussen College Assistant Vice President of Academic Innovation, it is imperative competency-based education programs are built with both students and faculty in mind. Read his piece for eCampus News here: http://rasmussen.co/2srUttB #CBE

Educators implementing CBE programs must consciously build models with both students and faculty in mind. Learn more.
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The votes are in, and yesterday's favorite valentine was "You light up my life!" 💡 Our Day 1 winner for #SharetheLove is Chenele Reeves, Rasmussen College - School of Business student! Congrats, Chenele - you've won a $25 gift card!

If you'd like a chance to win, vote for your favorite valentine greeting each day this week! 💌 Vote here: https://sharethelove.pgtb.me/qgcW34

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