Everest University Online Reviews
There are currently 6 reviews of Everest University Online
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Reviewed by: Brooklyn D
I love Everest! The titution is steep, but you have to understand they consider it private schooling. All the instructors are great and many even include their phone numbers so if you need help you can call them. It is hard not being in a school enviroment,and staying at your home. There are a lot of advanges and disadvanges you just have to decide what works for you.
Reviewed by: Mechelle T
I checked out local tuition for some university's near me and theres was $1000 per credit hour PLUS all the other fees like books, recreation fees and organization fees. It was rediculous. At least the cost of Everest Online tuition INCLUDES your books and all. I just signed up too.
Reviewed by: Chandra S
I'm not sure this information is correct. I just recently enrolled in Everest University Online and my total cost for tuition is right around 38,000 (this will cover my 2 years). Also the cost of attendance is $404 per credit hour and in order to graduate I need to have 96 credit hours to receive a degree. The cost of the convenience for attending an online school is very steep.
Reviewed by: Tristan H
Iâ€™m starting my third set of classes at Everest. The instructors are good and the grading scale is fair. The work is fairly easy. In some cases I feel like they could have put more work out for us to do. My biggest complaint is that most of the students in my classes seem to not even have a high school education. They can't spell, use correct punctuation, use correct capitalization, or even form complete sentences. I'm not the brightest crayon in the box, but when reading some my fellow student's answers in discussion/teamwork I feel like a genius. The other main concern is how costly it is. I was enrolled in a community college and financial aid paid for EVERYTHING, including books, for five classes. I didn't have to take out a loan or anything, it was all grants. So overall it's a good school but I don't want to graduate and earn $35,000/yr but owe $30,000 in loans! That kind of defeats the purpose. I will probably try to transfer my credits to a local community college and if they won't transfer I'll just chalk it up to life experience and start over. Good luck to everyone.
Reviewed by: Eric D
Everest has some good professors and is a challanging program. The 400 dollars a credit at 12 -1600 a class is steep. Everest also is pretty easy to set up payment plan but is 3 x more costly the going to class in person.
Reviewed by: Jason S
I graduated but can't get a job anywhere because Everest is Nationally accredited and not Regionally accredited which is what employers look for - guess I just wasted $30,000
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