Location
Orlando, FL
Undergrads
18,244
Tuition
$14,436
Admission Difficulty
Average
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Everest University
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Reviews 1174 total reviews with an average rating of 4.1

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5 College Sophomore

Facilities: Everyone works together to help you succeed.

5 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: I never felt alone, especially at my age. From my enrollment counselor to academic counselors, they maintain contact with me, offered encouragement and motivation. I can't see myself going anywhere else.

5 College Sophomore

Academic Flexibility: 100% online, I make the time to get in class.

5 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: the wireless systems seems to work well. Tech support is always available and the school gives you a laptop.

5 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: The curriculum is a great asset and foundation on what I'm trying to build. I have learned new things and was able to apply what I learned to my current occupation.

5 College Sophomore

Academic Experience: Staff members do all the work to get you register so you don't have to do it. The curriculum is awesome and is aligned to the programs of study.

5 College Sophomore

Online Courses: They take the pain out of everything with the assistance staff members provide. Being able to learn at home and at my pace helps me to exceed my own challenges.

5 College Sophomore

Tuition & Financial Aid: staff walks you through the entire process which can be tedious if done alone. They are always willing and ready to answer questions. A great plus!

College Sophomore

Career Services: I am not a post-grad

College Sophomore

Campus Resources: Cannot attend the actual center because I am an online student.

5 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: Its the best because I study from home and they send me a laptop!

5 Recent Alumnus

Campus Resources: Your campus is your computer/laptop its great!

5 Recent Alumnus

Campus Resources: Everest's network reliability is amazing, they're very Reliable. All classes are online so it works around your schedule. You can post discussions one ant any time of day, the courses are 24/7. They offer laptop computers for for new students and help desk for those who aren't familiar with them. I know for a fact if I had not been attending Everest for my A.S degree I would never have been bale to graduate. I have a neurological condition called Tourette syndrome and I have seizures when stressed out. They are so accommodating to their students that even the professors allow you to submit late home work assignments and even your discussion posts. Everest is an amazing University and any body would be able to go to school and still work and graduate with a nice G.P.A to show for it.

5 College Junior

Overall Experience: I will definitely be back to enroll for the online courses to achieve my Bachelor's in Accounting after graduation (of course, this will only work if I have a career that can help pay for the education I want to receive). I have already talked to them about it and they are more than willing to work with me because of the potential I have to succeed for myself and my family. My family and our education comes first no matter what. I would recommend anyone I knew that wanted to succeed to Everest without a doubt.

College Junior

Campus Resources: There are better resources with my online college than with the campus college I attended. It is wonderful knowing that I do not believe in failure and they help me to ensure my success. We make a great team when it comes to my education.

College Junior

Campus Resources: I take online classes and cannot honestly answer about the campus.

3 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: The financial aide available is like most institutions. It is expensive to go to college anyway, so a University is probably going to cost more. Prices are pretty much the only thing I have issues with (probably because my partner gets a check every month and I have not started a career so raising two kids on this little $700/month is barely enough for us).

College Junior

Facilities: The programs available and the people to help you achieve your goals with your program choice are awesome. The resources are so good and wide spread there is no reason for anyone to not pass unless they do not apply themselves enough, or life gets in the way of them being able to complete their work.

College Junior

Career Services: I know how my adviser and program lead are helping to prepare to start a career, but I am not entirely sure about the other resources. I do know there is a career center to help with certain things so I am checking into that now.

5 College Junior

Online Courses: I am learning so much more taking online courses than I did from taking it in the classroom. This may be because I have to rely on myself more than the instructor, though they are there when I need something usually. The workload is about the same, as well as everything else expected with the idea of going to college. I enjoy the classes I take as much as I enjoy the resources available, though I have not had to use them very much. Students interact during almost every assignment because of the discussion posts, though sometimes we actually email each other through the classroom.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: Since my classes are all online, I do not have to opportunity of easy internships (looking around town and making phone calls from home is what I have there). However, the coursework that is required and how much has to be submitted to be considered present in class is not that hard at all. I enjoy learning so the workload is not a big deal for me, even with me raising a family and having a deaf partner. Even though I do not have access to walk through a facility to find an adviser, I always have access to my program lead and adviser by phone or email. I am really learning a lot, I feel more than the classroom setting I had before (I guess I work better alone than in groups); this whole experience has been great and wonderful for me. As long as I can find a way to pay for me classes, I will return to get my Bachelor's when I graduate with my Associates.

5 College Junior

Academic Experience: It is not always easy to get a hold of professors because of how busy they are and the fact they have so many students, but I expect that anywhere (online or classrooms). The fact that they get back with you as soon as they can is awesome. The registration was fast and easy, I did not like getting the student loans to get started, but that will work itself out when I start my career. The extra resources available are so awesome! I have never had this many resources available to me when I took classes at my campus community college. The people I speak with are always there to help me no matter what. If those do not have the answer for me, they help me find it no matter what.

4 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: The only thing I have not been able to do is transfer my credits. It was supposed to be looked into and I never heard back from them. However, doing the work has been wonderful. I am learning so much better and easier than I did in the classroom setting. Some of the classes I have already taken either still have an "A" or have achieved a higher score than what I had in the past course. I know that the curriculum is different depending on the institution and when I first started classes, after high school, I was attending a community college; this may or may not be part of the reasons my credits were not transferred. I am worried about the student loans I had to get to start and I do not want my Pell Grant to run out before I can achieve my Associates in Accounting; for the most part, I absolutely love the resources available to me through Everest University Online. They have helped me in so many ways to help me achieve my dreams and goals. Even if they do not accept my past credits (which would be nice, but not necessary), it is totally worth the loans I have taken out and will pay back later.

College Junior

Student Body: Since all my classes are online, I cannot honestly say anything about the student body. The diversity that I can see from the discussion posts shows that most of the students I have in my courses are parents and most of them work as well. I can say it is not always easy to take classes and work while raising a family, but it can be done with time management. My classmates and I are proof of that.

5 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: I love how they were able to get me financial aid

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