Overall Niche Grade
- Party SceneC+
- Campus FoodC+
- Student LifeC+
Park University is ...
NAIA Division I
American Midwest Conference
Park University Rankings
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High School GPA
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Student Faculty Ratio
Evening Degree Programs
- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.86 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.86 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.86 responses
Most Popular Majors
- Business Administration and Management670Graduates
- Social Psychology350Graduates
- Human Resources Development244Graduates
- Criminal Justice and Law Enforcement Administration204Graduates
- Management Sciences and Information Systems156Graduates
- Health Care Management86Graduates
- Computer and Information Studies73Graduates
- Cyber/Computer Forensics and Counterterrorism66Graduates
- Logistics and Supply Chain Management64Graduates
Undergrads Over 25
Freshmen Live On-Campus
- of students say they don't have Greek life.76 responses
- of students say varsity sports are a big part of campus life.87 responses
After Park University
- Very Good361
On campus parking at the Parkville (main campus) location can be very limited, depending upon arrival time. During popular course times (8am & 5:45pm) in the morning and evening is when this campus is the worst to visit. However, other Park campuses such as Downtown or Independence sites - parking is convenient and always readily available. For the downtown area is more secure and require the use of a student badge, Independence parking is based on a first-come-first serve need. Nonetheless, on-line courses are always open for those who choose to avoid this process overall!
- College Junior
- Sep 12 2012
I love this school. Everyone is so friendly, the campus is beautiful, and the class sizes are small enough for professors to be able to help you 1 on 1. Close to downtown, always stuff to do! Not a very social/late night school, which is one downside. The dorms are beautiful! There are events on campus every once and awhile, great way to meet people. It's small so meeting people is not easy, but everyone is so friendly!
- 1 month ago
I was told initally that my entire degree program was available online. That was a lie, now that I am about a year from finishing, I am told I have to come to campus to finish the rest. I run two home based business. One during the day with my sister in law (so she can fill in for me on that one during the day). One at night, my husband and I usually do these jobs (computer repair, installs, networking, etc). Large jobs we work together, small ones, we divide and conquer. Now that they are FORCING me to go to the campus, we are losing income on the nights I have class, as those are nights, I could have been seeing clients. Online classes are PERFECT for my lifestyle as I can do them when I can fit them in. Also, we travel a great deal. Some for work, some personal. Now, we can't...due to these stupid campus classes...from 5pm to 11pm in the evening. Plus, I am an early riser (5am). My day clients start around 7am. I purchased tickets to travel overseas before they told me, I had to attend on campus. Now I am stuck with tickets I can't use. Talk about upset!
- College Junior
- Sep 7 2013