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Independence University Reviews of Associate in Graphic Design

8 Reviews

Locations:   Salt Lake City (UT) 

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17% of students said this degree improved their career prospects
63% of students said they would recommend this program to others
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Student Reviews - Associate in Graphic Design

Student Reviews - Associate in Graphic Design

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Reviewed: 10/16/2021

Degree: Graphic Design

I attended in 2019 the experience was cool to start with. Certain teachers I had just would not help with any assignments and the second I did not login or do homework they blew my phone up. I have an entire loan from them and I can’t afford it. I feel that if you cannot find a career in the field you studied for you shouldn’t have to pay

Hakeem The Dream

Reviewed: 6/5/2021

Degree: Graphic Design

So a bit of backstory, I more or less joined this university right after high school and I come from a household that makes under $20,000 a year. I saw this school as a stepping stone to my bachelor's degree as I'd only get my AAS in graphic design here to make the other cheaper. I'm one of only two members of my family that I know of that have gone to college at least once. And finally, one of my siblings at the time was in the military and required my help as I was the only one available to help... Read More

Independence University

Reviewed: 5/7/2019

Degree: Graphic Design

I sign up for this stupid school may of last summer & i will say communication with this school s****! They dont do their jobs right when it comes to receiving important documents via email or phone calls. I was hospitalized for the course of school, i still did my work & turned in all my appeal paper work just to hear I didnt get back in school because of technical errors on their part! The dean is a pure a****** and they just want your money! DO NOT GO THEIR! You will REGRET IT


Reviewed: 4/18/2019

Degree: Graphic Design

I just enrolled to this university last month. Now, I want to make sure I say up front. They do have you sign a document that says you must have a 70% or higher after week 3 or you will be dropped. So I did and do acknowledge that. However, I was sent an email about the beginning of week 3 saying your grade is this and if it is above 70% congratulations keep up the great work! My grade was above 70%. Week 4 starts and I completed the assignment for that day. When I tried to logon that Wednesday to... Read More


Reviewed: 2/12/2019

Degree: Graphic Design

The fact that you have to study online is almost irrelevant. There are live lectures and you can actually get help and support from your teachers. They even send you a brand new laptop and tablet when you start and you get to keep it when you gradate! The bad things is that you receive like 0 financial aid. Career services are TERRIBLE. They NEVER helped me get a job so I pretty much wasted my time getting my degree. Also, I went to the graduation in salt Lake City, Utah and they were unprepared,... Read More

Erin Pender

Reviewed: 6/6/2018

Degree: Graphic Design

I will start by saying that the ONLY reason I am giving this review 2 stars for quality of instruction is because the classes and teachers were great! However, the admin and advisors were absolutely awful! I wish that I could give them 0 stars for the other 3 areas on this review. When I first spoke with the recruiter, I explained to her, in detail, what my goals were. She told me that their Graphic Design program was a perfect fit! I signed up, using GI Bill benefits, and started classes in October... Read More

Melissa Hensley

Reviewed: 2/7/2018

Degree: Graphic Design

I attended this college online. Got a nice laptop. Teachers are wonderful and I leaned a lot. However, you DO NOT receive any financial aid back. I attended the graduation in Salt Lake City, Utah and it was awful. Very lame. They didn't even offer us anything to eat and it was very unorganized. Plus, they have not helped me find a job.

Danni Brown

Reviewed: 2/24/2016

Degree: Graphic Design

Independence University is better than any college I have seen for offering student support. If you want to go to a college that sends you on your merry way without giving you any guidance, choose another university. But if you are like me and you need help and like guidance throughout your whole degree, go here. I can tell they care and they want me to be successful. Plus I got a promotion once I started school here.


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