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Purdue Global Reviews of Associate in Legal Studies

8 Reviews

Locations:   Indianapolis (IN) 

Annual Tuition: $14,436

50% 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 Legal Studies

Student Reviews - Associate in Legal Studies

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WiWilliam Ojeme

Reviewed: 10/7/2022

Degree: Legal Studies

My experience at Purdue Global university was in astronomy. The studies allow anyone to walk up to the challenge and succeed if they are determined. My success stories start from knowing nothing to knowing everything, which makes Purdue global unique in opinion and views. Outstanding student support, great tutorial assistance, and excellent technical support. The financial aid is a little bit nervous. Kudos to all environments.

Chrystal E.

Reviewed: 7/2/2022

Degree: Legal Studies

I had a great experience at Purdue Global. Learning environment was ok and I like that there was ample time for assignments and all the professors (except 1) were very helpful. They care about your well-being and make sure that you are learning, even at your own pace. They keep you thinking with the discussion boards and the seminars. I feel like I have learned a lot and I hope to use this knowledge that I gained in the near future. Some even offered help after graduation if we ever had questions... Read More


Reviewed: 8/24/2021

Degree: Legal Studies

I have loved my two years at Purdue University Global working towards my Associates of Science in Legal Studies. I will be continuing with my education by going for my Bachelors starting October 2021. I do love the Discussion Boards and Professor feedback. The one main issue I would have is the steady increase of "social justice" discussions (from some Professors) and lack of statistical and analytical data to support such discussions or opinions. I do not consider myself an expert or incredibly... Read More

Breona Mayer

Reviewed: 2/28/2019

Degree: Legal Studies

I am almost finished with my associates degree in legal studies/legal support. This college has a great faculty, many resources for success, tools available to help with all situations (tutoring, paper checking, APA formatting). Overall I have immensely enjoyed my time here and the experiences i have had with the staff and faculty. I love the opportunities i will be able to explore with my degree. The program plans are very inclusive and have gotten more in depth and more challenging in all the right... Read More


Reviewed: 1/29/2019

Degree: Legal Studies

Dont do this to yourself! This is the absolute worst school ever. They withheld over 7,000 worth of financial aid from me. They made me keep retaking the same classes. They tried to hold my degree because they registered me for a class I already passed. Please listen to me and dont enroll here. This has been the worst experience of my life. Please save yourself the stress and trouble

Keja Palmer

Reviewed: 10/31/2018

Degree: Legal Studies

This school is just horrible. They are not organize at all. I enroll here two times and did not go thru the enrollment. They had my financial Aid package and expected me to go to school not knowing what I was giving. Never Have I ever been to a school where I did not l know what I was getting. I also had to do the orientation 3 times because of my advisor not knowing what she was talking about. I ask to speak to the manager and he was very rude. He told me that If I couldn't do it 3 times how was... Read More

Tristina Cole

Reviewed: 10/1/2018

Degree: Legal Studies

A true review of a school would emphasize on the curriculum and the process in which it teaches, not the financial aspects of it. How is the school to blame for example, for a person needing to be hospitalized and feeling that she is deserving of something that the school does not agree with? Or perhaps a financial aid situation or money due? This is ridiculous! This is a for-profit program so perhaps it would have been better to seek a degree from a state funded school if your issues are financial-based.... Read More


Reviewed: 6/4/2018

Degree: Legal Studies

This is a horrible money hungry school. Every time financial aid request a document and I submit it they reject it. They accepted over ten thousand dollars worth of financial aid on my behalf and never sent me my refund checks. I had to call FASFA on them and report them to get my money. DO NOT GO TO THIS SCHOOL. They will put you in debt and they will not help you.


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