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Rasmussen University Online Reviews of Associate in Information Technology

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Annual Tuition: $11,610

40% of students said this degree improved their career prospects
57% of students said they would recommend this program to others
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Student Reviews - Associate in Information Technology

Student Reviews - Associate in Information Technology

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Computer Geek

Reviewed: 7/25/2022

Degree: Information Technology

This school is a big rip-off. I went there for computer science and instead became a paper writer. Everything I learned is forgotten because I didn't learn anything useful for my field of study. With everything being online it soon became boring and repetitive. Calling the school was greeted by an answering machine and a 2 hour minimum wait for a call back- if you were lucky to get a call back. Overall, save your money and go to a state operated school. I wish I could get my money back for lack of... Read More


Reviewed: 9/11/2019

Degree: Information Technology

If you're planning to attend and learn anything I'd strongly recommend looking into other options. Most of the instructors I had during my time with this school won't put in any effort above the very minimum needed to get through the course. Some will try their best to work with you and help you when you are having problems, most won't and will simply tell you to get the work in ASAP. Some instructors are knowledgable regarding the material they are teaching, but I've also had a number of instances... Read More

S. Young

Reviewed: 4/2/2019

Degree: Information Technology

Most of these reviews seem to be the fault of the student. EX: Not following up on pricing, not reaching out before the last minute, not understanding the school is for online, self-motivated students. I have completed one term (4 classes) with Rasmussen so far, I will probably post another review when I complete my degree. From the beginning I have been in contact with my adviser and despite many reviews saying they disappear after enrollment, I still speak to the same one today. After the first... Read More


Reviewed: 1/22/2019

Degree: Information Technology

Transferred out of this school as soon as I could to a more respectable college that actually teaches the classes. I had to retake classes that I had originally passed with ease at Rasmussen because I did not learn anything from the classes at this school. When speaking with my new adviser at the college that I transferred, I was asked the extent of my computer knowledge. At that point, he determined that I would need to retake the introduction to computer programming again due to the serious lack... Read More

Zach Petersen

Reviewed: 4/3/2018

Degree: Information Technology

My experience at Rasmussen was very sub-par in my opinion. Lack of communication, stressful, expensive both from loans and out of pocket. Overall I would not recommend it to anyone; the experience was very costly and emotionally taxing. Let's go over the advantages first because the negatives will be lengthy. It was convenient without a doubt. If I had a much smoother experience in communication, it would have been very manageable. Second, they have a few excellent instructors. I ran into two myself... Read More


Reviewed: 7/12/2017

Degree: Information Technology

When determining whether or not to go back to school I decided to do my research and explore all of my options. I inquired to many different schools, looked at reviews and tons of programs that I feel would be best for me. Now before I go on, I am full time employee with a family and child. The reason I chose online, instead of the conventional "in class", is because I simply don't have the time or energy to go to a classroom after working a 10hour shift. After narrowing my choices down to a few... Read More

Maryland Student

Reviewed: 11/29/2016

Degree: Information Technology

I decided to write a review as I have been reading the other reviews and noticed all the bad reviews coming from issues with financial aid or issues that are not with the school at all. I have been attending Rasmussen College online for about a year now and before that I attending Kaplan University Online. Comparing the two I will say that Rasmussen is WAY better than Kaplan. Rasmussen is about $1000 cheaper per term, Kaplan's classes were a joke (for Information Technology at least), and with Kaplan... Read More


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