Report: #1266504

Complaint Review: Grand Canyon University - Phoenix Arizona

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  • Reported By: anonymous — California USA
  • Grand Canyon University 3300 W Camelback Rd Phoenix, Arizona USA

Grand Canyon University Grand Canyon Education Inc Enrollment Counselor Did Not Inform Me Of Class Drop Policy or Have Me Speak With Financial Aid Phoenix Arizona

*Consumer Suggestion: You should have done your research

*Consumer Comment: No

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My "enrollment counselor" did not tell me about the class drop policy before he enrolled me in classes. My "enrollment counselor" did not tell me that I would be unable to drop classes after Week 1. My "enrollment counselor" did not have me speak with a Financial Aid Advisor BEFORE he enrolled me in classes. Grand Canyon University should be shut down

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#2 Consumer Suggestion

You should have done your research

AUTHOR: anonymous - (USA)

POSTED: Tuesday, January 19, 2016

The student handbook for GCU is available online. It is easy to find via google. Yes, it is long, but if you're signing up for something that is going to take four years of your life and cost you thousands of dollars, you really need to do your research. If you had, you'd know the class drop policy already. 

Take this as a life lesson for this and for any other issues you encounter in life. Read the fine print. Always. If you don't, it's your own fault when it costs you too much money or you don't get what you imagined you were getting.

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AUTHOR: Stacey - (USA)

POSTED: Saturday, November 07, 2015

That is YOUR responsibility.  I have two degrees and never had an "enrollment counselor" - if there is such a thing.  IF you could do the college course work then that is your problem.  Don't lay blame on someone else.

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