Complaint / review text:
I attended Kaplan University very briefly. During the time that I could not send my father's taxes to Kaplan for verification. After explaining this to them to what seemed quite a few thousand times, they dropped me, even though my father had still not received his taxes back yet. So instead of going back to Kaplan after my father received his taxes, I decided to go back to the University of Phoenix. I successfully completed six classes at Kaplan University. At University of Phoenix, it is 3 credits/class. Out of 13.67 credit hours evaluated, I only received 3.33 credit hours! Kaplan University costs quite a bit more money. I still owe them $4,600 in tuition. I paid them $1,000 when I left there to cover classes plus sent them my $1,600 scholarship. That was even after they canceled my loans and I only had to pay an extra $1,000 out of pocket, instead of the initial $7,000. So adding what I still owe them ($4,600) and what I have given them ($1,000 - out of pocket $1,600 - scholarship), it ends up being $7,200 I will be paying for 3.33 credits. That counts as one class for University of Phoenix.
So the moral of the story is: If you are willing to pay the expensive prices for Kaplan, you better continue to go there until you finish the schooling. The classes WILL NOT TRANSFER.