Adler University Reviews
The diversity of both the students and faculty is incredibly refreshing, as is the passion for the helping profession. Adler’s commitment to social justice is unmatched and students are required to complete a social justice practicum in addition to their internship. The professors are experts in their respective fields of psychology and/or clinical mental health counseling, and many of them maintain their own practice in addition to teaching at Adler.
Adler is great! currently enrolled in their online Public Administration program! Adler University is well known for clinical training in psychology. The staff have great merit and offer great knowledge and expertise. The school itself is a social justice school, so culture and diversity are invited, discussed and acknowledged throughout the program. This program prepared me for my professional career and helped me learn crucial counseling skills to help clients become successful in their own lives.
Adler University in Chicago is located in the heart of downtown Chicago. Lots to do and eat around the university. Bonus: every classroom has floor to ceiling windows for lots of natural light which really helps with focus and creativity. Free yoga classes available to students as well.
I love attending this unversity!
great I get the classes I need
It provides me with the education to get my degree
we don't have greek life
Good blend of cohort for a positive learning expereince
CHicago is the best city for food, so many options at all price levels
Things can be super unorganized.
Chicago has so much to offer! Students often go out on the weekends or to happy hour during the week and it's a great bondy experience.
I wish there were more scholarships and more information on scholarships.
The social environment is wonderful! The building is clean and modern.
there isn't much crime on campus, everyone seems to be very respectful of each other and their space and privacy.
People are very social and friendly. People here love to talk and hear about the lives of other people.
The student body is pretty diverse for the most part.