American National University - Roanoke Valley
- 4 Year
- SALEM, VA
American National University - Roanoke Valley Reviews
Rating 4.03 out of 5 70 reviews
I love national American university & the academic programs are very understanding and the teachers are very helpful and give good communication
Had a great online learning experience but if you aren't willing to put the time in without a constant pat on the back then it may not be the right choice for you as far as online, you may want to go to a campus location. For me it was perfect, flexible scheduling and great professors. Great University, highly recommend.
The administration staff is very positive and outgoing. The instructors are very nice.over all has been a great experience.
I enjoy American National University overall. The professors and staff are great and encouraging to push you to be a better you. I would have liked to be near a campus for when or if I needed a hybrid type setting for class. Overall the online campus setup is great.
Some classes where fun but the overall experience is not worth it.Once I was approved and they got my student loan, they instantly stopped contacting me. I do NOT recommend anyone to go here. First of all, once they get all of their tuition out of your loans, the remaining amount they keep. Makes no sense , and that is legally stealing because those funds aren't returned to the government or you. But you still have to pay it back with interest. This school is highly unethical and shouldn't even be open. I wish I would have did more research but I am $11,000 worth of debt because of it. Please don't go to this college.
They are hands on and are available 24/7 if you need assistance. They offer online classes for people who need them.
this school has given me a second chance again helping me and determining me to get into a program and offering me a job at the school
I initially liked the sit-down environment classrooms with teachers and students. Now all classes are online or Video-conference. At ANU the classes are 10 weeks and you pretty much teach yourself the information with little to no help from the professors.
I am three years into a two year degree and over $30,000 in debt in student loans and they refuse to give me a teacher for my very last class I need to graduate after I've already tried their online class twice and failed it. So it's obvious I don't "want" the teacher but I actually, literally "NEED" that teacher to graduate and be done, so that I can continue on with my life and not have to worry everyday how I'm going to pay off $30,000 without any degree because I didn't have that kind of money before I signed up and I sure don't have it now, despite what these corporate people think. And also while I attended I was harassed by a computer teacher there because I was the only male student in the class, so bad to the point that I had to leave the classroom and my grade suffered in that class because of it. I got news for you ANU, my rights don't deminish just because I'm on your campus, I came there to learn, not be bullied by someone who has authority over me and my grade.
I thought about giving up, but this school wouldn't have that. They worked with me and I'm doing amazing. I only thing I wish would change would be more in seat classes instead of online.
easy when you co-ordinate with the right channel, meet the student services and they all willing to help when you need them
it is like you are sitting in the class with your lecturer, all support is provided
the school offers great programs and it got the right professors who enjoys nothing but mentoring its students
The school focus on mentoring students and even offer student grants to international students, we have free transportation to and from school which is the best thing for us international students
It feels like you are at your local school in your origin country, professors are very friendly and helpful. Small sized classes which gives an opportunity to ask professor to offer extra attention to where you don't understand. I would recommend this college to anyone willing to study in America.
With our terms being only 10 weeks long, I have to devote a lot of time to school. I have at least 4-6 hours of homework per class per week.
My school offers free tutoring. It also pays the tutors. I have never needed the tutoring but I have tutored a student.