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City Vision is a private, online university. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 40 undergraduate students. The City Vision acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Substance Abuse and Addiction Counseling, Non-Profit and Public Management, and Business. City Vision graduates 50% of its students.
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3101 Troost Ave. Suite 200
Kansas City, MO 64109

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$11,100/ year
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    $6,810/ year
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  • $110k+
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My name is Angela Gay, and I finally got my Bachelor's degree in business administration thanks to City Vision University! The professors all have PhD's yet they are very engaging, understandable, and relate quite easily. The president, Andrew Sears, is smart, accessible, and very kind. He supports his students wholeheartedly. To be honest, I was intimidated with taking online courses, however, I didn't have to worry,. I graduated with honors! I love City Vision University and plan on going back for my MBA. I highly recommend this school of higher learning!
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City Vision University represents a valuable resource to engage in an affordable, comprehensive and accredited educational plan. I have been a student in their program in the mission of The Salvation Army and found it to be a great support with the flexibility I needed in my role. I recommend CVU highly for employees, staff, volunteers, clients and especially SA officers. You can remain in your academic program in the midst of changing addresses, schedules and responsibilities. Perfect for people who want to upskill or complete unfinished degrees. Also great for personal and professional advancement.
Like all programs of study there were classes I liked and classes I didn't and things that I felt could have been done better; but overall I was pleased with my course of study. My studies here gave me a wealth of new knowledge about Christian Community Development that for anyone, even non faith based persons, was radical. I learned new ways of thinking and techniques for community development based on successful real world projects; and overall learned a new way of looking at my community and the work I do in the nonprofit sector. I would (and have) recommend the school to those looking to work in the ministry or nonprofit context.