Grand Canyon University / unethical behavior

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I looked into this program and tried to sign up to start the school. They called me at least five times a day. I continued on and then accepted the 500 scholarship. I could not answer my phone at work so I would get emails with statement like, "respond to this email so that I know that you got it" Then a manager sent me a very rude email saying are you going to attend if not, we can give the 500 to another student. I told them that I did not like that harassment and did not appreciate it. They could give the money to someone else. The class began and you could not log into the portal. I finally got in and that warranted more emails and calls from now the enrollment counselor and Joe. It was to late for me to just say forget it so I stayed in the course and just logged in. The enrollment counselor told me that it would be one class at a time and that was a lie. I asked to withdraw and Joe asked, "why did you enroll in the first place." That is totally unacceptable to me. If they had not harassed me and not put me in a class about Arizona Law I would have been interested in the course. I did not get the initial course that I was promised and to be insulted by the staff is completely inappropriate.

Aug 17, 2016
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  • Dc
      Oct 27, 2016

    I have experienced substantial problems as well... there is currently a New York Time reporter doing a story on GCU's unethical behavior towards its students. I would love to get a class action lawsuit against them for damages (both financially and emotionally) incurred as a result of the so called education they provide. If you are interested email me at [protected]

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