Education at Whitworth University-Adult Degree Programs: Overview
Number of students24
At the Whitworth University-Adult Degree Programs through Education program you can complete degrees of the following award levels: Bachelor's degree, Postbaccalaureate certificate. The classes of this program will be conducted at 300 W Hawthorne Rd.
The average total number of students of all degrees enrolled in this specialty is 24 or more and 25% of students are men.
Employment services is provided for students.
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Student Reviews and Ratings for Whitworth University-Adult Degree Programs
They do not answer questions you have and if they do, the lady at the main front desk basically treats you like a little kid. They do not answer any phone calls and do not reply to voicemails.Source of the review: Google Places, Google Maps™
Surprisingly this is a great college in a mediocre town. I don't regret a credit taken.Source of the review: Google Places, Google Maps™
Enrollment is hell no one is ever here. it's a ghost town if your looking for en employe. I suspect the other reviews that simply say "nice"with a 5 star rating is simply a review to pad there ratings and a few others like "nice campus" with a five star rating. I'm giving it 1 star only because you can't give it 0 or even a more accurate-3 rating it deserves. I can not understate how bad this school truly is.Source of the review: Google Places, Google Maps™
Eastern Oregon hidden gem. Great campus and and a great atmoshere!Source of the review: Google Places, Google Maps™
No one really helps you here. I've been asking several questions since February 2015, and I've been trying to get signed up for classes for Summer term for 2015... I can't attend Summer term 2015 because my FASFA's incomplete. For almost a month I've gone to the advisers room and asked to speak with them but they were busy for almost a month to two months in a row they were not in their room, the sign that says go see this person if i'm not here... i go to see that person there not even in their office either... there are not many options open for students trying to complete enrollment for deadlines. My adviser had a presidential meeting on campus they had to attend that was more important then getting a student signed up for college that's been trying for almost two months to talk to the right people about what to do, when I did finally get time to schedule something I was told I had to do these processes to get signed up that weren't even important before getting to speak to someone to make sure my deadlines were met. After almost two months of trying to reach out, no one really helped me. I cannot attend this school now as a result of everyone being BUSY. I'm probably the only black person at this school as well. It's really difficult to be a college graduate where no ones helping the minority... here. The trio place was busy, like literally I came on spring break where it was dead. This campus has people always busy, but never has time to help students with whats most important getting them educated. It's so messed up, like if it was me I'd have fired Trio, Advisers, and Fin aid for lack of being committed to students and getting them set up and cleared for school. They are like just wait for next semester well I mean I don't have that option. College is literally impossible to complete I can't even get enrolled during times of not being homelessness to be able to do anything with my life. Thanks for nothing Blue Mountain CC.Source of the review: Google Places, Google Maps™
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