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From all of us here at University of the Rockies, happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day! #MLK
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A delish burrito bowl - how to make habits stick - and more to kick off the New Year in Rockies SH101: http://readsh101.com/rockies.html
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Students, welcome to 2017. We are here to help you have a fantastic academic year!
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Just a reminder, University of the Rockies will be ringing in 2017 and our administrative offices will be closed on Monday, January 2, 2017. The offices will reopen on Tuesday, January 3, 2017.
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Another way to live longer: Stop letting the moments slip away #MindYourMind http://readsh101.com/1216/00/rockies.html
Find out about the latest in health and wellness.
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From our University of the Rockies family to yours, we wish everyone a special holiday.
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Your educational success is important! You have help to make that happen. Check out the Online FAQs page, and let us know if you have any further questions. http://bit.ly/2jFCdn4
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From our partners, American Red Cross, Mile High Chapter:
With a strong storm system poised to bring hazardous winter weather to Colorado we thought you might like some winter driving safety tips so we posted some on our blog at http://coloradoredcross.blogspot.com/…/red-cross-issues-win…. Be safe out there and keep your eye on the forecasts and warnings.
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Wishing you all a great New Year's Eve! How are you ringing in 2017 tonight?
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Did you reach new heights in 2016? Share your biggest takeaways with us.
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Congratulations again to all our 2016 graduates! What advice would you give to the University of the Rockies Class of 2017?
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What are some of your favorite ways to relax with those you love?
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Meg Green
8 months ago
Run away. This school has been a huge disappointment. As a recent graduate, I have had issue after issue for the last 5 years. Constant disrespect from the administration, incompetence on most levels, poor communication, and now, more misunderstanding with financial aid issues. The school has reported me as "gone" for months while was in attendance, screwing up my repayment plans and causing me hours upon hours of time trying to fix it. Stay away. The changes taking place within the school over the last 3-4 years are a leap towards the dark side NOT towards anything positive.
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Response from the owner - 7 months ago
Hello Meg. We are sorry to hear that your experience at the University of the Rockies was not a positive one. We would like to look into the issues you listed so we can try to improve the student experience. If you would be willing to let us look into the issues you experienced particularly, please send us an email at social@rockies.edu so we can further address them. Please include your Student ID number so we can have the right person follow up with you. Thank you in advance and we wish you the best in all future endeavors.
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Shelly Mellott
3 years ago
I inquired about coming to school here for the fall session after I finished over at Ashford. Yeah I may not be a 4.0 student but I still am a student who worked her butt off to graduate. I set up a call with the Financial Aid Counselor on Friday to call me between 11 - 12 so that we could go over the program I wanted to enter, the classes involved, and the options of when to start, and financing. I had something else planned and changed my plans because I was waiting on that call from him. That man never called me. He had said he was going to send me emails to look over; I never received any of those either. If I am not a fit for your school then that's fine you just need to say so. Don't make dates, say stuff that you are going to do and put in calendar things so I change my plans so I can talk about things and then you don't do what you say. It's not fair to people who want to enter college. Today is Wednesday June 12, and I still have never heard or received one response from this school. So I am assuming I am not welcome here. Thanks for your input.
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Jamie Blakes
a year ago
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Lindyanne Harvey
2 years ago
After graduating with a Bachelor's a year ago, I had my heart set on the University of the Rockies. However, after my marriage, I am unable to move to Colorado for at least two years, so I inquired after the online Master's program. In a wonderful turn of events, I was admitted the same day (minus a few strings to tie). Over the course of two years in debating going back to school, I have always talked to very informative admissions counselors at Rockies with pleasant dispositions. The online degree is credible because there is a physical campus. I hope to complete an on-campus Doctorate in Colorado Springs once I finish my Masters degree. I cannot wait.
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Jordyn Rector
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Lana Halliday
2 years ago