At Rasmussen College, our relevant degrees are designed to help you start or advance in an in-demand career. With SUPPORT+, our network of student support services not typically found at traditional four-year universities and available to you at no additional cost, you can feel confident you have the support you need to succeed—both in the classroom and in your career.
Call 888-5-RASMUSSEN or complete the form on the right to contact a program manager today to learn more about enrolling in Rasmussen College!
Your Rasmussen College story starts when you meet with your program manager, who will help you with everything you need to begin. From the application process and orientation to starting your first week of classes, your program manager is there to answer any of your questions every step of the way.
You can communicate with your program manager through social media sites, online chatting, email, or on the phone.
A program manager can help you:
To speak with a program manager, call 888 549-6755 or request more information online.
The enrollment application process at Rasmussen College provides an overview of your chosen degree or program, information about student financial services, and details about SUPPORT+, our network of student support services available to you at no additional cost.
Throughout the admissions process, your program manager will help you complete each step as needed to make enrolling in Rasmussen College as seamless as possible.
Contact us today at 888-549-6755 and start earning your degree!
*Some programs have additional requirements, see current college catalog for details.
Choosing a college can be a life-changing decision. With all of your college choices, it is crucial to establish a solid understanding of the admissions process, your specific academic program of interest, and the available student support services before enrolling in a degree program.
When visiting with a college representative, don’t be afraid to ask multiple questions to ensure you choose the college that can best meet your needs. Below are the top 10 questions to never overlook when speaking with a college admissions representative to determine if a specific college is the right fit for you:
This is your opportunity to uncover the strengths and weaknesses of the prospective college—confirm graduation rates, career placement, faculty credentials, student support services, and campus life.
Knowing the application steps will allow you to assess whether or not you would qualify to obtain a degree and also develop a timeline for submitting required materials.
The significance of earning a degree from an accredited college can have an impact on your future job opportunities. Certain employers and graduate programs only hire and accept applicants from accredited programs or schools, so verification of college accreditation is critical.
Your financial obligations can have an impact on your college choice. Some colleges offer a base tuition where you pay extra for certain student services. Other colleges offer all-inclusive tuition, which could include technology or lab fees, student services, and even textbooks in the total tuition cost. Knowing your full tuition cost before you start your degree program allows you to realistically estimate the total cost of obtaining your degree.
Obtain a list of all student support service resources, how you access them, and how you can benefit from using them. Access to resources such as tutoring (online or on campus), technology support, and library and research aid can support your academic success.
Your work and personal schedules may be hectic. You need a degree program schedule that will work realistically with your life. Knowing your degree program timeline can help you to estimate your time in class and graduation date. Confirm the average time it takes to earn a degree as a full-time and part-time student.
A student’s learning experience can vary greatly depending on the size of the class. If you enjoy a participatory and one-on-one learning environment, a smaller class size may be the best fit for you. If your optimal learning style is self-driven, you may prefer a college with larger class sizes.
There is no right or wrong answer to this question; however, if you lead a busy lifestyle or work full time, you may want to choose a flexible online degree program. If you enjoy being a part of a physical campus community, and commuting is not an issue, a classroom-based degree program may be the best option for you.
The answer to this question can help you uncover two major elements:
If the placement rate is low, ask why it is low. If the placement rate is high, ask why it is high. If the college supports its students with career advisors and relevant job-seeking strategies and tactics, you may have an easier time finding a job upon graduation.
Your academic background may affect how you are able to complete your degree; especially students who have obtained a certain number of degree credits. If you are a degree completer student and want to earn a Bachelor’s degree, confirm the college facilitates an academic plan and transfer policy based on your previously-earned credits and your current academic goals.