Turns out over two years later while trying to get my transcripts I now owe Kaplan a total of 7, which I have to pay before they will release my transcripts.
I don't have a problem paying the money but what no one at Kaplan will answer is why was I not contacted about this balance before.
At first I just assumed that this was a new school that was just starting out but I was in shock when I was told it wasn't.
I didn't attend Kaplan for longer than a semester due to the fact I absolutely couldn't absorb any of the information that was being taught.
The professors are fantastic and the admissions team are great. If you educate yourself before you sign up, you will have no problem at all.
Also, If you are not willing to work hard and apply yourself then don't even sign up!
During the classes I realized how unorganized this school actually was.Which I personally believe that I am just not meant for online schooling.While I was not totally in love with how the material was presented what makes me really angry is Kaplan's Finance department.There are no huge files to download and all required texts for this current term and the next one I am registered for are available in ebook format (important to me, as I am currently abroad while completing this masters program; shipping is expensive and internet access limited).Every two weeks in my current class, we have a one-hour-long audio seminar, which is easy to access despite my slow and limited internet (important to note for others who might be in the field and interested in taking online classes).Additionally, financial aid is not dispersed at the start of the term as one might expect, but rather you will get your first refund toward the end of the 6-week term.