If you are researching online degree programs how often would you like to hear back from an admission counselor?
Do you think they should be trying to reach several times daily, weekly or maybe just 1 follow-up contact after you've talked and/or receiving information to review?
Each university has their own policy on contacting potential students. Depending on the program and the admission counselor will determine how often you hear from them. If you are unsatisfied with their follow up, give them a call back, so you can find out the information you need to make your decision.
If you are looking for someone to help you make the best decision for your education. You may want to consider finding an education consultant. Read about how they can help you here.
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