So sorry about your experience with WGU's advisors, have you tried contacting them to change your advisor? are you still applying at WGU or you're with another school now? students can refer you so you don't have to pay the application fee in case you would like to give it another shot. My personal experience with WGU is more acceptable compared to the other 2 universities here in San Diego, the first one was unacceptably disorganized they ended up being reviewed by BRN, the other one LOST my transcript!!! ---> I was so upset i emailed them with my frustration LOL transcripts are hard to get especially if it would be coming from a foreign school. Advisors can be misleading and uncooperative, but we also have the option to contact the manager/director of their department and ask for help. I did this at Mountain State University, i emailed the director asking her for help so i can start with my prereqs and the delay in communication is making it hard for me to start. After an hour I received calls and emails from 3 advisors and from there, i was able to get through all my required prereqs for WGU. Sometimes they just need a little push, but when I was done, i sent their office a bouquet of edible arrangements saying thanks for all their help.