Las Vegas, NV
Admission Difficulty
Very Easy
Branch Campus Of
Carrington College
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Reviews 27 total reviews with an average rating of 3.6

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3 College Sophomore

Student Body: As long as everyone can get along with one another i think that we wouldn't have any more problems.

No more calling each other names because of races, genders, gay,bisexual, lesbian, religion, beliefs, where we come from, etc. Everyone should be understanding and be so judge mental to one another then we would live in a great place and have fun at school.

3 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: Pros and cons of living off campus. You can do what you want do to after school. you can go without having a curfew. Not having the lights of at a certain time. Drive to places, go home, have some privacy to yourself. Parking isn't all that bad and don't have to worry about the parking lot being full. ITs a little expensive buying things you need for yourself and your house compared to living in campus. ITs not as safe, anything can happen. you have the option to have a room mate or not. Its convenient is a way.

1 College Sophomore

Student Body: I honestly don't drink nor smoke, I believe that you can have a good time without being under the influence. Drugs are everywhere and probably people you are friends with or know people who are doing it Surround yourself with people you can trust who will not get involved in any of those, its a bad habit, its not a good thing to do. Teachers, campus police, should be more strict on searching everyone now a days to make sure that don't have any possession of drugs on them. As well with alcohol.

3 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: Living in Vegas also known as "Sin city" there are alot of things to do here that is if you are over 21. The scenery is great, you see flashy lights almost everywhere you go. The strip is where everything and the place to be on the weekends to have a good time with friends and family. Places to see such as casinos, dine-ins, movie theaters, malls, etc. Not to many cultural events that go on only from time to time. There are many concerts and night clubs to go to. The safety portion isn't all that great depending on which side of the town you live in. We don't really have a sports team thats national just college UNLV REBELS.

3 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: The computers at my school are fair. A student has to wait his/her turn when a computer is available. Although it gets pretty packed and its usually first come first serve. The printing is okay you can print out only a certain amount of papers at a time making it fair to the other students. Most of the students just play online games and just watch youtube videos which that can do at one on their own free time. The connection of the network speed is decent with all the computers on at the same time.

4 College Sophomore

Campus Resources: The best thing living on campus is that an individual is able to save money, meet and socialize with new people. They don't have to worry about driving to places in which they can save gas. Everything they need is in campus such as: book store, gym library. They are not far away from their classrooms, everything is walking distance. The worst part is that not having a car, getting tired of eating the same food over and over again. Not being able to see whats it like outside of the campus and see other people and or try new things.

College Senior

Online Courses: There isn't any online classes that are in my particular course

5 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: While the classes are a little more expensive than that of a traditional college it crams 2 years into 10.5 months. But they will walk you through filling out everything needed. Step by step for loans grants. They were excellent.

3 College Senior

Academic Experience: It is an excelled program so the workload is heavy. It does separate and distinguish those that are really there to learn.

3 College Senior

Academic Experience: They do have free tutoring for those who need help.

Registration was awesome, they made it simple and helped every step of the way

2 College Senior

Student Body: We have only 2 students for student body and I have never met nor seen them in 3 months of school

3 College Senior

Campus Resources: There really isn't much resources. Library, student center. There is definitely room for improvement

3 College Senior

Campus Resources: There is WIFI which is nice. But the internet is so slow that it is easier to do computer work at home.

4 College Senior

Career Services: They set you up for an externship. The also help you look for a job once competing your degree. They have helped alumni as far back as 17 years after graduation, to find work. The staff is very helpful.

4 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: For the most part it is a wonderful school. Hands on. The teachers go out of their way to help you to succeed. The administration has helped so much with funding and scheduling that I was very impressed at the ease of enrollment. They do have a few standards that I think are impractical and separates them from regular college. All tattoos must be fully covered. So if you have a bunch you are better off going to a traditional school. No colored fingernail polish. No false nails(understandable) No died or fake hair. No piercings. Granted, some go to far. But they would never get away with these rules at a traditional college.

Still they are excellent in education.

5 College Junior

Overall Experience: im so happy to be starting march 10

3 College Junior

Career Services: i have not been there yet

4 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: i was walked through all of it

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3 College Junior

Student Body: from what i have seen they seem to be ok

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5 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: i was in and out in about 2 hours. got a call back withthin that week .

5 College Sophomore

Career Services: I feel that the best services to find a job is based on the motivation of the student. Motivation, persistence, and punctuality will be the best asset to find your career.

4 College Sophomore

Academic Flexibility: I have not yet started my school, but i am a very precocious person, so i did extensive research and found that many people enjoyed there experience in that particular school.

4 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: I am in an accelerated program so dates are extremely important and are not flexible also due to my late entry into the program left me scrambling. My bad not theirs.

4 College Junior

Campus Resources: I like the school because it is cut and dry. You pay us we give you degree and try to find you a job. The financial aid process was horrible for me which is to no fault of theirs. Everyone is very nice and accomidating.

5 College Senior

Academic Experience: this is a fast pace school. not everyone can do this but if you can worth every penny.


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