Location
Fort Lauderdale, FL
Undergrads
433
Tuition
$15,020
Admission Difficulty
Very Easy
Branch Campus Of
City College
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Reviews 72 total reviews with an average rating of 3.7

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1 College Senior

Student Body: Our Student body is just egh!! There are more rude students than anything else at our school. For all of us (students) to be on the ground floor of oru degrees it's really said that it is like it.

3 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: Transferring credits was easy to me. The EMS people care about you, i feel like there family.

4 College Senior

Overall Experience: The only thing that stood out to me, was the orientation. You had to meet a person and get to know them. By them forcing us to do that, At least for me. I now have my person, that I have my breaks with.

5 College Senior

Career Services: Career services, Has your back. There give you opportunities while your in school to make money and take the sting out of a lot of things.

5 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: Financial Aid Jenna and her boss, are the bomb.com There care about you and make sure you understand everything that is going on.

3 College Senior

Academic Experience: This isn't my first time going to college but it definitely is my first time at a school like this. You don't have a person that is just for you, there are a whole bunch of people. Which is okay from some people. When there are to many people doing to many things regarding someone's education, you are often left behind and out of the loop.

3 College Senior

Academic Experience: We do not have very diverse class offerings. We do however, get to come to school, handle are business to get on with our lives.

3 College Senior

Facilities: CIty College is work in progress, there are a lot of rude staff members and students. When your paying 1375 a class and there isn't even a sink rise out a glass in or better food choices it start to drag you down.

1 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: The main reason I chose this school was because of how flexible they told you at first they were going to be around my work schedule. End up not being true, I had face too many hassles and frustations trying to make it to school and clinicals. Now, I am facing the challenge of making it through pay check, by pay check but I have already invested so much money in this program that I just have to finish and take my NCLEX.

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1 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: The education I am getting is not worth the money I am paying. I got a little bit of financial aid, which really doesnt help much due to the high tuition cost. I have to work full time to pay the school cost and yet the school is not flexible with their scheduled so I been working less hours, eating less and behind with the rest of my bills. I know my degree will make a difference and to finish school is very important to me. The only thing I wish is for the school to give more financial aid programs available for single mothers, full time employees like me :-(

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3 College Senior

Academic Experience: The nursing classes are what I expected, the workload is not too bad but the opportunities for internship available to the school are not there. So students are getting the clinical experience in the lab instead of a hospital site with real patients.

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3 College Senior

Academic Experience: I wish their curriculum were more flexible for the fulltime parents and working students. We, the students pay so much money to go to this school and yet to attend to the nursing program, the instructors advised you to choose between work and school. However, if you missed a payment you are out of the program. I wish the school can offer more students grants or scholarships opportunities to the students, like me that we are not qualified for grants because we have a bachelor degree. I am really struggling with payments of almost a thousand every two weeks to keep attending school but I am so closed to graduation that I have just to finish and find the way to do it.

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2 College Senior

Campus Resources: only resource available is the library but is some what a comfortable campus, it will be nicer if they have a cafeteria for the students.

5 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: I became very interested in this school after learning that one, they were an accredited school and they offered the program in which I wanted to go to school for which was private investigation. The enrollment process was very easy and the staff at city college were very helpful in helping me reach my academic goals. I would definitely consider going back here for my bachelors degree. Also the class times and scheduling are flexible and realistic.

3 College Senior

Academic Experience: I have had teachers who r very eager to help. i see where they are trying to make improvements in their program.

1 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: TERRIBLE SCHOOL! Started their RN program and WOW what a complete and epic failure on their end. They lacked professors for certain classes, unable to find replacements they got any professor to teach it. I went without a teacher in a class for 1 month and got an A in it when we didn't even do anything...That might be appealing to slackers, but this is a NURSING program, we need to be well educated, prepared students! Also I filled out all the paper work for financial aid and they never submitted it or applied for it while I was there. So a few months later when trying to transfer to a real college they sent me a bill for $5,000.00! For what? there was no teachers and I didn't learn a thing nor can I afford that hence why I applied for financial aid in the 1st place. Waste of time, money and now I have this bill that is outstanding and NO one from the school will return my calls to resolve it. You would think they would want their money and work out options with me...its unbelievable!! I have to do through the department of education to resolve this matter, which doesn't surprise me. But I sincerely hope that when they launch their investigation on this crappy school that they get shut down. There should be more regulation with private institutions because they are ripping students off (while we line their pockets, non-profit my butt) and this is the perfect example on how they get away with it, they ignore you and you give up. Well I'm not giving up without a fight. Please learn from my mistake and find a better school PBSC has a great program go somewhere that is regulated. Rip off report all the way.

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1 Recent Alumnus

Tuition & Financial Aid: Tuition to High – Our tuition is being increased again for the spring semester. the educaztion is great and the financial aid office is very helpful I just don t undersatnd why cost have to go up so drastically

3 Recent Alumnus

Career Services: some of the post grad career assessment help is not always available or want to help much to find a job

4 College Junior

Campus Resources: I wish they had a larger computer lab, and more computers in the library. But everything else in the school is great when it comes to using their electronic.

5 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: I chose to start at City College because of there flexibility and how they willing to accommodate student needs. Also, making our class experience fun, interesting, and eager to learn more.

5 College Junior

Academic Experience: I am majoring in RN program and the staff / faculty always want to help, they have so many support group or system, making sure we understand and pass our classes. They also have helpful tools to prep us for the NCLEX-RN state exam that starts from day 1 until time of graduation.

1 College Senior

Campus Resources: This school really is a joke. Please don't waste your time or money.

2 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: Not Totally Informed – when I first applied I informed them I did not have any extra money, so if I had to come out of pocket at any time, I may not be able to consider them. I was informed then that they way my loan was set up, I would not have to come out of pocket. Now that I have just reapplied my FASA and got what I am eligible for (along with cost per credits which just went up) I am being told I now have to start paying monthly or in one lump sum. This I find quite misleading. Maybe it was the credit hour increase that did this to me, but I feel that if you are told one thing in the beginning and sign off on that, it should stay that amount.

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3 College Junior

Campus Resources: Library and Student Center – I have gotten the help when I needed when in the library. The librarian is very helpful. The student center/activities are accessable and we have an ambassador program in which I can reach out to for help/assistance with classes or tutoring. I personally have not needed to use them as of yet but still quite early in program, getting ready to start the hard stuff soon. I know a few classmates have used the tutors and said they were very helpful. The overall willingness of other students to want to help us succeed in the classes is empowering.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: There are days where there are classes in a computer lab, limitting the amount of computers available or there are students on computers not doing actual "school" related work. I do not have a computer at home; therefore, use at school is critical to me. For the most part, I usually have access to computers but there are the days where they are limited

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