Location
Anaheim, CA
Undergrads
644
Tuition
$13,896
Admission Difficulty
Very Easy
Branch Campus Of
Everest College
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Reviews 21 total reviews with an average rating of 3.4

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2 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: The company the school uses for student loans is the worse. They tell you there payment is one amount and then they bill you different - they claim interest amount. I was unable to make a payment for one month due to financial difficulties they would not work with me and said they were going to turn me into collections because of one month non-payment.

3 College Senior

Career Services: I have asked my career counselor several times to help me with a survival job (one of our services we have when you are going to school to help you not drop out) but they have done nothing.

3 College Senior

Student Body: Our director at our school is very helpful and willing to help you when you need it. Though most of the teachers at my school are not willing to help maybe if they are in the mood. The students have to work together in order to keep up with school work and do our labs. It does help to create a unity among our class.

4 College Senior

Online Courses: I prefer to take classes on campus rather than online because I am the type of learner that needs to be in a classroom setting.

3 College Senior

Campus Resources: The office personnel are so helpful when it comes to helping students find a ride to and from school.

3 College Senior

Campus Resources: There doesn't seem to be enough computers at times.

3 College Senior

Student Body: Majority of the student body are working students or even parents. So many of us come staright to school from work. We dont really have the extra time to join in on groups and participate like we would like to.

4 College Senior

Campus Resources: administrative office is very helpful and responds in a timely matter.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: The classes are extremely hands on, which I thoroughly enjoy. I feel as though I am in an actual medical facility. Everything that I will need to know once I graduate will be covered in all labs and lectures. I am slowly but surely gaining confidence when it comes to injections.

4 College Junior

Academic Experience: Since I have just started the second module, we are barely starting out with the procedures of lab work. There are a lot of steps for preparation in lab which can be quite confusing. But the continuing students are most helpful. I lear most from the experienced students seeing as the intro students (ie: myself) need all the guidance I can get. I am a hands on learner so the only way I can really learn is to get in lab, prepare shots, and inject.

4 College Senior

Campus Resources: Computer labs are given to any college student who need it, as well as the printing process. It works well when we need the information for essays and certain topics that we do not understand in the medical field. It works well only when some students are not online looking at Facebook or Myspace. Overall I give it an A.

3 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: As you enter college grounds, your expectations as a college student is very high; only because you are paying teachers and administrations for your education. Throughout my seven month process as a student in the Medical field, I find it intriguing that the instructor was not what I had expected. I, being the student, am the one who should be learning the material needed for internship and for the working field, but the teacher too is currently learning their material as well. It is great seeing the instructor learn the medical field along with the students, but as a teacher you should have the knowledge and preparation to teach the students what they need to learn and not continue to look up what certain information mean. I find myself giving them a "B" for effort and for not giving up on a student.They continue the educational process of applying the needed information for the college students. Although the process pretty decent, I am still learning something and not wasting my day at school.

3 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: The education I am currently receiving at Everest College is somewhat worth the money. There are minor complaints about the school, such as, a few of the instructors not knowing the definition to some of the medical terms and not being prepared for what we are learning today in class. I give the educational process a "B" only because I am still learning the medical billing process efficiently. They haven't failed to continue teaching even though I thought they would. They continue to show support and encouragement in the field I am reaching for and that is something we students look for in an instructor, supportive and trustworthy.

3 College Senior

Campus Resources: Computer Resources Are Satisfactory – The computer resources are readily available for use. The resource center provides compuers for the students and printing and copying is free which is a bonus. There are also computer labs that are available for use if scheduled for ithem. Sometimes the network is down which results in the delay of lessons or completing assignments. Also, many of the students use the computer resources which is why owning a personal computer or printer is recommended.

4 College Senior

Campus Resources: Great Instructors, Classes, and Sizes – The Criminal Justice program consists of essential curriculum and instructors that know what they are talking about. My instructors work full-time jobs varying from psychologists for sex offenders to probation officers. So I know they are more than capable to teach. All students get the classes they need to pursue their career in the criminal justice field, rather than getting a class that has nothing to do with their major like some colleges. Where most colleges have class sizes that hold more than 30 students, class sizes here range from at least 8 students to probably 30 the most. However, there has not been a problem with a class room being over crowded. These class sizes not only enable us students to learn in a spacious classroom, but it gives us the opportunity to ask for help from our instructor at anytime whether it is before, during or after class.

College Senior

Student Body: Ambassador Program – Our Campus has a Ambassador Program which is great. Ambassadors are there for all students as mentors, and one can go to them for help from where to eat, to help on any topics. They are motivator too.

College Senior

Online Courses: Does Not Apply – I do not attend online courses, but If I needed to, I think that Everest would be great. They have provided me with the best support system to help feel confident.

2 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: Everest College – The reason why I chose Everest College in Santa Ana is because it made me feel like I can do something productive with my life. I love the 6-10am morning schedule because it helps me get my day started by doing something positive and helps me develop a habit of doing things right from the start.

5 College Senior

Campus Resources: everyone acts like family and wants you to succeed

4 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: The financial aid department is great. I had a pleasure experience while getting started with school. They try to help us as much as possible and they are very kind.

4 College Senior

Campus Resources: Computer Lab – Our computer lab is great. There is enough computers for students in my class. The only problem is that sometimes the network is not so great.

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