Location
Los Angeles, CA
Undergrads
376
Tuition
$14,418
Admission Difficulty
Easy
Branch Campus Of
Everest College
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Reviews 11 total reviews with an average rating of 3.9

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5 College Junior

Student Body: There is a variety of different types of students

5 College Junior

Academic Experience: I like that we go on fieldtrips pertaining to our major. The library and computer lab are always open to us. All the professors have been great so far. They make our class registration process very easy by having our classes ready for us

5 College Junior

Academic Experience: I'm in Criminal Justice program and I enjoy all of my classes and teachers as well. I like the hands on learning as well. I also like that there are a lot of job opportunities offered.

4 College Senior

Academic Experience: I am learning medical insurance, billing and coding. I feel that from what I have learned at Everest will advance me into the career that I am looking for.

4 College Senior

Academic Experience: I have had a wonderful experience so far. My Instructor is very educated in this field. She is open to questions and always willing to help with whatever problems I may have.

4 College Senior

Campus Resources: All Staff are warm and friendly and each knew information about the school and what could help me to be successful.

3 College Senior

Academic Experience: We get recieve help from different instrutors in the dental department learning as much as we could.

3 College Senior

Academic Flexibility: the only problem i have is getting to school when i don't have a bus pass

2 College Senior

Student Body: Everest - West LA Students – There are a lot of students with many stories here. Some are homeless, some have families and are working to better them, some are here for themselves, and others are here just because they are forced to be here. There are probably more that I don't know about.

My main gripe is the unprofessionalism displayed by many. We reqire a uniform and have a dress code for a reason. Many people also like to speak in slang or in a "ghetto" fashion, which is also unprofessional. There HAVE BEEN a couple fights in a couple different classes.

I find that if you keep to yourself, it's pretty good. Don't get involved or feed the fire.

5 College Senior

Overall Experience: Everest - West LA Experience – I LOVE this college. (Of course, I've always loved school in general, so....) But things go by so fast. I've met a lot of people, which is awesome, because I've not from around here. The teachers are great (as long as you do what you're supposed to), and you learn A LOT. The Igniter Ambassadors have events sometimes, and the Student Appreciation Days are always fun.

I am in the Dental Assisting program, and my favorite subject was the laboratory procedures. We learned how to make models, bleaching trays, take impressions, etc. Great fun, and it was messy! My 2nd fave was the ortho mod. We got to practice placing brackets, arch wires, ligature wires, and elastics on our practice manikin.

There are some students who lessen the experience, but overall it is great.

3 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: Everest - West LA Campus – Submitting the FAFSA was easy, and I was eligible to recieve the full Pell Grant. However, everything else needed to be taken out in loans, which I am now looking for grants and scholarships to cover. I was not informed of the CalGrant until it was too late, and it would have been PERFECT since my program of study costs about $18,000. But, I now know better, and when I go to another college to learn how to be a dental hygienist, I'll know what to look for, and I'll be able to work as a dental assistant on the side.

My advice, get as many grants and scholarships as possible. There are many available online. Of course, don't forget your FAFSA. Avoid loans if at all possible.

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