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Reviews 21 total reviews with an average rating of 1.9

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1 College Senior

Overall Experience: I would not recomend this school to anyone

2 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: I spent 20,000 on nothing

2 College Senior

Student Body: The student diversity was not all that much

1 College Senior

Facilities: This school is the absolte worst and i wouldnt recomend it to anyone

1 College Senior

Online Courses: I didn't take online courses

1 College Senior

Campus Resources: I just talked about it

1 College Senior

Campus Resources: They had nothing. The only thing they had was a bunch of computers which would be okay but half the time the nursing students had it to take test's in. If they where testing than none of the other students could use the computer room.

1 College Senior

Academic Experience: Staff also said that they would help with my internship and they didnt, Period! I had to do all the leg work to get into an intership. They SUCK!!!

1 College Senior

Academic Experience: The administration promised things that could not deliver upon my arival at the school. Such as an associates program and flexible hours. Both where very important to me and they failed on both accounts. The staff was also rude and inconsiderate. My teacher was okay..... although I got the feeling he didnt want to be there, so we mostly watched you tube videos.

4 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: I think the tuition is a little high for this course. But the knowledge you receive is priceless and so are the staff at the school.

5 College Junior

Academic Experience: The people at this school are the most understanding. My instructor it the greatest and will do anything to help a person succeed in the program. I would recommend this school to everyone who is interested in becoming an LPN. You learn a lot and have fun while you are doing so that is what makes it a wonderful school.

1 Recent Alumnus

Career Services: They can't keep someone in career services and the ones they do have won't actually help you in any way possible.

1 Recent Alumnus

Academic Flexibility: I had taken Medical Billing and Coding a couple years before, was even certified but my credits wouldn't carry over because it was a night school course. I was extremely disappointed in the level of academics, I slept during my class and still aced everything. 4.0 shouldn't be achieved by sleeping.

1 Recent Alumnus

Campus Resources: I finished the MA class with a 4.0 GPA, this while working at the school at night and being a single mom. I started out being able to sleep in class, which was nice since I was doing 15 hour days out of my house. Then they decided to change teachers around and I wasn't allowed to do anything besides pretend to listen, I figured I'm paying 18,000 for this schooling I should sleep if I want to. So I begged the campus director to let me do a specialized study and was told I need to be failing in order to do one, I was being punished for doing good! After I graduated the career services didn't exist and the only help I received was the advice of "Go out everyday and hand out resumes" which would be fine and dandy if they were willing to give me the gas money to drive around and the daycare so I didn'y have to drag my kids around.

1 Recent Alumnus

Online Courses: I finished the MA class with a 4.0 GPA, this while working at the school at night and being a single mom. I started out being able to sleep in class, which was nice since I was doing 15 hour days out of my house. Then they decided to change teachers around and I wasn't allowed to do anything besides pretend to listen, I figured I'm paying 18,000 for this schooling I should sleep if I want to. So I begged the campus director to let me do a specialized study and was told I need to be failing in order to do one, I was being punished for doing good! After I graduated the career services didn't exist and the only help I received was the advice of "Go out everyday and hand out resumes" which would be fine and dandy if they were willing to give me the gas money to drive around and the daycare so I didn'y have to drag my kids around.

College Junior

Career Services: I am unable to post a grade for this aspect of the school as I have not needed to use it yet. But I have heard that they are great at helping with job assistance.

5 College Junior

Academic Experience: I am not currently enrolled in school, but when I took the prerequisites, the teachers were very involved with the students, very helpful. I passed both prerequsites with A's.

2 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: They only help you get the pell grant and stafford loan not find other sources of money to help pay for their classes.

1 College Freshman

Campus Resources: A.O.D. Counselors Need a Laptop of Some Kind – Yes school has a small computer lab but that does nothing to help me as a student soon heading into externship. I need my studies with me, power points readily available,video's on Intervention at the ready, almost everything I have to do requires some type of computer work and I don't have a laptop. The school should have provided one with the $20,000.00 I spent on this AA degree

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3 College Freshman

Campus Resources: Its a Career College Only – We have health day once a month so our nurses to be give us all mini physicals! We have potluck dinners each month,we buy meals together as a class and do other thingss that kind of bring us all together as a tight group and we always help each other to make sure everyone knows the cirriculum before testing time!

3 College Freshman

Overall Experience: Intercoast Colleges & Career Institute/Sacramento – Intercoast College in Sacramento California teaches excellerated programs for electricians degree's, Substance Abuse Counseling, and a few others. Going to the same class 18 hours a day for the same subject is very fast-paced. If I could change one thing it would probably be a few of the students dedication (or lack of) to seeing this course through to the end. Tardies, leave early's, and just plain not showing up, loosing homework, not doing it, missing reading assignments, asking to take all major tests 3 or 4 days after they were originally given, all of these antics are just too much for me sometimes.

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