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Reviews 6 total reviews with an average rating of 3.3

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1 Recent Alumnus

Career Services: This is a con-school that fills your head with false statistics and sensationalized trends. They're financial aid office is only helpful if you are eligible for standard grants and loans. I found out after I left that I was eligible for $1000 grant they they never applied to my tuition. They also flat out lied when telling me that you have to go to school to be a medical assistant. They also failed to inform me that my tuition didn't cover the actual certification process.

Their computer lab is a joke. The teacher I had never helped the students and spent the entire class watching basket ball games on the computer without headphones.

At one point in time there was an issue with a group of women making racial remarks towards another student. The student had complained so many times without any action by administration that she eventually left.

They tell you that you can retake any class again for free, but they don't tell you that they routinely change their curriculum; so, at the very least, the classes you took no longer exist on paper. On the topic of their curriculum, almost every class they provide is at the 9th grade level.

My advice, figure out what the information standards for your profession are and educate yourself. Many of the top schools, including Harvard, now offer their lectures for free online. You don't get a college credit, but you get all the information for free.

4 College Junior

Tuition & Financial Aid: The tuition is the highest in the immediate area for my program. They did provide me with financiaal aid through Federal loan, and it was very simple to do so. It did not cover the entire tuition, but that allow you to pay monthly (or other arrangement) as long as it is paid in full by graduation.

3 College Junior

Campus Resources: There really aren't any as this is a business school. It's not a campus

4 College Junior

Academic Flexibility: I chose this school because of the times of the evening classes. Other school options were only day or started earlier than I would get out of work. They also allow makeup time that is prescheduled.

5 College Senior

Campus Resources: Class Size to Teacher Ratio – I absolutely love that the class sizes are generally no more then 10 students to 1 teacher! I feel that i get the one on one time that is needed compared to a bigger college where you dont get that time and dont get the interactons you need.

3 College Senior

Tuition & Financial Aid: I am ok with the amount I am paying to come here and feel it is worth my time and money. But it is very hard to get in contact with the advisor of finacial aide at this school due to him working in another office sometimes.


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