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Reviews 6 total reviews with an average rating of 2

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1 Recent Alumnus

Tuition & Financial Aid: I was told at financial aid that I would be receiving a $1000 dollar grant. I was only informed after having completed the program that I didn't end up getting it. And the extra $1000 ended up getting tacked onto my student loans that I am still paying.

1 Recent Alumnus

Academic Flexibility: Do not waste your money at Ross. In doing so, I made the biggest mistake of my life. Because I don't have time to sit outside Ross with a sign warning your naive girls and pleading with them to invest their money elsewhere, the least I can do is write this review.

1 Recent Alumnus

Career Services: Less than half of the classmates I graduated with had any luck finding jobs anywhere after graduating. Those that looked to further their education elsewhere were devastated to find that the 44.5 credits they paid for are non transferable, not recognized anywhere, and essentially are downright useless.

1 Recent Alumnus

Overall Experience: Biggest and most expensive mistake of my life. I was one of the few people in my class who was able to find employment afterward, and that's because I am bilingual. I worked for u of m and then for another practice. U of m paid $12 an hour. The other $11. Neither one offered benefits or insurance. I am now a waitress by choice. I needed a better paying job. I went to Ross because I wanted to get my foot in the door in the medical field. A foot is all you will ever squeeze in the door by attending Ross. I was promised a career with advancement opportunities. I expressed to them I desired to further my education one day. It was not made clear to me that Ross credits are NON TRANSFERABLE. Nothing like paying almost $20,000 after interest so you can get a pee-on job that pays you $11 dollars am hour with nothing else to offer. You are better off pushing carts at Costco for $13 an hour and it doesn't cost you twenty grand to get in the door. Please think twice before giving this place your money and place it elsewhere where it is actually an investment in your future. I cannot to anything with this worthless non transferable certificate.

4 Recent Alumnus

Academic Flexibility: after starting school I was wondering if I made the right choice! The work was overwhelming and I felt that I was sub-par. My instructors really helped me to overcome those obstacles and my administrator has really been in my corner.

4 Recent Alumnus

Career Services: after attending Ross Medical I will be able to continue on and get my associates degree and continue working

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