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| All the school and faculty care about is money. The school is falling apart and class sizes grow ridiculously every quarter. The hallways are so full of students waiting for classes that you are often unable to pass through. There are a select few teachers who are willing to help, but they are consistently undermined by others. There are always "favorites" and I have been literally yelled at (for personal reasons only) by a teacher in a locked room with one other "witness" teacher/counselor who just sat back and watched as the other personally degraded me and forced me to tears. Every day I have to focus on the animals and hope that I am gaining enough knowledge to help them when I graduate. |
|Jan 20 2010|| 1st Year Female --
Class 2010 |
| the school with NOT work with you on payments. if you fail a class, failing is lower than 70% instead of 60% like other places, you have to get them the money to retake the class before you can enroll for the next quarter. so i had 2 months to magically come up with $800 for one class. they would not let me do payments more than those 2 months. they would not ad it into the normal tuition i owed.|
their facility is inadequate. the place is falling apart and way to small for how many students they have. there is not near enough parking. if you park in the apartments parking lot across the street you will get a ticket. so you have to circle the parking lot waiting for someone to leave. that means you might be late to class, even if you get there early, and miss half a test or more, causing you to fail it. so to sum it up, they're money hungry and treat their students horribly.
|Nov 26 2009|| 1st Year Female --
Class 2011 |
| I would look carefully at all of your options for vet tech schools. You will not make much money as a CVT. That's the sad reality. You pay $24,000 for an education and you're lucky to make $20,000 when you're finished.|
I am switching schools at the end of this quarter.
The director of the school (female) is by far one of the CRAPPIEST people in the world. She must have slept her way to the top. This school has a lot of money coming in but it goes right into the pockets of the owners. As a certified vet tech, you will probably be changing careers in 5 years because by then you will have figured out that you can't make money in this field. Go to vet school.
|Nov 23 2009|| 1st Year Female --
Class 2010 |