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Teachers only care about their own salary. Do not care about students. Teachers have no understanding of learning disabilities.
Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
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When I graduated from Beacon in 92, the college was not accredit yet. My transcript was wealth nothing. It was hard for me to find a job. I eventual had to go back to school.
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Beacon College is one of the first fullyQuite BrightArt & Design Department
Beacon College is one of the first fully accredited schools in the country that supports students with learning disabilitys.

When i first entered Beacon my GPA was 1.81, since then i was able to raise it to 3.41. (Ive never done so well in school)

This school has Changed my life.
(socal life here is what you make of it)
(Im an artist so i fill most of my time designing)
P.s. Its all about how much your willing to put in, My success was mostly put on my sholders.
Dont be the student that needs to be pushed along if you don't have to.
(I hope to see you when you get in)=)

2nd Year Male -- Class 2015
Faculty Accessibility: A+, Education Quality: C+
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