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The East West College of Natural Medicine

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I am graduating this year! Great school! Great students! Great faculty! Great administration! Great board!
1st Year Female -- Class 1920
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First of all, I have to write this review anonymously as a student due to harassment, or "talking to" as they call it, by this school over the years. I even heard of one vocal student getting expelled. No joke. Freedom of speech does not exist here. Communication is not endorsed.

This school is a nightmare. Gone are the days of old. I envy the students who reminisce. The school and the building lease was sold-out to the highest bidder. The bidder was AHED, a for-profit demon who eats the souls of anyone who objects. This is the board that controls the school. They have no real interest in Chinese medicine but are using the school are a springboard for $$$$.

The teachers are either stupid or cruel, and they can't teach. Some of them are atrocious, like the Jewish leprechaun and his fat consort. The clinic dean does nothing besides talk on a few local doctor shows. The lazy Chinese herb clinic lady barks at everyone and anything. The teachers with fancy doctorates know just as little as the teachers without fancy doctorates. Clean needle in this school is horrific. No one in administration knows what to do when there is a real problem. The accountant is dumb. The president is a puppet.

There is a ridiculously high turnover in this school. The school you begin with will not be the school you graduate from. It will have morphed into some sickly creature demanding more money. Tuition rates will soar but quality will plateau. Each class is usually composed of the following: a nurse with an inferiority complex, a bunch of low-level massage therapists who graduated from some God-awful massage school, and a homosexual.Please don't financially support his school. IT DOES NOT DESERVE YOUR MONEY. Please save yourself the headache, think twice, and go somewhere else.

3rd Year Female -- Class 1950
Perceived Campus Safety: B+, Education Quality: F
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This is a corporation owned school and allAverageOther
This is a corporation owned school and all they care about is Profits. Since the new director took over in 2013 is been all about making more money and trying very hard to increase the number of students while reducing the resources and the teachers pay. For this reason the faculty is under qualify, under prepared, and teachers come and go like the wind. Now they have a new Dean(Dog) in charge and he is making our lifes even harder with new rules and requirements whose sole pourpose is to make more money. This is the most expensive Oriental medicine college and yet they don't even have the Herbs we need for learning when all other colleges give you a sample of every herb. Don't choose this place, there are others in FL this one in my opinion is at the botton.
2nd Year Male -- Class 2016
Useful Schoolwork: B+, Individual Value: F
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