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While I enjoyed some of my professors, IQuite BrightOther
While I enjoyed some of my professors, I was overall disappointed in my experience here. I specifically told advisor what my goal was and they put me in a program that was a complete waste of my money. I spent $30000 on an education only to be told I would only make that in a year in my field of study. I've had more complaints about this degree and experience than I can for on one page. All they want is your money with little concern about how the courses you take actually help you to secure a job in your area of study. I've spent 25 years in healthcare, spent $30000 on an education that leaves me in the same position I was before. I trusted they were leading me down the correct path and they failed me. You are an inconvenience to advisors. Completely wasted my time and money but hey they got paid.
2nd Year Female -- Class 1921
Campus Maintenance: B, Education Quality: F
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During the pandemic the dean of students andBrightBusiness - Management and Administration
During the pandemic the dean of students and presidents office were horrible. There was no plan in place. They assumed all students had access to Internet and were very snotty with responses to me regarding this. Internet is not listed as a requirement to have access to an education. Their expectations of others is not equal to what they deliver as a college. Complete waste of my time and money. Very disappointed.
1st Year Female -- Class 1921
Perceived Campus Safety: D, Education Quality: F
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Their program isn't worth your time.Quite BrightNursing
Their program isn't worth your time. It doesn't matter how smart you are. Or if you make straight A?s. You can study all the material they give you and still fail (according to their grading scale). My clinical instructor set me up to fail. She never instructed me on what I was doing wrong as an instructor is supposed to, but told my professor I wasn't applying like all the other girls in my clinical group. I even watched other girls in my group do their assessments wrong and she had me tell them what they were missing. 🤣Their program lacks diversity. I was the only black girl. So you can imagine how that went. Maybe it will work out if your white, smart, fake, and snooty? 🤷🏾‍♀️ Other than that any success in this program by anybody black is the grace of God.
3rd Year Female -- Class 1921
Campus Aesthetics: A+, Education Quality: F
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