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This place is going down in flames! I'mQuite Bright
This place is going down in flames! I'm so glad this "college" is shutting down for good. These are the worst instructors and staff I have ever encountered, they act like it's your privilege to sit through thier class and listen to thier BS. I would be weary about anyone who works for this place, they seem to hire a lot of close knit women with psych issues and pill problems here. I can't believe I spent so much money for a bottom of the barrel education, I feel like a fool. My degree is worthless and the credits don't even transfer.
1st Year Male -- Class 2017
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Go on a tour of this place andBrightPhysical Therapy/Exercise Science
Go on a tour of this place and meet some of the staff before you even think about enrolling. The first thing I noticed was the place looks like they renovated a warehouse to make it look like a college. The second thing I noticed was the lack of male professors. The women I spoke with were very cunty and the dean's introduction was so fake I wanted to puke. This college is a joke.
1st Year Female -- Class 2016
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I went to this school in hopes ofSuper BrilliantNursing
I went to this school in hopes of finishing an RN nursing degree and paid close to $60,000 for nothing but the right to take the NCLEX. The information presented in the classroom is far to advanced for the program itself. College algebra and Pathophysiology is not even needed for an associates degree of nursing, but they stack as many classes as they can into the program to milk your loans dry. The clinical rotations are an absolute joke; most of the time you don't even have a preceptor or instructor, you just stand around getting berated by snobbish medical professionals that are straight out of school themselves. The "skills lab" is nothing more than CNA/CMA training and the instructors tell you that everything else is out of your scope of practice. Some of the administration is related, so don't try and say anything about an instructor unless you want to be thrown out like the only guy in our class was. I should add that most of the female staff are raging feminists, so males in general should stay away from this school. Everyone fails the tests, all of the answers are made to be wrong so you have to "choose the best answer". After everyone fails, the instructor basically picks what grade to give you based upon how they feel about you as a person. In the beginning they collect personal information about you, including medical history and a family tree. This information is disguised as a simple assignment, but in reality it's used to judge you later on. If you didn't already know, this school is a (for profit)business owned by Goldman Sacks and has been taken to court so many times the college is now worth about 7 cents a share. Seriously, you should google all of this stuff before you make the mistake of going here. In short, stay far away from this college.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2019
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