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This school is horrible.Quite BrightNursing
This school is horrible. They are very unprepared for nursing students. The tuition is way too high and the teaxhers change things very last minute and try to act like we just misunderstood, even when we show it to them in writing. One teacher had to run everything by her boss before she can answer a simple question. Please go elsewhere for your nursing degree.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2017
Perceived Campus Safety: A-, Education Quality: F
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Don't waste your time and money at thisQuite BrightBusiness - Management and Administration
Don't waste your time and money at this school. Advisors are ill advised and less than helpful. However if you do chose this school be prepared to do everything yourself academically and financially, because chances are with a little research you'll be a better advocate for your own success than any employee of this institution ever will be.
Alumna Female -- Class 2000
Preparedness: D Reputation: F
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I graduated with my business administration degree inQuite BrightBusiness - Management and Administration
I graduated with my business administration degree in 2010 and still have yet to find a job in my field. After spending way too much money on this degree and not getting a job, I contacted the career adviser at the school to ask for help. She took a week to return my call and promptly told me that her job is NOT to do job placement and it must be my fault if I can't find a job. Her advice to me was to write a resume and find a job. I told her that most universities help alumni through networking and she advised me to send her an email attachment with my resume and she would help me improve it. I sent her my resume 5 months ago and have yet to hear back from her. I wasted $60,000 on a degree from this school and was told to go find a job. I have been looking for a job in my field for 4 years now and just defaulted on my student loans. Thanks for the useless piece of paper Davenport. Don't go here and don't waste your money.
Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
Starting Job: not worked; Preparedness: F Reputation: F
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