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Asheville Buncombe Technical Community College

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I could go on criticizing the school overQuite BrightPsychology
I could go on criticizing the school over many things but mainly I want to focus on the school and president's weather policy. If every single county and the city schools are closed and busses can't make it o icy roads what on earth makes you think small cars can drive down icy roads? just because it isn't snowing doesn't mean that ABTech's parking lots are in god condition! If your going to not cancel school in 20 degree weather I would like to see the president Dennis King personally walk around and look at weather or not the parking lots are safe or not. Further more the school needs to alt their damn parking lots! too many times have i slipped because they don't care to salt or check the lots! GET IT TOGETHER!
2nd Year Male -- Class 2015
Useful Schoolwork: A, Campus Maintenance: F
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My comment is specific to the AB TechBrightNursing
My comment is specific to the AB Tech ADN Nursing Program. My experience was so horrible I would absolutely NEVER recommend this nursing program to anyone. Clinical competences are not standardized meaning that all students are expected to perform at the same level regardless of their experience in the hospital setting. Clinical assignments are completely random. A fourth semester student can be assigned to a low-acuity rehab hospital, better suited to a 1st semester student. The nursing faculty is famous for eating their young so beware.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2013
Surrounding City: A, Education Quality: F
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There are too many people and enough staffBrightUndecided
There are too many people and enough staff of every kind. Cousnlors do not want to help you register for classes. They are rude about it too. They expect you to do it all on line. But their system sucks and I want though a bunch of trouble because I tryed to register myself on line and it did not work and I had to go through a bunch of hassel to get the class I wanted.
1st Year Female -- Class 2012
Perceived Campus Safety: A+, Individual Value: F
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