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This school claims they have resources but theyQuite BrightOther
This school claims they have resources but they do not. You ask the professors for help and they never have the time for you. If you are beyond basic math and spanish, the tutoring center is useless and the best you can get are writing tutors to check your papers. They say they never have the time even though I was successful at larger universities were teachers had 1000 students. I would not go here if I was a minority student. There is no diversity in their staff and study body. This school is also disorganized. There are so many mistakes they made that screwed me over. The nursing program and the occupational therapy program needs more development and still is quite new. I will not recommend it. There is not one student I socialized with that was at least 50 percent happy with this college.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2017
Campus Aesthetics: A-, Faculty Accessibility: F
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The Occupational Therapy program is a waste ofAveragePublic Health
The Occupational Therapy program is a waste of time and student loan money. It is a joke. If you decide to attend the college, make sure you take time to read your textbooks and volunteer in a therapy clinic because you will not get the job skills you need from these professors in the OT program.
5th Year Female -- Class 2012
Campus Aesthetics: A+, Education Quality: F
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The Occupational Therapy program was very unorganized, theAverageOther
The Occupational Therapy program was very unorganized, the STUDENTS had to teach the classes in the OT program. Professors just sit there and listen and might say a few statements at the end of the STUDENTS lecture. When students confront the instructors about this their response is we don't have to teach you everything. You have to take responsibility for your own education. Well, ask to see the break down of NBCOT board pass rates by first time test taker pass rate, multi time test taker pass rate, and total # of graduates. You will see their #s suck! Some students that graduate from CSM NEVER pass boards. When confronted about these #s, the OT faculty say those that don't pass are just lazy. I know several of those that never passed, they were not lazy, they never got the education they desired for their $98,000 student loan dollars!!!
5th Year Female -- Class 2012
Innovation: A+, Education Quality: F
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