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Mar 14 2014Business - Management and Administration
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My experience was very positive and I would recommend Pioneer Pacific College to anyone who wants a solid career based education at a school that cares about them. I am getting ready to continue on in a Bachelors program and looking forward to being on campus again.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2006
Faculty Accessibility: A+, Extracurricular Activities: D
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Mar 16 2013PreMed and Medical
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I am a student in the Healthcare Administration program. I finished my associates and and working on my BS. I have found the program to be enlightening and informative, most of the instructors well informed and good at what they do. There are always going to be a few bad eggs, and I have run across some teachers who by my opinion, should not be teaching at all. However, with the student reviews that happen every term, a bad egg is quickly found, and not working at the college for long. Some one had commented on the fact that you cannot miss 6 classes, this is true. You can miss up to five, any after that you are dropped from the class. They do this because they have to stick to certain standards to keep their accreditation. Also, having 10 week terms with two classes a week, 5 classes is twenty five percent of the term you just missed. You cannot get a good education from your classes if you miss to many days. It is true that you do not get to keep most of your books, though many of my core classes I have been able to keep. This helps with cost, and quite frankly, who wants to keep all the books anyway? If you really do want to keep them, they are more than happy to let you, as long as you pay for them. At a community college they offer for you to buy used books, or to sell your books back, at PPC they by pass all of that to save you money. As far as tuition goes, do the math! This is a fast paced school that you complete in less time than a community college. When you compare the difference of time and money, PPC is well worth it. The most important thing to remember, is you are only going to get out what you put in. If all you want is a diploma mill, there are less expensive schools for you to go to and get that. If you are serious about a career and want to get to it fast, then PPC is right for you.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2014
Education Quality: A, Social Life: F
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Dec 11 2012PreLaw and Legal
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There were some classes that I took that reminded me about high school but the overall experience amd education I got was great I I will be going to get my bachelors in paralegal studies there the instructors in the law classes showed me so much and are very interesting theu give you real cases to work with. Yes there isn't many friendly people there the only ones are the ones in your program that stay with you through out the whole time but remember you are there to learn not to make friends. I would recommend this school for the paralegal program its and amazing program. It was all worth the cost.
2nd Year Female -- Class 2011
Faculty Accessibility: A+, Surrounding City: F
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