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DONT WASTE YOUR TIMEQuite BrightComputer Engineering
DONT WASTE YOUR TIME AND MONEY!!!! Acceptance is probably 100% because this school is solely based on money and not students. You have been warned.
3rd Year Male -- Class 2015
Perceived Campus Safety: A, Education Quality: F
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Biggest waste of money and time.Mechanical Engineering
Biggest waste of money and time. It's all about money. They scam you to enroll and then keep hitting you up for more money. They offer no support, no advisors and no help!

But be sure you pay them on time! This isn't a college - its a scam and they should lose all licenses and shut this rip off place down!

Male -- Class 2000
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This school is only interested in getting bodiesQuite BrightArchitecture
This school is only interested in getting bodies to fund them. The education is absolutely not quality. I was told they could assist in jobs after college. I SPECIFICALLY ask if they could get jobs in all areas of the US and was told by the fat salesmanMike somthing or other "Oh Yes absolutely".. It is a load of crap!!! they have 2 job leads in your tech and everybody from the school (and everyone else for that matter) is trying to get. I should have applied to a REAL architecture school, instead now I am over qualified / or underqualified. Thanks for STEALING my money. They also have no housing so good luck with that, unless your like 75% of the students who are underacheivers and living off Mom and Dad. I worked full time and went to school full time. If you really want a fighting chance in this pathetic economy, go to a REAL COLLEGE or UNIVERSITY. If you are willing to have your career plateau at a slightly higher than entry level job, by all means, go here.
Alumnus Male -- Class 2000
Preparedness: F Reputation: F
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