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Wish I could give this school half a star. Very unprofessional. The only good thing I can say is I learned what I needed to pass my state boards. BUT, the school is owned by a woman whose daughter runs the financial aid (I think? No one has actually ever seen her do anything), and whose granddaughter is supposed to run the externship program but doesn't do her job. In the time I've been here, two out of the three office personnel have quit so that they don't have to pick up the granddaughter's slack or deal with her, and one teacher has left because he didn't like how the students were treated. There is one "teacher" (who only got her job because she is good friends with the owner's daughter) who very openly plays favorites with her students and is very very unprofessional. I have written their accrediting agency cataloguing my experience as well as a few other student's experiences, and I really really hope they get shut down.
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COMMENTS ON IONA COLLEGE - IONA College wasn't worth my investment. If I were to do it again, I would have attended a college that was more affordable, and that provided me with a better Return on My Investment. Many of the classes don't teach you how to apply what you read to the world of work, and there are not a lot of internship opportunities for all the students. Some students get internships/credit, but so many smart students are left out. Most big corporations don't have Iona College included on their college recruitment calendar. The big companies go to Manhattan College, Fordham, St. John's, and on and on, but not Iona College. The current President should be more concerned with helping Iona grads get jobs and current students get internships - they pay his salary. He should be less concerned with sports. I love sports, but we go to college to get jobs, not into Big Debt, with no returns and no suitable jobs. Ask for statistical data and reports on job placement. Where are Iona students hired? Salary ranges? How many and where are internships offered, and how many students get the jobs? You want to know the breakdown, and also how much money have recent alums donated to Iona College. I doubt, most have donated any because they are paying off their big undergraduate loans? If Iona was more concerned and cared about job placement, maybe Alums would give back. I know I won't be giving any back to Iona, not with this current administration at the top.
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