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I had a pulseJul 05 2018Psychology
I had a pulse. I had money. No challenges to get in--a bad sign. It might be a "good deal" for students who do not know any better. I should have gone to a smaller Community College instead.
They want your moneyMar 28 2016History/Histories (art history/etc.)
They want your money. That is all it takes to get in. The school is a joke academically but they will take your money and not let you graduate.
They only take the top 20 applicants based offAug 07 2013Nursing
They only take the top 20 applicants based off a points system comprised of test score, written essay score, GPA of 4 core pre-reqs, and overall GPA. Be prepared to possibly fail a class even if you have over an A plus. If you don't pass the ATI (which they don't teach towards), they will remove you from the program.
The told me to lie several times regarding myJun 18 2012Nursing
The told me to lie several times regarding my past education, such as, excluding previous schools attended. They just wanted me to get in and start the school. Later they requested all my transcripts. I was scammed from the moment I walked into the building! They want your money, with no regard for your actual education.
Seriously, I told the advisor I was interested andOct 15 2011Education
Seriously, I told the advisor I was interested and I was accepted one week later. I had every requirement met to join my program, but every month someone is contacting me to let me know that I need to pass the CSET, CBEST, and a TB test. I tell them that I provided that material, and they tell me what I need to do next. NO! Don't tell me what I need, you need to be better informed when you contact me about what I need to provide, when I'm paying outrageous bucks! And you better be smarter than me if you ever tell me I need something, because I'm a grade A jerk, and I hate stupid people and the fly by night colleges they work for.
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