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1 out of 5
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Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2017

I have heard from other students that other programs are great however the Nursing program, both LPN and RN are extremely un-organized. The school is advertised as versatile and capable of catering to people with responsibilities such as work and children. They make it sound like a wonderful school, but once you get in, the red flags are endless. The school is not versatile and you do not get what you are paying for. They want you to buy books that they do not even use. Some instructors are great, but many others do not even have the qualifications to properly teach the course. I am a current student in my final semester and i hope i make it out with a degree, i have lost over 1/2 of the classmates that i started with. I feel like i am paying them so much money, just to teach myself :( Students that have graduated are having issues finding jobs. Once you sign the papers on that first day, you are obligated to pay whether you attended or not. Only after you sign those papers and meet your instructors, do you realize what a horrible mistake you have made and now you have to pay for it!

5 out of 5
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Degree: Medical Insurance Specialist/Medical Biller
Graduation Year: 2017

I think that all these bad reviews are from lazy people who feel that the degree should just be handed to them. I have had nothing but helpful, encouraging instructors. Whenever I have not understood something,I emailed or called my instructor and most of the time received a response right away. Of course you are teaching yourself. It is an ONLINE school. What did you expect. If you don't have the mental capacity to learn from the discussions ND assignments you are screwed, and are wasting your time. I agree that the discussions are tedious sometimes but, it is what it is. I have seen what my classmates post. The words they use are at a fifth grade level at best. I research every discussion topic above and beyond the lecture material. I post an entire page, with examples, and my classmates post 3 sentences. That is what annoys me. And when we ask each other questions, none of them can form an educated response to keep the discussion going. This is not the fault of the instructors. It is grown adults being lazy, trying to get a degree but, not putting forth the effort to do anything productive to earn it. The posts where people say it is two years later and you still haven't found a job in your field, how is that possible? I emailed career services and they are helping me find one as we speak, and I haven't even graduated yet. Again you have to put forth the effort. Most employers want people with experience. Therefore,having career services help you, is what you need to do. My only complaint is the ignorant students they allow in this school. Ghetto language, and the fact that I work my butt off and these other students just do a half-baked job and still pass. I tired to befriend a fellow classmates, and she was so annoying and negative. Always complaining about the assignments, the instructor, etc. And always asking me for the answers. She would ask the instructor for help , and since the instructor did not just tell her the answer, but told her where to find it, she complained to the academic advisor and the advisor told her the instructor did nothing wrong. I laughed at that then blocked her on everything. I am here to earn my degree not be dragged down by someone else's negativity. Bottom line is if you are attending this school, you are an adult. Step up to the plate, don't do a half-baked job,and don't complain about the cost. Nothing is free, this is America. You are going to lay no matter what college you go to. You fell it isn't worth it because you don't put forth the effort to make it worth it. Grow up people!

1 out of 5
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Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2018

Don't ever go here for nursing. EVER. This school cares nothing about the students and all about the money. They are not helpful whatsoever and will never admit when they are wrong. I would never recommend anyone to this school because the experience I've had was horrible. They take nothing that the students say seriously. When I reached out about an issue I was experiencing they completely ignored me and shut me out like they did with every other student. I heard nothing but horrible things about this college but thought that maybe my experience would be different. I was sadly mistaken. Don't give them your money. They don't deserve it.

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1 out of 5
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Degree: Medical Administrative/Executive Assistant and Medical Secretary
Graduation Year: 2015

It's too expensive.The advisors con you into taking more classes than helping you get to the end result faster. Ex.."It's better to get your AAS 1st, then your BS!" Then the course requirements change every semester, which forces the books to change. This is a "For Profit" institution. Most of the instructors can not control their class rooms, especially in the more urban locations. It's ghetto pure ignorance!! They pass people just to get them out of their class, not because they are competent! Total waste of money and time since they sell you dreams of helping you find placements after graduation and they clearly don't!!

1 out of 5
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Degree: Nursing
Graduation Year: 2017

Horrible!! Teachers cant read or pronounce words. The instructor's give tests they don't even know the meaning to the words, procedures ect. Had to correct instructors several times. Substandard education inflated tuition. So not worth it go elsewhere save yourself the trouble. They hire anyone off the street. Some of these teachers need to take a entrance exam to work at this dump to prove they are competent. Which a majority of them aren't. Run I am not prepared for my career everything I know I learned on my own I pray I get a job n can learn there.

2 out of 5
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Degree: Business
Graduation Year: 2016

In thought by signing up for online classes to deal with my busy schedule it would be a perfect fit. However that is simply not the case with their classes and other areas of their schooling. First of all they are EXTREMELY EXPENSIVE, if you have a community college near you, go there! One semester costs over 8k with half assed teaching and grading. There were times where my assignments wouldn't be graded for a week or two. The whole thing of writing full length responses to other students is ridiculous. Financial aid is a joke, have all your eggs in one basket and make sure you don't need your extra money anytime soon. They acre you over with that, TWO WEEKS AFTER THEY RECEIVE IT, THEN YOU GET IT, IT'S BROKEN UP TOO, SO every nine weeks you could get a check or direct deposit. Book buybacks is utter trash, how do you have books specifically for your school and you don't buy them back? They have students pay hundreds of dollars on books that they won't even accept back. I'm not continuing with them after this experience, AVOID IF YOU CAN!!!

2 out of 5
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Degree: Business Administration
Graduation Year: 2010

Way to overpriced. Not worth the money. over rated. The online professors are not bad but you basically instruct and self teach yourself. admissions gave a false view of what to expect and what the the process was like. Very pushy and unprofessional.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Business Administration and Management, General
Graduation Year: 2012

This school was great! I started my Associates Degree and finished with my Bachelors Degree. The instructors were amazing. There was only one instructor that wasn't available when we needed him but the school made sure to correct that before it became a major problem. My academic adviser was available when I needed him as well. You take away what you put in to your school. I worked hard and in the end my performance reflected that. Their career services helped me with job placement as well, although in the end I ended up finding my own job leads and getting hired at a great job starting at $11.75 per hour and working my way up to a salary that equates to $18.27 per hour. I would definitely recommend this school to anyone that might be interested. It is a little on the pricey side but the flexibility of the school made it completely worth it.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Paralegal
Graduation Year: 2008

First, this school is way to expensive. Second, I graduated from the VA Beach campus & decided I was going to try & get my BS in criminal justice. As a full time single working mom I was not able to complete even my 1st semester, so I dropped out. I spoke with my advisor & he said that it was completely understandable. Fast forward 8 years later, I decide to go back to college to pursue nursing because Paralegal was not getting me anywhere. I contact B&S to retrieve my transcripts & I have been getting the runaround from people in the business office. Long story short, they say I have a balance because of the grant the school gave me to get my BS degree but didnt finish. I cant move forward with my education because of them! The lady in the business office has told me on 4 separate occasions that she would call me back & she has yet to do so. Wish I would have NEVER gone to this poor excuse of a college!!

1 out of 5
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Degree: Medical Billing & Coding
Graduation Year: 2016

I would not recommend this program to anyone. Was told tuition would include taking the Cpc exam. But unfortunately it was not true. Now I have to come up with an additional 500 to be able to take the exam and start looking fir a coding job. Don't go here.

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