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Degree: Information Technology
Graduation Year: 2015

Very deceiving, I was duped into false promises, I was 6 months in the course, the school claimed a company endorsed career quest and hire their graduates, I called the company liquid web to see if they really did, it turns out they never heard of the school or ever hire their graduates. I felt scammed and the school took too much financial aid from me and wanted me to pay them. Immediately left and canceled all my loans going to the school, their degrees and certificates are nothing but paper weights and don't mean anything, this school is a all out scam, beware!!!!!!!!

1 out of 5
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Degree: Medical/Clinical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2010

$10 grand in debt from there and I graduated with honors and top test score in my class. Do not waste your money. I am currently in school working towards my masters in psychology.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Medical/Clinical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2014

Please do your research before choosing a school. I made a mistake and I'm paying for it.

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Degree: Medical/Clinical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2014

They prey on the poor its a sales team after your there for awhile they pretend not to know you. I told a university were I went to get my cert they laughed I had to do the program all over again at a community collage. Paid 20,000 rollers for a useless cert. Buyer beware!

1 out of 5
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Degree: Office Management
Graduation Year: 2014

The school is awful. Basically 16,000 dollars just to have something to add to your resume. The "instructors" only have an associates degree, most of them have no field experience. They hire students to be instructors right after graduating. You take nothing from the classes. You only get a week and a half for each course. The student teacher relations are horrible. Admissions lies to you. They basically just want to take your money. You never get the help you need. And while you may have a certificate when you go into a job you will have no idea what you're doing and may end up losing that job because of it. My suggestion, go to a university like ITT Tech. It may take longer but you will be thankful in the long run.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Medical/Clinical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2014

This place is a joke. It is barely accredited. Your credits will not transfer anywhere, and employers in the area know the bad reputation of the school so they will not hire you. You will pay less to get ab actual degree from a community college. CQLC is a FOR PROFIT college - aka they are a business that sells education. They get your money at the beginning so your success is not important to them. The classes are thrown together and not taught by qualified people. You have to use outdated equipment and work amongst endless OSHA violations.

5 out of 5
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Graduation Year: 2013

I enjoyed the small class sizes. When I needed one on one help I got that help. It was amazing to enjoy small class sizes and helping others learn around you. Also we had a small study group made by our class mates and invited others that needed help.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Medical Insurance Specialist/Medical Biller
Graduation Year: 2011

Had the worse experience ever going there. They didnt help you out when you need the help. But most of all what made me so mad about CCLC was when it was time for me to take the test so I can get my certification they changed the teat and didnt even tell me so I failed the whole test and told me I have to repay to take the test and thats some BS. So I dont have my certification and what did I get put of it NOTHING just wasted my time and money. So I dont recommend no one to go to this school and go to somewhere else that wouldnt screw you over.

2 out of 5
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Degree: Medical/Clinical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2014

This school is a joke. I found only two teachers were helpful while I attended Career quest. Originally we had 6 weeks classes, now we have 3 week classes. You can't learn anything in 3 weeks. I paid for this education that I honestly do not even remember. My first term was awesome, I had great teachers. Then they switched to the 3 week classes and its horrible. Teachers come and go. I graduate soon and they change teachers as much as I change socks. Some of my classmates were beyond childish. This is a college program they act like they're still in grade school. Students got caught cheating red handed and there was absolutely nothing done about it. They care more about the money then the student. Now I must say two of the teachers actually care about the students. My friend went through a horrible incident and felt like she could only go to our teacher, and she did. Our teacher was so companionate and told her if there was anything she could do for my friend let her know. they were so easy to talk to and get along with. They helped you understand what you were learning, if you didn't know they would go out of their way to find an answer for you. I had a teacher who was absolutely horrible. I didn't learn a thing in her class. If you didn't get something you would have to figure it out your self, she was beyond rude. ill admit it she was the B Word. I do not recommend this school if you want a proper education, if you want to waste money then yes come here. Save your money save your time.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2013

This is by far the worst educational experience I have had. This school promised a quality education with transferrable credits in the event you want to continue with future degrees. Vast majority of the credits ARE NOT recognized by Lansing Community College as an example. Many students are passed and given credit for a course whether they have earned it or not. It is all about the numbers for this school. The classroom environment was often times ridiculous with unruly, poorly behaved students who could not comply with a dress code, or sit in class and pay attention. Cell phone use, texting, using classroom computers for other than classwork during class, the list goes on to the disruption that occurred on a daily basis. I paid cash for a program that I had hoped would provide me with a recognized certification to add to an already solid resume of work experience. I started out thinking this would be a great addition to my work history and give me a more specialized field to work in. The more classes I attended, the more my attitude changed. I felt like I was on a sinking ship. Students start programs with such hope and the longer they attend, the attitudes change drastically. The teaching staff would change sometimes two or three times for a course because the instructor had issues with management or was unable to get along with students. You may sit in class for days without an instructor. There were student boycotts, students leaving class because they were fed up with either the instructor or lack of one. There is just too much about this school that needs revamping in order to make it worth considering. Hindsight is 20/20. I should have stayed with original plan of LCC. It would have taken a little longer for certification and degree but I would have spent less money and learned a lot more. What is more is I would have been proud of what I had accomplished and where I accomplished it. I am embarrassed to be associated with this "institution".

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