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2.3 out of 5
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Fortis College
2.3 out of 5
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1 out of 5
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Graduation Year: 2016

People please do your research when entering this types of schools I know you want a faster degree but this people are mainly their for money I feel bad for them that they have to push students into getting to their school please go to mdc or fiu where there are real college AMD university schools or Broward .Don't go for the easy way because this schools will put you in debt.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Surgical Technology/Technologist
Graduation Year: 2010

This school is a rip off they are only interested in money not students success. Schools like this should be closed. Once You are sitting in that seat the niceness switch is turned off and there is no real effort to support you in finding employment.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Clinical/Medical Laboratory Technician
Graduation Year: 2017

I feel that this school is a rip off. It cost like 39,000 for the full 2 year program. The teachers here are extremely rude and disrespectful to their students. We have talked to the dean about it, he doesn't care to do anything about it, we talked to our directors of our individual programs, they do nothing. \its a shame that you invest so much money and time to go there, but is under stress everyday. There are certain teachers who don't like to answer questions and some that do not know the material at all. But the constant yelling in our faces like we are children, slamming doors in our faces is ridiculous. You can make great money in this field, but the treatment you get at this school is unacceptable. Every group have complained about the same thing from surgical techs, radiology techs, and etc. I have seen teachers quit, even personnel who worked in the offices because they didn't like working here. If I would have known this school was like this, I would have never attended here. Please invest your money some where else because this school only see people as a price tag, and not as a student to help further their education. I am an A student, but am so stressed about attending certain classes because of the treatment.

4 out of 5
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Degree: Emergency Medical Technology/Technician (EMT Paramedic)
Graduation Year: 2016

The school is Mobile, Al was great. Enrolled into the EMT-B and later the EMT-A classes and enjoyed the classes. In the field I feel prepared for things I am presented with. The instructors were awesome open to questions and giving personal examples for most questions as well as some "street tips" for some scenarios. Financial office was near non-existent. But the program head always had their door open for questions. I would definitely recommend the program.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Clinical Laboratory Science/Medical Technology/Technologist
Graduation Year: 2016

I've had the most horrible experience in my life during my enrollment in this school. It seems as it's just for profit. I was made aware that I had reached my life time loan limit just weeks before my finish date. So, instead of me getting a refund I owe the school. FA was very unprofessional. How did this get missed? So, now I may or may not be able to graduate with my class.

4 out of 5
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Degree: Clinical/Medical Laboratory Technician
Graduation Year: 2017

I am shocked to see such negative comments about this school but anyways I can only speak for myself and for MY program. The teachers and even the director of the program is very involved with us. They genuinely care about our studies and helps in any way they can. I feel like really learn a lot in my classes because the Hijazis are such great teachers. They really take the time to make sure you understand what is being taught. The work load is intense but its because its such a fast paced program but you really will learn. Our director stays on top of EVERYTHING & even send emails regarding new opportunities. All the MLTs that have graduated are currently employed or have continued there education. I am very excited that I am attending this campus & get to interact with such great teachers.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Dental Hygiene/Hygienist
Graduation Year: 2018

I was really excited to go to this school when I first started. I had two friends that had gone there and were currently working as Hygienists. So that's a good thing. However, I feel like the quality of education I am getting is actually really bad. Other Dental Hygiene schools in the area didn't have anything good to say about Fortis either. I had teachers passing us when we were all failing tests (literally failing, 60% was a high score) just to pass us and move us along the program, just reading slides they didn't even make, falling asleep during class, it was awful. The financial aid office is just one lady who doesn't really know what she's doing. It is always so hard to get a straight answer about tuition and books. The school does an "estimate" for what your books will cost each quarter (usually $450) and charge you, even if your books don't end up costing that much, or you deny your books and buy them from amazon. It really feels like all they care about is getting paid. I was also lied to about the degree, when I was applying I was told that the dental hygiene degree was a bachelor's program, and one other girl in my class said they told her the same thing. It's just an associates, which is fine, you won't get paid any less as a hygienist for only having an associates, you just have less opportunity for future career options, and if you have a bachelor's it is always easier to get a job over someone with a lower degree. Overall, I would not recommend this school to anyone. I am currently trying to transfer schools, I have heard that the credits won't transfer anywhere (That should tell you something right there) but I am still trying. The girls in my class are great and some of the teachers are very helpful and really care about you, but the school overall doesn't feel like a college, just poorly taught classes with a desire to get as much money out of you as possible.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Engineering Technology/Technician
Graduation Year: 2016

Poor use of resources as far as teaching goes the instructors are superb gentleman but are horrible teachers and do not take their job seriously as far as the institution as a whole it is not treated fairly the night classes do not receive the same attention as the day classes and the library is not available for night students.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2016

I have read all of these reviews before attending this school and honestly was terrified but went through my decision anyways...I'm glad I did because Fortis is a great school the teachers help out so much and really want you to succeed. The teachers actually teach you and make sure you learn. Everything is very organized! I think maybe it depends on the campus because Pensacola campus pass rate and job placement rate is over 80% in both areas ! You get what you put into it as well but I know Pensacola campus is an awesome school and I can't wait to graduate

1 out of 5
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Degree: Nurse Practitioner (NP)
Graduation Year: 2016

DO NOT GO TO THIS SCHOOL!!! It is terrible. I go to Centerville, OH campus; biggest joke and waste of time. Most unorganized place imaginable. Our instructor is never there (5/12 classes) and when she was all she did was read slides that we had in front of us. So we pay $35,000 to have someone read to us when she actually shows up?!?! Our clinical hours were messed up so bad they almost had to have us drop the quarter and retake the classes because another instructor we had wasn't legally aloud to teach us! (They've been reported to the board by our whole class). The DoN only cares about herself, when we would go to her for help she pushed us away or say she didn't have an answer. The "state of the art" SiMS lab is the only good thing about this place, but only when there's a teacher who actually knows how to use it. When I went to the president of the school to discuss these concerns about our classes and hours his responses were ridiculous saying we signed a paper stating we understand that our schedule is subject to change. HA! Joke! I talked to an attorney and they even stated it isn't covered. The financial aid department doesn't know what they're doing. When I called her to discuss my balance (when I had a stipend) she said it was a glitch in the system only to get a phone call, BY HER 2 weeks later letting me know I owe the amount I received on my stipend plus $1300 and I wasn't eligible for a payment plan. I could keep going on and an but I won't. I hope this review gives some help to those considering this joke of a school. I can't wait until I get my money back from them ;)

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