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Degree: Medical/Clinical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2014

LOOK ELSEWHERE! This so called school is a scam. The medical assisting program cost twice as much as any other school's offering this diploma, $16,000 for one year. The instructors nor the adminstration deal with any issues: bullying amonst students, financial aid issues and explaining where the money is being spent toward this diploma, supplying used laptop's that cost twice what you could purchase for new in any retail setting and having no warranty to handle problems ( this laptop would not download the programs needed for classes, so it sat at home and I had to purchase books to complete a quarter yet I was charged $700 for the laptop and program- no refunds), so-called externships that are a joke and do not offer the student any formal training toward the field of study not to mention that you are expected to fulfill 180 hours in 6 weeks and unable to work with an employer during this time and they place you at places that are 30 to 40 miles one-way from the school so the cost of gas is a killer. Due to the fact that I have nothing to fall back on for training and this diploma offers nothing to a respected employer I am stuck working for a chiropractor @ $10.75 per hour and work a second job at nights and weekends just to make my school loans and rent. I have actually lost my car because I fell behind on payments because I am so in debt from this terrible experience. Spend my days taking the bus to one job and walking to the other jobs and get a few hours of sleep when I can. Not what I wanted to do for my life and career. Find another program at a well known community college and walk into a career not a life of hell.

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