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Degree: Culinary Arts
Graduation Year: 2015

Horrible management great teaching No one cared after teachers Admissions lied Fa lied Total Scam No money spent on students Rats and mice Really gross Only teachers were awesome Tuition a rip off Graduation we had to pay again Really after all that to pay more

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Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2015

I attended the brick campus for medical assisting. My teachers were fantastic, the program was challenging and the clinical instruction prepared me well for my externship. I loved my externship and I am so proud to be a medical assistant. I'd recommend this school to anybody!

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Degree: Culinary Arts
Graduation Year: 2016

I been in class for about a month for culinary and they have a business woman teaching culinary she never been in a kitchen and don't know how to cook and all she does is complain and tell me I need to learn about computers worst school ever don't waste your time

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Degree: Dialysis Technician
Graduation Year: 2016

Unorganized school, I had so many problems with this school it is unreal. I've had so many different teachers since I've been there, so many different staff members. There is always a new president, always new people who don't know what their doing, We as students never know who we can speak to for our problems because no one ever introduced their selves. There are so many teachers who are unprofessional. Its sad. The staff lost so much paper work and don't ever know what's going. I am so happy tomorrow is my LAST day and i will be done with this school. But i did have the best instructor for dialysis Mrs. J.B.she truly was the best and was the reason me and the rest of my class stuck it out.

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Degree: Cooking and Related Culinary Arts, General
Graduation Year: 2000

Started 5/15 at the NYC campus on 14th st. Horrible experience at least. Instructor quit after 2 weeks. Was replaced by 3 instructors rhe next 4. The sub who replaced the remaining 3 mods only yelled and screamed .Demanded we do voluntary work at her low budget catering company during school hours, to help serve food!! Lipstick commercial Equipment you can get at the 99cent store. Not enough ingredients to complete meals. MADE CLASS CLEAN MAJORITY OF TIME(GREASE TRAPS, GARBAGE,Dishes and pots ) 8 students dropped out.Only one made it to externship and they can't measure. Do not waste your time or money. Chef Margot and caterer Kris can care less about you!!

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Degree: Surgical Technology/Technologist
Graduation Year: 2016

I enrolled in class at the brick campus for surgical technology, I would never recommend anyone to go there. I have never had a teacher/instructor who was so unprofessional, and spiteful. This specific teacher will purposely do what she can to jeopardize your grade. For paying 20,000$ I absolutely do not believe I got the education I payed for. They are lazy, hypocritical, and only care about the paycheck they are getting at the end of the week.

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Degree: Food Preparation/Professional Cooking/Kitchen Assistant
Graduation Year: 2015

I highly recommend this school to others. They provided great career training and it prepared me for my current job which I love. The staff and faculty are caring and dedicated to seeing students succeed. Their career services staff is top notch and helped me get connected with my employer. A++

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Degree: Surgical Technology/Technologist
Graduation Year: 2015

This is the worst school on planet earth if you are considering this school don't I did the surgical tech program in 2014 it was horrible they did not provide us with much instruments the teaching was poor the instructor was not knowledgeable about the books at all. I am so upset I waste my time and money going there so please people do not waste your time.

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Degree: Liberal Arts
Graduation Year: 2016

I was in this program in 2014 and I sign up for a good cause being a single mom to better me and my son but it had ups and downs teachers bully me and students all at the same time had to repeat like three classes which I pass and then have one class to repeat again in December so its a hard tech college to go to very competitive you have to be strong. Its no transfrable credits so just to let you know. You do get a exam for free at any site that takes exam to pass this course but you have to make it on your own. And be independent and be mindful you find the job yourself.

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Degree: Human Resources
Graduation Year: 2015

This school is absolutely the worst school I have ever attended. Ms. J. is a rude and disrespecting teacher. She should not be able to teach at any school. She does not know how to talk to her students and has had several complaints about how she conducts herself and the school board.. Mr. C. and Mr. M. allow for her to be disrespectful to her students without being disciplined. They should be ashamed of themselves! They loose more then half their students throughout their course. I am waiting for a refund..Keep looking there are better schools to attend that will treat you with the respect you deserve!!

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