TESST College of Technology Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (5)
When I studied Computer Networking which in 2011 was known as Networking Information systems at my college, I was excited about the program because I was going to learn what pushes a computer to do what it does, and indeed I did learn a whole lot. I was fascinated to know behind a computer are codes and when put on the screen it comes out in a language. From what I can see, five years later this program has expanded very much because technology is now ruling the world. Many people that I come across are now enrolling in the computer network program or even changing their program to it.
This school was a rip-off when I went. The cost you pay isn't worth the money. Its best to go to a community college and pay 95% less and get more for your money.
The school was great just have the students doing more in class then just talk. Everything else was great like the online work was really good. I think just in class they need student to do more hands-on and push them to do the hands-on. The teacher was nice, might be too nice cause we didn't do much in class. but other then that, school is easy just have to do your work and you could pass easy. I have learn a lot and can't wait to graduate. I do recommend this school to people out there that don't want to go for a four year college, this school can take you somewhere better then after a year in school.
Started requiring uniforms in the middle of the certificate program and have now started calling the police to charge students for Treaspassing that were not in uniform. Had one student arrested that was wearing the uniform under his coat but was cold and wanted to wear his coat.
Also, found out that most community colleges will not accept credits transferred from this college.
I went to the pharmacy tech program and it was a total waste of money. You can get the same certificate from a community college for about 1500 dollars. It should be illegal for them to rip people off the way they do. I would not tell anyone to attend this school.