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Degree: Medical Billing & Coding
Graduation Year: 2015

I would not got to this one they make it sound good because it is a online degree program , but in turn the cost is so high you walk away owed loans about 50,000 this is after the deplete your Pell grants and any other grants. I kept telling them that they were charging me more than what the program costed and every time they just said no this is correct. And no courses from this college will transfer to a another college so if your wanting to further your career you have to start all over again. I think that the federal government should step in and refund have UMA refund all of their students the cost that they spent. There should be something that little people can do to get help.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Health Sciences
Graduation Year: 2016

This school was the best school I had ever attended! The staff was helpful in finding any information needed for you. Not only that, the student advisors were so into you and your well being, that they would call you to check on you and also had a listening ear for when you needed someone to talk to. They are very helpful!!! I LOVE THIS SCHOOL and looking forward to attending one of their SISTER schools to go further into my education!!!

5 out of 5
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Degree: Healthcare Information Systems
Graduation Year: 2017

HIT is a great program! UMA/HIT is accredited through CAHIIM which is the accrediting body of AHIMA and UMA is accredited/recognized by the US Dept of ED. You can confirm this via US Dept of Education website. I'm really enjoying my learning experience. I'm learning what's required and so much more that will aide me in my career in Health Information Management. The learner advisors as well as the coaches are available to help you succeed and you will succeed if you are dedicated and determined. UMA is a wonderful choice!

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5 out of 5
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Degree: Medical Administrative/Executive Assistant and Medical Secretary
Graduation Year: 2017

PLEASE DON'T LISTEN TO THE NEGATIVE REPORTS UMA ROCKS! If you didn't succeed there it had to be on the individual because everything they said they was about they fulfilled it and more. I never had a problem any information I requested and needed help with they was there. Like anywhere there is a protocol you must follow now if you didn't follow that then there will be consequences. UMA taught me the best...

1 out of 5
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Degree: Medical Billing & Coding
Graduation Year: 2017

Do Not go here this school is a scam big time I would have gone to a community college had I known about this school no one has ever heard of this school and if they have none of it is good I had a friend of mine literally laugh when she found out I was attending this school FYI she is a doctor. I started out taking the associate degree in medical coding and billing but decided to take the certificate course instead because they get you all started with coding then switch gears on you a throw you into biology and English well for starters if I needed to take those courses they should have been first then they do not teach you proper medical terminology which is a big part of this job I have a feeling I've just wasted alot of money and alot of time with this school.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Medical Administrative/Executive Assistant and Medical Secretary
Graduation Year: 2018

This is my first time ever attending college! Let me tell you, I am truly blessed to be attending UMA! I have looked at over a dozen of online school most were scams, don't care about your needs,just wanted money ans were a profit school. My friend who now graduated Uma in march 2017 with her bachelor's degree in billing and coding told me I needed to check out her school. I did. I did some research on it found out it was in the top 10. Before choosing my career as a Medical administrative assistant... I chose billing and coding. After talking to advisors they helped me choice Medial administrative assistant and asked me to take the quiz on there website. It helps fit you with the best program. I'm now in my 3rd week of college and have A+. The courses are easy and very understandable. There is a catch.... of you need help they have coaches for you which I call all the time. When i say all the time probably 5-10 times a day when I need help or better understanding my assignment. They literally hold your hand and walk you thru every step. best school ever. Stop looking at all these other school, let go of the stress on your plate. CHOOSE UMA. They choose you!

5 out of 5
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Degree: Medical Billing & Coding
Graduation Year: 2018

DO NOT BELIEVE THE NEGATIVE REVIEWS!!!!!!! This school is awesome you don't have to start paying on your student loans until 6 months after graduation unless you want to start paying sooner. If you want your disbursements then you have to call and ask for the remaining amount and they will send it to you. The staff is great and very helpful in everything. They are not all about the money they actually care about your future and help prepare you for a job and interviews and with your resume. If people are leaving negative reviews then they obviously wasn't doing something right. So don't believe the horrible things you hear about this school. I am a review person and if I have a bad experience I will be the first to let you know but this school absolutely wonderful I recommend to anyone. I actually have a friend of mine who chose this school as well and she loves it. UMA ROCKS

2 out of 5
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Degree: Healthcare Management
Graduation Year: 2016

They were so helpful during my time there but afterwards it was a different story. No support of any kind. Career services suck horribly. My thoughts exactly. No changing of words or mind. Now that I think about it, I would have chosen another school with a better reputation, commitment, and long term assistance.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Human Services
Graduation Year: 2018

This school has ruined my life and my credit. I'm halfway through my program (9 months in) and I am $18,000 in debt. Also my degree will be useless in Louisiana and my credits will not transfer. Run away from this school if they call or you'll regret it. Trust me on this. I am seeking legal action because of all the loans I had to take out unnecessarily. An associates degree should NOT cost $30,000. These people lied to me and pushed me to enroll and by the time I realized they were scamming me it was too late. Please take my advice and do NOT enroll and if you have just enrolled here, withdraw now while you are still debt free. I qualify for full government financial aid, meaning I get the MAXIMUM amount for federal grants and that was more than enough to pay my tuition. But these sharks find every way to charge more and more every semester. They will talk and build you up when you first enroll and you will love them. I did too my first semester. But don't fall for it. These people a trained to motivate you. You will also more than likely have a 3.5 or higher GPA and get praised over and over every time you talk to them. It's all a scam. Every online student is an honor roll student. Then things start to change after they have you trapped and you are thousands of dollars in debt. You can't transfer to a legitimate school because no school accepts your credits and you can't quit. To all of your that just enrolled, please think about getting out while you still have time.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Medical Office Assistant/Specialist
Graduation Year: 2017

I AM BEGGING YOU PLEASE DO NOT GO TO THIS SCHOOL THEY MAKE YOU JUMP THROUGH SO MANY LOOPS TO GET YOUR MONEY BECAUSE THEY WANT TO KEEP IT YOU CAN GO TO SCHOOL SOME WHERE ELSE FOR MUCH CHEAPER!!!!! ALL THE MONEY YOU PAY JUST TO GET A ASSOCIATE DEGREE IS TERRIBLE!!!!! THIS PLACE IS TERRIBLE AND NEEDS TO BE SHUT DOWN THE CLASSES ARE EASY BUT IT WILL DO NOTHING BUT LEAVE YOU IN DEBT!!!!

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