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1 out of 5
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Degree: Business Administration and Management, General
Graduation Year: 2002

I attended the Syracuse NY Campus out of high school. I got my associate degree in Business and played soccer for the school. I felt I was taken advantage of due to the fact that I didn't speak English well and did not understand what I was signing up for. When I graduated I transferred to a State University at Buffalo and none of my credits were transferable. I wasted a year and half and was $20K in debt. I am doing great now with a Master degree and a great salary but attending BSC was one of the worst decision I have ever made in my life. I wish no one choose to go to that school. I have prevented few students from Attending the school because I never want what happened to me to another person.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2012

This school sucks. When I tell you. I started in 2010. Graduated in Dec. 2012. They do not help with job placement. I have over $40,000 in school loan debt because of this fraudulent school. This is a warning. DO NOT GO THIS SCHOOL. Fraud! Fraud! -BS

1 out of 5
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Degree: Criminal Justice/Safety Studies
Graduation Year: 2016

This is the worst "college" in existence. Hands down! The branch in downtown Cleveland, Ohio in particular. It's full of low-based, DISRESPECTFUL, hostile students. They let ANYONE IN, just to keep their doors open. IT SHOULD BE CLOSED. You will be exposed to, hostility, disrespect and nonsense repeatedly. Its run like a public high-school. Many are enrolled just so to keep their welfare benefits and/or ordered from the courts to go to school or get a job. Many will call you out your name, while the staff does nothing but penalize you if you dare speak on the low based behaviors and outright threats of violence. You are to keep silent and ignore it all. The atmosphere is not conducive to a learning environment AT AL. You WILL be penalize immensely, even your graduation date threatened if you dare speak up. They CODDLE the disrespectful students. Many are illiterate. Teachers even hate this "college" in secret and secretly look for employment elsewhere. Many quit. There's a revolving door. The work is no challenge. i think it's substandard to meet the illiteracy that's rampant. I was a straight A student, dean's list, from the start. I had one more quarter to go before receiving my Associates in Criminal Studies...which is what they call it now. I'm transferring!! They rip you off too. It's far too expensive with many " hidden fees". You can get a 4yr. degree MUCH cheaper at any college. I regret I attended. My daughter warned me, "mommy don't go there, that school is ghetto". They have a low graduation rate due to the low-based students they admit, who are happy with a D+. It's a hostile and ugly environment and not worth it AT ALL. Many companies will not hire students from this college due to the terrible reputation it has.....ghetto students. Those who like this college are more than likely those I'm speaking of. Its high-school all over again. Grown folks who never grew up and can't write or speak intelligently or act with any sense of civility at all. Many don't return because of it and due to the enormous bill. In addition, you'll have some classes that's mandatory, instructed by social workers, not professors/teachers. It has a "welfare" feel to it. It DOES NOT have an academic feel at all. Please, please enroll elsewhere!!

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1 out of 5
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Degree: Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
Graduation Year: 2015

I can only say I'm embarrassed to have ever gone to BS (pun intended) but I was in need of a job after a divorce. I hoped this would be a good way to re-enter the job maket after being away for a while. What a mistake.. The teachers were consistently bottom of the barrel, unprepared, indifferent, and willing to lower the standards to get a higher student review. The only well run department was finacial services. I decided after two semesters not to waste any more time there. The only thing I learned there was never to hire at BS student for my own business.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Business, Management, Marketing, and Related Support Services, Other
Graduation Year: 2016

I am actually still a student at the Hampton, Virginia BSC campus and I must say this is one of the best colleges I have ever been to. I have attended about four other colleges before BSC and I was never motivated to complete a degree program. This campus is literally like family. My husband and I both attend full time and we have literally made BSC our home. The financial aid advisors could be better but student services is wonderful, they are real, honest, and really help you figure out the best educational path for your planned outcome. All of the credits I have obtained at other colleges have been utilized in one way or another. Many non-program related were placed as electives which really helped with a fast graduation date! I am so excited to be completing school with a BBA in General Management but will be sad to leave all my friends at BSC!!! I highly recommend this school. BTW kid college is great as well! They literally leave no reason for an excuse not to finish school. They have thought of it all!

1 out of 5
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Degree: Nursing Education
Graduation Year: 2014

Go to a real college. Your credits will not transfer! The instructors lack the knowledge to educate sudents. Instructor messed up final by implementing incorrect answers.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Criminal Justice/Law Enforcement Administration
Graduation Year: 2015

Before being pressured into going to this school by the Rep, I considered a different school and really wish I had. First SOME of the instructors are probably rented off of craigslist because they don't teach. You walk in and you have to guess what your suppose to be working on. There are some good instructors. I had a harassment problem with one of the administrative rep because she was jealous..  I went to hire up and wrote a letter to the HR director after she continued to tell students that I "told" on her.. EXCUSE ME?? IM PAYING FOR THIS!!!! Needless to say nothing got done and I still have to see this woman everyday at school. Yay for me! Its got to the point of being so uncomfortable in the classrooms because the whole school now knows and they talk amongst each other. 14 consecutive days you miss you're kicked out of school. Yeah I go every 13 days... SMH

4 out of 5
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Degree: Medical/Clinical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2015

Yes Bryant and Stratton is expensive, Yes the work is hard, Yes the instructors have certain expectations of their students. And sometimes the FA department messes up. But on the other hand don't go to a school if you feel it is too expensive, if you are not going to apply yourself like you want to succeed, if you don't want the instructors to care about you and push you to do your best. If your concerned about your Financial Aid keep track of it yourself , talk to your FA counselor. Lets be adults and be responsible for yourself. I go to Bryant and Stratton and expect to graduate this Spring what I don't expect is for someone to land a job for me. There is no promise that they will "get" you a job. Will they help you look for one? Will they help you practice interviewing? Yes they will. I am not going to say that I have had all positive experiences. I have had an instructor who made me cry but I got over it, I've had an instructor who was horrible. I complained to my advisor as did several other students. But you know what I have gained? A sense of accomplishment and pride. College no matter where you go is what you put into it. Don't expect a free ride. For the first time ever I am a 4.0 student because I worked for it. Really worked hard. I can't thank the instructors enough, even the bad ones. After looking at several small private colleges I'm glad I went to B&S. Overall it has been an awesome experience.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Criminal Justice/Police Science
Graduation Year: 2012

I didn't even graduate from this school and I owe $16,000. I believe some of that is because financial aid made a mistake and went by my parents income. I was 22 with a child at the time. Even if they did not make a mistake, this school is overpriced and the jobs they get you, if any, don't pay enough. It's not worth it. I finished at a better school where financial aid covered 100% of my tuition.

3 out of 5
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Degree: Medical Administrative/Executive Assistant and Medical Secretary
Graduation Year: 2012

Financial aid office needs to be better. Call or contact students if they need to bring papers in before registering, and not a week before

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