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Charter College Online Reviews - Certificate in Dental Assistant

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Degree: Dental Assistant
Graduation Year: 2012

This is a school i do not reccommend. The first 2 weeks eere fine until we were stuck there we basically learned things on our own through books when we were told everything was hnds on. Half the teachers there had no idea what they were teaching and now 5 years later im told im in collection when i have been paying since i started school there. That was the worst mistake i could have done and now im paying for it years later. Money gone to waste, literally today i was told my account was in collection? So where was all my money going to?

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Degree: Dental Assistant
Graduation Year: 2016

I graduated from charter in 2015. It took me about two weeks to find a great job I always wanted. I think I did the best investment ever. Teachers were very helpful and always gave me the right advise. I only have a comment though, the registrar made a mistake and mistyped my name, I had to get it corrected but that is the only problem I have had. I highly recommend !!!

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Degree: Dental Assistant
Graduation Year: 2015

This school gave no help to actually succeed and pass all mods. Teachers didnt really care. They act like they care to get you into the school, then just leave you hanging. Check out another school and dont get into debt over this school. The student loan dept is a joke as well. This school is all about making money.

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Degree: Dental Assisting/Assistant
Graduation Year: 2013

THE WORST SCHOOL EVER. They did not give me an exit interview to go over my student loans. There was a federal I didn't even know about. They were sending my statements to North Carolina and I live/ went to school in Washington. I'VE NEVER BEEN TO NORTH CAROLINA. I had a loan through a private loan company called UNISA, Charter College took back my loan... then they sent it to a collection agency ACP. I have no idea how to view my loan now. They are not helpful AT ALL. I would not recommend this school to anyone, ever. Its a joke. Now I have no idea how to deal with my student loan because some sketchy debt collector has it and they threaten people by saying they will have them arrested if they don't pay by a certain time. I'm not sure if what Charter College is doing is legal. It needs to stop! Before more people are taken advantage of. They did not prepare me for the dental field at all. All they care about is $$ not the students. They have a high turn over rate due to the fact they treat their employees so poorly. This school should be SHUT DOWN. My advice to anyone thinking about attending Charter College, DO NOT ENROLL, RUN FAR, FAR AWAY!!! OH and did I mention that they say Charter College is an accredited school when they are NOT. So if you go to Charter College and later want to further your career, you will have to start all over, nothing transfers and Charter is not accredited to DANB. HORRIBLE SCHOOL. HORRIBLE.

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Degree: Dental Assisting/Assistant
Graduation Year: 2015

A complete money scam. It's a waste of money and time. I have a 4.0 and still didn't come out with the education or job I desired and worked so hard for. Teachers and curriculum is scattered and unorganized. Rda papers were sent under the wrong year, CPR cards were lost and the clinic was unorganized and unprofessional.

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Degree: Dental Assisting/Assistant
Graduation Year: 2014

SCAM! I have never been to a school with low morals! I would have much rather not have been a lazy bum and finished community college! They promise you so much and get you no where! New students I recommend community college you will regret this so!.

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