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1 out of 5
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Degree: Business Administration
Graduation Year: 2015

This place was great. At first. I started off doing a certificate program, took a short break, did the associates program, took another short break, and then finished my bachelor's degree. It was easy to enroll each time. No problems there at all. What sucked is that there was NO help. At all. I basically got my degree through Google. The material they give you half the time is only opened about once or twice, then you have to Google the rest. The math classes were the worst. If I have a formula, I can figure it out quick. No formulas were given. Just answer this question and we'll grade you on it. Again, had to Google what the teacher wanted because they never answered emails. Fast forward to graduating with my bachelor's degree and I look into getting my Master's. I call and ONLY THEN am told/find out that they don't take financial aid for a Master's degree. When talking to the lady on the phone, I said "Okay, then how much would it cost?" She goes on to say "Around $3,000 a month." I didn't say anything because I was absolutely floored. She LAUGHED. LAUGHED and said "I guess you're not quite there financially huh, honey?" I hung up. Treated like dirt and/or a number since day one. They offered to make a resume, and when they did, I was told by other professionals that it was horrible in every aspect. When asking them for help finding a job they pointed me to my local staffing agency instead of helping me find a job like they promised. I have a Bachelor's degree that I can't even really boast about because 90% is Google and the other 10% is shame for being in debt 50k for it. The degree feels useless as well. Even with all of my reception and basic business administration backgrounds, I have a hard time finding a job. I should have actually gone to a university. Lesson learned.

4 out of 5
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Degree: Allied Health
Graduation Year: 2017

I am a graduate of Charter College and have an Associate degree. I am also attending Charter now in pursuit of a Bachelors degree in Healthcare Management. I read some of the negative reviews and strongly disagree. No school that you attend can give you a job after graduation. Charter is an institution for grown ups. Yes the classes are hard. If you need to be baby sat to do your work this is not the college for you. If you need help just ask for it. I have been treated very well by Charter. And I have asked for help many times and promptly received it each time. Getting a College degree is one of the hardest things I have ever done. But so worth it.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2017

The school does as best as it can, I see a lot of comments about job placement and work. No school can guarantee a job after graduation, they state they will help you get prepared and ready for the field. SMH The programs are perfect for something with a busy schedule, being a mother that's exactly what I needed. I would recommend this school if you're looking for something quick and direct to the career field. Honestly, do your research or go visit a campus to get your own opinion.

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2 out of 5
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Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2010

Charter College never placed me for work after Graduation. I Graduated with High Honors, had a wonderful teacher (N). The school only took my money, never followed thru with all their promises! I DO NOT RECOMMEND THIS SCHOOL AT ALL!!!!!! Bad bad

5 out of 5
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Degree: Science & Math
Graduation Year: 2019

I am so excited to be in school again, and fast track too. I have attended a few colleges in my past, and I have a degree, but it was time for another one, self-enrichment. I can work online, and anything I need that is not online, I simply go to the campus here in Anchorage for help. From admissions to classes, the academic advisors, financial aid processors and the school president, the team effort is phenomenal and all in the best interest of my education. I highly recommend this school for those who can work online, and are looking to make their life better. If your life has not been what you expected it to be, or if you just want a little more from life, get your education. If you need to work to support a family or just yourself, the fast track at Charter in Anchorage can help you get there. To say I am thrilled to be in school on this campus is an understatement.

1 out of 5
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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?

1 out of 5
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Degree: Accounting
Graduation Year: 2011

Attended Charter College in Vancouver WA 2010-2011, have to say their sells people are really good. Charter has done nothing for me except how to ruin debt. Not just mine, but my fathers as well, due to me being under twenty-four years of age. This school was just built, they didn't have all the equipment, that they do now. There was students teaching students. Teachers were pretty good. But the Dean was fired after my graduation. All the financial Aid staff has been replaced. Our Graduation was not on time. My class was suppose to graduate in June 2011 but was held off till October 2011 remind you my certificate expires in June 2012, On top of that, the put me in my internship five weeks early, Switching my Day classes to Night Classes, Which the courses Night Class was going over, Day class has already covered. So as Day Class kept going through their courses opposite of night, I still had to take the test from the Day shift class.. I didn't do well, I barley had time to study for day class course on what the teacher went over. Anyways I failed my NCCT by two points, Charter then pulled me from my internship, Stated that I was no longer cover by their insurance while I was still going through classes. Two weeks later. they pulled me from College for five weeks till the next Mode to take the NCCT started. Which I did pass. I wasn't able to find a job, due to not having prior experience besides school. of course the only was to get experience is to Volunteer for two to three years. So here I am barely making ends meet. In debt have my father stressing because I can hardly pay off student loans due to making little above Minimum wage. All i really have to say is yes thanking you Charter College for helping put a s**** in my a**.

5 out of 5
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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 !!!

5 out of 5
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Degree: MBA in Management
Graduation Year: 2008

I graduated from this school in 2008. I needed a validation of my carrier after 20 years in Supply Chain Management. Teachers were fantastic and helpful. I got all the support and books I needed to complete my work on time and efficiently. I highly recommend !

1 out of 5
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Degree: Medical Administrative/Executive Assistant and Medical Secretary
Graduation Year: 2010

I am still upset i have to pay for this stupid school loan of $3,000 ! No jobs after graduation! Not a credited school! Their classes dont work if you want to used them to another school! A waste of time ! People who went there for m.a are now housekeepers in hospitals ! Save your money! Do phlebotomy instead !

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