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5 out of 5
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Graduation Year: 2010

I am sharing this review of Fortis College Online from Centerville, OH. I personally loved the school. Everyone I came in contact with (and there were A LOT of people) were so helpful. The instructors were there ANYTIME you needed them. They offered their email addresses and their phone numbers (and sometimes even their cell numbers). I could not have asked for a better student adviser. She was absolutely wonderful. Anytime I had a question, concern or anything she was there. I would recommend this school to anyone that wants a caring faculty and a positive atmosphere.

4 out of 5
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I am a single mother, work full time, and found this to be a great option for me. I had an excellent relationship with my admissions advisor and my financial aid representative. I am still attending and enjoy my classes! When ever I need assistance I know I can call them if I need anything.

4 out of 5
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I went to Fortis College to complete my application process and paid $45.00 dollars. When I spoke to a Rep she told me that I needed a higher GPA from my previous PN program to attend this college and told me that she will refund what i paid by sending it in a form of a check. When I looked up the information about admission requirements, I did not find this info anywhere. I am truly dissapointed with their ethical practices.

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Save your money. This school is over priced. Your better off taking this at a technical college. Their pass rate is 1 out of 50. Their staff is very unprofessional. The program is unorganized. They don't provide the proper hands on traing.

They pretend through assesments. They don't use acutual equipment. It's not ran like a college. Please research the school's pass rate and pricing to other schools.

Their EMS dept is horrible. They are not organized or professional. Please research the school's national pass rate before entering. They are triple the price of technical colleges that offers the same program.

The school is filthy. Their bathroom is always out of order. The air condition has not worked for months. Please research other schools before making your decision.

4 out of 5
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I have a degree in criminal justice from RETS. I didnt have any problems with this school. I loved going to RETS. The only thing i did not like was I did not get any of my grant or loan money sent to me. I did not like that because what ever was left I wanted it sent to me, but they did send it to my loan lender. All the money that was left was sent directly to them and I did get receipts for everything they sent to the loan company. Even though i wanted my money, it will be better for me in the long run if it were sent to the loan lender because that money has to be paid back anyway.

4 out of 5
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I received a pell grant for school. After I had graduated from school and finished my course of study; I received a letter from the school that I had a pell grant refund--tell me why they kept telling me that the money wasn't mind, and that they sent it back to the Dept. of Ed. I called Dept of Ed and they said they didnt send the pell back to them.

WHO HAS IT? NOT ME... RETS college is now saying that they never give any students a refund of "their" unused grants. NEVER!!! I've been in college before and I know that the pell grant money belongs to the student once all the expenses are paid. GO TO A SCHOOL WERE IF YOU ARE ENTITLED TO YOUR MONEY THEY WILL GLADLY GIVE IT TO YOU.

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