Miller-Motte College Online Reviews
I suggest that no one ever attend this school physically or mentally. They are very unprofessional and unorganized. There are few instructors with just as much knowledge as yourself about the course. Financial aide department s****. Right now I'm in the process of a law suit against them and after reading many other reviews on different sites I am gonna win. They are ridiculously overcharging us for unnecessary things such as transportation, housing and food. We drive our own vehicles, we pay rent or mortgage where we sleep at night, and struggle feeding our families. They are messing over the right one now. After contacting some of the head people such as executives of the company I have noticed they changed the name of the school. That alone says how crocked they are.
I went to MMTC in Clarksville and am appalled by the lack of professionalism with some of their instructors. They are supposed to be invested in the futures of their students but aren't. Not at all. I've heard them badmouthing their own students to one another and to the students they liked. They don't grade you based on how hard you work, it's more or less determined by whether or not they like you as a person and watch out if they decide for whatever reason they dislike you. I wouldn't recommend this school to my worst enemy!
Before I enrolled at Miller-Motte I was previously enrolled in another dental assisting program at a near-by school. Had it not been for that I probably would not have appreciated the transfer as much. Here at Miller-Motte classes are small and teacher-student interaction is personal. Before coming here I was cramming all time because there was so much to learn in such a little amount of time. Clinic was the worst because you were under intense pressure and could only mess up twice, or get dropped from the program. Here at Miller-Motte you get lots of practice and have access to clinical areas for training and studying purposes. Not to mention that there is a DDS on the campus to assist instuctors and to properly train the student assistants. I've learned more than I ever expected to know about dental assisting and I owe it to the dental staff at Miller-Motte Techncal College.