Remington College Reviews

1.6 out of 5 stars
(99 Reviews)
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  • Annual Tuition: $14,906 - $17,000
15% of 99 students said this degree improved their career prospects
20% of 99 students said they would recommend this school to others
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Student & Graduate Reviews

1.4 out of 5 stars
Ok - 3/10/2020
Degree: Culinary Arts
Graduation Year: 2019
"Starting off it was great. They hyped us up talking about the things we would do. Sounded great but should have known it would take a turn for the worst. They ask when you want to schedule class then change your schedule without consulting you. We had a whole cafe that was supposed to be used to sale items we prepared and that never happened. The kitchen was never stocked with what we needed when it came time to cook in the kitchen. Different classes in the kitchen with different instructors and some didn't bother to even clean before leaving. Leaving a mess to clean up before even using the the kitchen. Hopefully it improves sometime soon. I felt like the program was just thrown together to bring in more money with no concern if anyone actually learned anything."
1.0 out of 5 stars
Amanda Robinson - 1/18/2020
Degree: Radiology
Graduation Year: 2015
"I enrolled per the Advertisement of the NCT Tech program. I've always been interested in the medical field because my mother is a nurse. I saw a oppurtunity to get my feet wet as a NCT Tech then was hopeful that when i graduated i would get hired and get promoted from within eventually. This thought was processing through my mind as I was signing my life away. Just like any school your going to have instructors that arent the best but out of this whole program. I kinda got the notion that before they were instructors something must have happened to why they chose to be instructors now. So i pondered .....they were negligent(this could be from paperwork, to billing and coding, etc) and were terminated, they were involved in malpractice suite, terminated for being insubordinate, received education and only completed their intership and didnt have the experience that most employers require, found out they would financially gain as an instructor due to the overly priced loans that the students get approved for once signed on, in my field they call this a concession, or maybe they didnt work well with others and were ask to resigned, or maybe they actually want to teach and mentor which im sure there is a small percentage that do want to be utilized their resource for others to succeed. In my experience this wasnt the case. Yes, instructors would be late, they would not come to class and no substitute was provided, Remington says they accredited but it seems they are only accredited to fail its students. Instructors would have no structure, no plan or program, no dialog, working on a limb to just stay busy and get through the day with juvenile activities like you were in pre-k or middle school. This felt like a complete joke. I was very disapointed. I actually was working full time in business management and going to the night classes. I dont know if the morning classes were more academically advanced then the night. Now ill be paying these student loans until i am in my 60s and this is going to be a big burden. Yes, the medical field is a great field to get in and you will always have to have a mindset of a student. There is always something that would be inhanced or modified for research and hands on friendly to learn. I just advise you to do your research thouroughly and precisely. In my personal opinion Remington is not the way to go to be successful in the medical field. Im surprised that they are still in business but then again im not. The only department thats doing there job is the Marketing, billing, and finacial department. Thats why they are still operating in business by comitting fraud and broken promises. This is a two way ordeal. You show up to class and do your part and the instructors will give you the knowledge you will need. This will not be the case with this school amongst others like it. Dont underestimate yourself, you are better then these programs, theres other resources that will be more beneficial in the long run. It wont be as costly and create a burden of stress. I wish everyone who will read this the best and pray that this predator of a school doesnt prey on its next victim."
1.0 out of 5 stars
Laura - 11/20/2019
Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2018
"This school is horrible they are doing bad things to their students ms latecia is very rude and she used her amount of years she been there and saying like nobody will believe us. She pretends like she care then down u saying she will make u owe all this money but withdrawing u. She always put it like she better than us and like she is so untouchable but I know someone somewhere in corporate cares and hopefully they see her for who she is I will never go back here I have warned so many people about this school please run far. Nobody care but Ms Pam she is the sweetest lady ever I only learned from her smh instructors wouldn’t show up to teach nobody tells us anything all this for over 20,000 of debt. Latecia needs to be fired anytime u use the system for personal use is terrible she is very evil please do not go there I am looking for an attorney or someone to help me and y’all who experience the same r even worse"
1.0 out of 5 stars
Jessica lanae - 11/20/2019
Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2020
"Going to this school was my worst nightmare. Most of the instructors are so rude and they down you a lot. I just started a few months ago and I know I made a terrible mistake most of the instructors don’t even show up to teach you. I literally sat in class over a hour waiting on them and they never came we really need help bc a lot of students are getting railroaded WHERE IS OUR HELP AND PROTECTION this school is crooked help somebody"
1.0 out of 5 stars
My worse nightmare - 11/20/2019
Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2018
"This school is the worst most of the staff are very negative towards the students. They will stand in your face and tell u they will and can pull the plug on you and u will have to pay all the money back for nothing. The lady that’s over medical assistant is very rude she always say she been there for years and can make u get dropped"
1.0 out of 5 stars
A - 9/26/2019
Degree: X-Ray Technician
Graduation Year: 2020
"Current student. I wouldn't recommend this school to my worst enemy. DO NOT ENROLL HERE!! Some of the teachers are great but they academic administration is garbage. There are a few administrators that are willing to help but most of them don't care. They are disorganized and dysfunctional. If you go to them with a concern as a student, they attempt to blow you off and try to pacify the situation without actually creating a solution. It has become evident to me as a student that it is mainly about the money for a lot of the staff. For the money they are charging students it's sad that we receive cheap equipment and scrubs. If interested in a career in the medical field look for somewhere else. Save yourself the headache. Looking for somewhere else to go that will take the credits I obtained here."
4.3 out of 5 stars
A - 9/19/2019
Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2014
"Seems like everyone is unhappy. And bitter. I made a work for me. Yes one or more of my teachers suck but most of them did care and I did gain knowledge. I did get hired as a M/A right after graduation. Some things you can only learn by actually doing them. I love being a M/A and am excited about furthering my career. If you really do not love this type of work it will not work for you."
1.1 out of 5 stars
Liv - 4/30/2019
Degree: HVAC
Graduation Year: 2019
"I an currently going to remington college and its a disaster. Ive been in This school for more then half a year and i feel as i am not learning anything. The teacher is horrible he talks for the whole class time. The higher up are not helpful and blow you off as if they dont care about you for 20000 a year i have yet to feel im getting my moneys worth . I still havent gotten my refund check. And the finacial lady is never here. Im constantly getting told that im not going to make it by my teacher and i feel as if im being discrinanated for me standing up for what is right. I deserve more then what they have to offer me.. point blank do not come to this school."
1.0 out of 5 stars
Marco - 4/22/2019
Degree: Network Security
Graduation Year: 2004
"I have regretted it from the first year....it took that long to realize that it was a joke....that is why they keep selling and changing the Name was denver college, then education america and now Remington college....what a total waste of time. it was supposed to be a microsoft based learning...but what we got was not current programming training....the world was moving to .net and they were still pushing visual basic...."
1.4 out of 5 stars
M Davis - 1/7/2019
Degree: Business
Graduation Year: 2016
"Remington started out to be a good choice until I graduated and did not receive my diploma. I waited about six months for them to mail it to me. When I finally got in touch with someone from the online bachelor program they told me that I owed money to the school and that I would not be receiving my diploma. It was funny that the VA paid for my schooling but I owed Remington. They are crooks and I would not recommend them to my worst enemy."