Remington College Reviews

1.6 out of 5 stars
(99 Reviews)
  • Multiple Locations
  • 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

1.0 out of 5 stars
Joanie - 1/31/2015
Degree: Medical Billing & Coding
Graduation Year: 2009
"I didnt learn anything from this experience other than to never trust a recruiter..never got a job. They said they would help me find a job in my area but kept trying to send me job opportunities miles away. I would ask questions and the teachers didnt know the answers. They did very little to try to answer them. BIG waist of my time but most importantly my money. Very costly mistake..VERY costly. They said if you missed during the day you could come at night but they werent even on the same chapter. One teacher was really good, Mr Newburn, but the other 3 were horrible. Sure wish i could remember their names but they either read the book word for word as if we couldnt do that on our own, taught us nothing but abbreviations, or goofed off the whole time. I RECOMMEND YOU RUN FAR AWAY FROM THIS SCHOOL LOL 4REAL!!!"
1.0 out of 5 stars
Leon - 1/3/2015
Degree: Medical Billing & Coding
Graduation Year: 2008
"Please please do not attend Remington College, they are in it to make money off of you they have no interest in your education at all. Please be on the look for a CSR named Avernique at Remington Greenspoint in Houston she is the absolute worst. She talks down to certain students and belittles them behind their backs. Please avoid Remington College!!!!!!"
3.3 out of 5 stars
MB - 12/19/2014
Degree: Medical Billing & Coding
Graduation Year: 2014
"School was fine but the problem is I passed my CPC exam on the first try and no one will hire die to a lack of coding experience. It turns out my Remington diploma means NOTHING to employers. I am having to go back to school now because I can't get a job as a CPC-A. People DON'T DO IT. YOU WILL BE SORRY if you waste your time like this and still have to pay back a loan with no job or even a hope of having a coding job. Now I have to go back to school and get the kind of education employers will take seriously."
1.0 out of 5 stars
jeanette - 10/12/2014
Degree: Pharmacy Technician
Graduation Year: 2007
"I went to Remington to try and get my certification for pharmacy tech. The teachers were not much help. My classes were suppose to be small for better one on one teachings but they weren't. They promised me a free certification test after i finished the program which i never got. But they sure were eager to get their money one way or another."
1.0 out of 5 stars
Emoneygirl609 - 9/1/2014
Degree: Dental Assistant
Graduation Year: 2009
"I personally did not enjoy my experience at this school in Nashville TN. There is no way to keep up with your own grades. They don't have any online systems to check grades or homework from home. The School tuition is way to high not to have online systems for student I personal wouldn't recommend this school to no one. Teachers were nice but work was done out of work books all the time. I felt like I wasn't learning anything at times. Many student I started class with dropped out the very first week."
1.0 out of 5 stars
worrst school - 8/25/2014
Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2014
"This was indeed the worst school anyone could ever attend their higher than most school. The staff treat you like your still attending grade school. they scream at you as if you was there child. We are using a program called moodle and one of my teachers do not know how to even open the program. She told the class she didn't know how so we were all going to pass her class. I didn't like that because I actually wanted to learn the material. I do not recommend this school to anybody this is your warning. They do not transfer credit. most jobs donot hire anyone with a Remington diploma."
1.0 out of 5 stars
Aaron S A - 6/6/2014
Degree: Criminal Justice
Graduation Year: 2008
"Improper billing, no experience, credits are useless. Worst experience of my life. I now owe 41,000 and i have nothing to show for it. I am struggling to survive. I can't go back to school, as they exhausted my pell grant. I am basically screwed. And the signature on my degree is just a squiggly line. Do not go to remington college. I graduated with a 3.92 gpa, and gained no skills or knowledge."
3.8 out of 5 stars
TJ - 5/26/2014
Degree:
Graduation Year: 2010
"I honestly don't know where to begin... When I read reviews especially those that are positive, I tend to think that someone from the school is writing them. I guess that's my cynical nature... I will provide my email address to those who wish to see if I am indeed a former student and NOT an employee of the school.... ... I'll start here... I have notice that there are mostly negative reviews for Remington... Prior to me enrolling, I had heard nothing but negative things about Remington by more from their Allied Health side of things...and mainly at their campuses... I will not discount those who had a negative experience, because that's what it was for them. But here is my experience at Remington, the good, the bad, and the conclusion...The good part: for me the good part is a very good story... I had gained a Bachelors degree from a school that ended up closing, and I could no longer get an official transcript from them and every major university i approached with that issue wanted me to start over from scratch as a freshmen. Remington understood my situation, and gave me credit for 64 credit hours and let me enroll in their Bachelors degree completion program. The Bachelors of Science in Organizational Management. Most of the classes were challenging and some where not. I ended up with a D in my Analytical Tools course, and I got a C in my Negotiation course... but out side of that, I had B's and A's for the remainder of my courses. 90% of the instructors were really good, I had one who was extremely hard. I never had an issue where instructors did not respond to me either the same day and latest within 24hours. They were prompt. (oh this degree was done online). I think I fell in love with Kathleen Bodine she was awesome and very creative in working out any issues that I had during the 16 month long program. I have very little bad to say regarding the staff....Now, the bad.... Remington is not Regionally Accredited, which is a big deal when talking about moving on to get your Masters degree ( I will talk about this part later...there is some good news). However for me, I didn't care about the Regional Accreditation, I needed a Bachelors degree where I could get a transcript to prove that I have an education. Remington does have a national Accreditation which is recognized by the US Department of Education. This is the biggest draw back to Remington and they don't have an internship placement program for their Bachelor level programs... That would be something, I think would really put some serious teeth into their Bachelor program.......Now, for the person or people who think that Remington's credits are accepted by anyone, that one is a lie.... I was accepted into the Masters program at Northeastern University -College of Professional Studies. Northeastern University is Ranked #54 in the country of all Colleges and Universities, that means its in the top 3% of all Universities in the United States... I completed my Masters there, and I am now enrolled in their Doctoral program. Northeastern University, (College of Professional Studies) was more than accepting of my degree from Remington... So, don't think that there are not major universities out here who will not accept them because Northeastern University is as major as it gets... Now it depends what you want out of your degree... If you think a degree is going to guarantee a job, that's not what degrees do. Bachelors degrees allow you to compete for the job. Despite having a Bachelors or Masters, you still have to have the, skill-set, proper experience, and be the right fit for the job in order to get it...The bachelors degree simply states your have the formal professional training and now you have to sell yourself in order to get the practical experience.... I am someone who current do hiring for my department. I have 6 supervisors and 22 direct support staff under me...... So this is the whole truth from a former student of Remington College. If you have more questions, feel free to email me... my name is TJ. tauvaris@gmail.com"
1.0 out of 5 stars
Sasha Love - 4/11/2014
Degree: Business
Graduation Year: 2009
"This school is a ripoff, they charged me 30,000$ for the degree in which I still don't have a job or career in. They won't give me my transcripts or diploma because they say my loan isn't paid in full...6 years later I'm still paying on it and it's affecting my credit, I would not recommend anyone to this school..I went for 18 months and no other school will accept my credits, so basically I went to school for nothing!! Please be aware of this school, they are out to get u!!"
1.3 out of 5 stars
unhappy person - 2/13/2014
Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2012
"Never was told I would not Get my diploma after graduation Until loan is paid off that Was just sneaky and low down I felt like why would they be So disrespectful they should Be a shame."
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