Sanford-Brown Institute Reviews

  • 125 Reviews
  • Multiple Locations
  • Annual Tuition: $25,964
29% of 125 students said this degree improved their career prospects
26% of 125 students said they would recommend this school to others
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KM
  • Reviewed: 2/10/2009
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"I just wanted to say thank you to the reviewers. I have been on several different websites that reviewed this school and have found an OVERWHELMING amount of negative feedback. For the amount of money that they're asking I would expect nothing but STELLAR reviews and feedback! True, school and education is what you make of it but some responsibility has to lie on the school.Why pay that kind of money and put in the hard work if employers are not willing to hire anyone from this establishment!?? I have only seen about 3 positive feedbacks out of the 20 or more reviews I have read and if I had to guess I'd say those reviewers were employed by the school in some way."
darlene
  • Reviewed: 1/5/2009
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"None of you that are tearing apart this school have half an education to begin with. One of the options is true... you either have terrible typing skills, poor grammar, or bad spelling. Education doesn't BEGIN in college... so perhaps it's back to the basics for you! (no wonder you had so much trouble in college. Hard to do well when you struggle with English, huh?)"
Jessica M
  • Reviewed: 12/25/2008
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"The CVT program is a joke. They have the audacity to charge 32,000 for second rate training for a program that is NOT even accredited..the school is, the program isn't. The rules and regulations change from day to day and from student to student. The instructors either can't teach and provide you with partial information and if they are knowledgeable, they can barely speak English. BEWARE.. The general consensus is huge dissatisfaction all around. Everyone in the class has something negative to say.. Another endearing quality, they will accept ANYONE in that school and to be honest there are many people attending there that should not be in the medical field...at all. Think twice..the shame of it is that Cardiovascular Ultrasound is fascinating and an awesome career choice. Guess what? most places wont even interview you if they know you come from Sanford Brown :("
laurieann
  • Reviewed: 10/4/2008
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"Can you say WAY overpriced. If the turn around rate was better, than maybe the amount wouldn't of been so bad. the teachers were nice including the president. All of them saying "they will stay in touch after graduation" of course afterwards i never heard from anyone again. Nor have i found a job after graduation (seven months later). While i attended the school i heard nothing but negative things from former graduates. I am very dissapointed to say that they became true. I do not recommend this school no matter which location it is, to anyone."
Robyn Bassani
  • Reviewed: 8/5/2008
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"You have to keep in mind that ANY corporation has turnover rates. From what I understand, there was some turmoil at this school in past years. However, I attend Sanford Brown now and it's apparently a BIG change from when the last reviewer was here. The current President is wonderful, as well as the staff. I have yet to find a staff member who is anything but helpful and dedicated! Any school experience is what you make of it. Perhaps if "Darcy" would have done a little less whining, and a little more applying herself, her "wasted money" could have been put to better use. But I suppose it's easier to blame someone else when you don't apply yourself. but I digress...."