The College of Health Care Professions Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (34)
I am currently a Junior LMRT degree student at CHCP~ Fort Worth, and am actively pursuing a second career, as I am an "older' student. I had the traditional College experience while earning my first degree, however, with dedicated support staff, small class sizes and the highly personalized instruction offered at CHCP, I have found this "second time" to be a wonderfully fulfilling experience. The level of sharing and caring on this Campus has proven to be most beneficial to my over all learning and educational experience! I have to truly say that CHCP~ (Fort Worth) has MANY highly qualified, skilled and caring instructors. I am excited and very much looking forward to this new chapter in my life. With the quality of learning available, adding to the level of my education; combined with the technical skills I am continually gaining....I can clearly see a wonderful career ahead of me. CHCP~ Fort Worth is THE place to get a great start, or( in my case) start again!
The College of Health Care Professions is a great school. My time there was great the administration does a great job at listening to what is going on at the school and the program is awesome. The teachers are very knowledgeable in the subjects that they teach and most take the time to make sure you understand and comprehend what the subject is about. I would go back.
Love the school. Instructors were awesome. Career services is the best! (Mrs. C). Glad I attended teh school. I would recommend this school to anyone.
I graduated this past summer from this school, and I couldn't be more happier. I found a job instantly after my externship finished. I now work at an OB/GYN, my dream job! I love my job. Without the help from my instructors and externship coordinator, I wouldn't have my dream job. Thanks for everything.
This place is a joke. I wish I had read these reviews before I found out the hard way. I am a Veteran. I am fully independent and I had already done my Fasfa through Rosa and Nancy. Everything went smoothly (so I thought). I got a phone call 3 hours before my first day of night classes with them saying that none of my information went through, that I am considered a dependent student and that they need my parents information. Not happening. I go forth to call the Fasfa 1-800 number to get this resolved and their story is completely different than what Nancy is telling me. Come to find out, N. did not turn in the paperwork needed to prove that I am an independent student. But instead of admitting Her wrongs, she persisted to yell and scream at me (let me remind you, this is financial aid at CHCP) saying that I was very wrong. She then decides to tell me that the only way I can attend school is if I oag $936/month WHILE I AM IN SCHOOL or I will not be able to attend. Nancy has changed her story multiple times and told me that it's not her problem when I expressed my concerns to her about my future. If you do not have $20000 cash ready to hand out, do not come to this school. I think it's funny that they talk about professionalism and customer service and this school lacks in those categories very much. Now the campus president (Gerald) doesn't seem too bad. He seems like he's on my side about this, but instead of admitting that they messed up, he's trying to make it seem like he's going above and beyond to handle this. Which shouldn't be the case. I really do not recommend this school at all unless you have $20000 to give these people. It's a money game.
Campus was ok, teachers were great but financially it was stressful.
Since I'm still in school I have a great a experience the teachers are really helpful and they care about your future. Also you make friendships along the way. Most IMPORTANT thing when you come to this school is how much you as a student put into it remember is your future.
I am currently still in school during the entire time it was a high turnover for the staff from presidents to teachers, then we didnt have the proper instructors that was needed I attended night class and now we are out for externship and have no sites or MA sites doing MA work and some of my classmates got here and had to drop the program due to no available sites so they lost valuable time and $$$$ its like they were not pepared for us to go out on externship then they lied and said they would find us extern sites for the evening because alot of us worked in the day time that was a lie, like others have said there are NO LMRT jobs you will have to apply for a MA job with this title. Now Im here trying to do my externship at site they placed me in but its not working because I dont have anything to do I dont want a MA job, and like another person said when they see staff trying to work and help you out far as scheduling this sites or anything you look up and they are gone Im just frustated now
I am so disgusted with this school. They lie and cheat there students. The clinical instructor and director are just don't know what the hell is going on and the program changes every hour. Most if what you learn is on your own. The staff can not be trusted and the quality teachers they run off. DO NOT GO HERE YOU WILL END UP OUT OF MONEY AND FRUSTRATED........
I am writing this review to warn people not to go to this school. I started the program for DMU back in may '13. Worst decision ever! I only went to school for a month and still had to pay about close to three thousand dollars. the teachers didn't even go to school for what they were trying to teach us. they had a spaz science teacher trying to teach us English. They had a high school biology teacher trying to teach us physics. Want to know what I learned? NOTHING! They were so disorganized. They did not have a set teaching plan. Even the director was leaving because the program was so bad. Doesn't that tell you anything. If you plan on going to this school I really hope your loaded with money because that is all they care about. please do your research and look for a different school that'll give you your money's worth.