The Salter School Reviews
- New Bedford (MA)
- Annual Tuition: $12,700
0% of 4 students said this degree improved their career prospects
0% of 4 students said they would recommend this school to others
Student & Graduate Reviews
- Reviewed: 4/26/2018
- Degree: Medical Assistant
- Graduation Year: 2008
"Worst school ever. I'm now stuck paying back loans for a school that told me they did job placement. I had teachers in 2 different classes who left 2 weeks before end of class. 1 teacher spent class talking about her cat and another who was fired 3 days in because the class got up and walked out. I had to find my own externship, they didn't even point me in a direction. And then after I graduated told me that they only do job placement if I can't find a job in the next year. Had they allowed me to speak with current students I would never have enrolled. Now I'm up to my ears in debt paying off a loan for a school who screws their students."
- Reviewed: 5/10/2017
- Degree: Medical Office Administration
- Graduation Year: 2016
"Horribel.I always hear negative feedback but figured I would go an see for myself. Worst mistake.I graduated 3 mo ths ago and never received my certificate of graduation nor my CPR certificate and neither did any of my classmates.do not waste ur money I found another place that cost 5000 and they get phlebotomy certified.at Salter you don't! An it cost $15000.00 ,biggest rip off of my life,and the only 2 in mas.s are closed SMH....what does that tell u?"
- Reviewed: 2/8/2011
- Graduation Year:
"Salter School in Malden SUCKS.They pass students that don't show up for weeks and pass students that cheat. The head of the school doesn't care becuz all they want is money. Then have a nerve to give you the stink eye as though you did something wrong when you call them on it when all you want to do is go to school and further your career."
- Reviewed: 11/21/2009
- Graduation Year:
"I am so disappointed. They didn't find an externship for me. The courses are ridiculous. I taught myself all of my courses. Why they are allowed to stay in business is beyond me. Their emphasis is how many hours you sit in class, not whether or not you learn anything."