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Degree: Dental Assistant
Graduation Year: 2016

Please do not attend ! Its a waste of your time, and money. They only want your money. Terrible experience I wish I didnt go through, but whatever I can do to help the next person. Im now in debt and lets just say they sold me a dream. Very disappointing ! I dont recommend this for anyone

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Degree: Dental Assistant
Graduation Year: 2016

Please do not attend ! Its a waste of your time, and money. They only want your money. Terrible experience I wish I didnt go through, but whatever I can do to help the next person. Im now in debt and lets just say they sold me a dream. Very disappointing ! I dont recommend this for anyone

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Degree: Business Administration
Graduation Year: 2018

Dont take business at the Ontario campus the first teacher I had Mr Gralak was awesome but this new teacher favors students talks crap to you and doesnt really teach you anything hes a quack he doesnt know what hes talking about so most of the time hes just asking you what you think and theyve added this attendance thing where even if you pads the mod if you miss more than the days allowed you have to retake it but what about the people who have kids and want to be their for their stuff as well

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Degree: Medical Assistant
Graduation Year: 2017

You're going to notice two or three patterns in the positive comments. A successful exten, They had connections and people that could get them in, Or they ended up in a different carrier field and just liked the school to begin with. It is very true that the students teach you more than the teachers. It is very true that you'll end up paying a lot more than you should. In all honesty, It would be far less expensive and far easier to go to community collage and take classes there. Not only that, You'll end up with an associates degree instead of a diploma. Not even a certificate. They give you a diploma. Please let that sink in. You pay $20,000 For a DIPLOMA. You pay $20,000 to be TAUGHT BY STUDENTS. They don't care about you. You're a paycheck to them. Trust me. Do your research. If you're desperate for a job, Work in sales or fast food and go to a real collage. Its going to be harder. It's gonna suck. But you will get way more out of it.

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Degree: Dental Assistant
Graduation Year: 2018

Okay so I was in the dental assistant program. I don't regret going to this school . I went to class everything . I love my teachers . The advisors is most definitely about their money . I do not care about your future . Just need you to enroll so they can get their check . I am a go getter so I did not depend on them to help me found a job . About a month left I had , I called people myself . I found a office did the internship for them , then I got hired on . Now I am getting myself prepared for my RDA license . This school can be okay if you just go out and find places yourself. Do not wait for them for nothing ! Also I still haven't received my diploma. I never went to graduation , because I feel like it was a joke . Just more money they want out your pocket . They son even give you the diploma that same day . I have a career now in the dental assistant career. So I am not worried about a sheet a paper . If you are a type of person that depends on other people to help you get something done , I wouldn't recommend this school . Just think if you went to a university you would have to do the same go out and find jobs yourself . They don't care about your future like you do !

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Degree: Business Administration
Graduation Year: 2017

I have been incarcerated most my life UEI contacted me to enroll. They told me I was going to graduate with a JOB. I explained my situtaion about having a rap sheet, they said they could still gert one based on my education I was going to get there at the school and extern. I graduated with perfect attendance and 4.0 . They came to me and asked if I knew anyone or place that would let me extern ..I was like "what" is it not that your job ...They pulled personal loans they took my pell grant money subsidezed unsubsidized loans financial aid.. $20,000.00 all together I have to pay back for a piece of paper that has no value. They couldnt even get me an extern site. Almost everyone of my classmates were poor or minority or felons.. This school preys on the weak, and gets paid ! How is this school even still opend? I dont understand how they are able to manipulate people like they are. Dont come to this school!! I graduated with honors and perfect attendance was even asked to do the speech at graduation.. I dont recomend this scam fake school to no one! My advice enroll into a real college that you can earn a degree.

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Degree: Medical Administrative/Executive Assistant and Medical Secretary
Graduation Year: 2017

I learn front and back office I learned to give shots take rig fill out medical records read and give prescriptions learn how to take care of patients with cancer heart problems different diseases how to run a front office how to assist a doctor in surgery.

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Degree: Business Administration
Graduation Year: 2017

My experience at this school was horrible, I was physically attack and I was the one who was dissmissed from the class. I am filing a a lawsuit! I went to the director too many time for him not to solve dismissed the students that R**** to attack me! Thank God I already had a bachelors degree!

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Degree: Pharmacy Technician
Graduation Year: 2011

I only worked for a year as pharmacy technician because I received better offers in manufacturing, that's what I used to do. I don't regret graduating from this school only because the school loans helped build my credit, as for a new career they will not help you find one. When I worked my first job as a pharmacy technician UEI found out and contacted me asking if I can tell my employer to take interns. I just started working there I wouldn't ask that, knowing they would deny that demand. UEI asked assertively, not politely, like if they wanted me to do their job. I'm writing today because they sent me a letter saying I owe them $500....six years later and want to settle for $250, sounds like a scam. They have caused nothing but financial burden to me.

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Degree: Medical Billing & Coding
Graduation Year: 2015

I graduated from High School, after 3 years i decided to go to college for a better education. Went to enroll to UEI College and i was happy because i thought that i was going to have a better job. Graduated for MBIC from UEI College and never been hire even though i have summit it to many applications. I do get job interviews but because i don't have a list a year of experience they don't want to hire me. I stop paying my loan and now they have me in collections. Now i have to get a lawyer for this problem and put Lawsuit against UEI college, because they promise me a job with a list getting pay $11 to $12 per hour. The owner where i did my extern told me this, How are you expecting to get pay that money if you just started? My answer, Well they told me that i a list be getting pay $11-$12 per hour. I could pay you the $9.00 per hour. Ok think California is really expensive i was paying $950 per month for a garage, insurance $70 per month, and gas it was $200 a month, and my college payment was $455 per month and being a single mom of 2 kids. I don't think that with $9.00 dollars and hour i was going to make it. Now i have to pay the lawyer in order to get out of my debt from collections for a loan forgiveness. They told me they were going to find me a job, never happen. They just wanted me to be going for practices at different places and not getting pay. I DON"T RECOMMEND UEI COLLEGE FOR ANYTHING. They do have really good instructors but NO JOB GUARANTEE.

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