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Degree: Healthcare Management
Graduation Year: 2019

This school told me they accept upto 91 credits from other schools. I have 53 from former school they refuse to accept any. They also are not paying my post 911 gi bill money like they are suppose to. i wish I would of seen these reviews in advance. I didn't know there is scam schools. But now I know. Time n money wasted.

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Degree: Healthcare Management
Graduation Year: 2014

This school is so horrible. Not to mention they bombard you with spoofed numbers and no voicemails until you call them back begging to be left alone only to be told well you asked for information. I literally will make sure to only spread all the negative things about this college to my loved ones and people reviewing online school. This is 100% a scam that has hurt people and put people in debt by having credits that mean nothing. Keep looking, or do online classes at you local CC.

2 out of 5
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Degree: Healthcare Management
Graduation Year: 2017

I started this college November 2015 for Healthcare Management. I excelled in school even though I went through major health issues. My advisor and instructors were very understanding and encouraging to keep me focus. When I finished my very first career advisor was awesome. I built a strong bond with her and everything was great until I was switched to someone else. Everyone after her was absolutely horrible. The Career advisor department is some c***. They don't respond to emails or return phone calls. They need to coach you for employers who don't want to hire became of lack of up to date experience. I am very disappointed with this department which makes me regret going to the school. I'm Looking for work outside of what I went to school for. What a complete waste of time and money. WISH I HAD WENT SOMEWHERE ELSE.

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Degree: Healthcare Management
Graduation Year: 2019

I was told about UMA from a family friend, she graduated with an Associates degree and right after she graduated, they helped her find a good paying job. At UMA, they want to see you succeed, to me that is so important to have a support system. They are available to you for almost any question you have, my teacher and I even text back and fourth. I read the comments that say negative things, I believe you get what you give, so true and for finding a job, I think it has alot to do where you live. In a smaller city, of course it will be harder to find a job! Im glad either way Im taking that step into becoming a college graduate!

5 out of 5
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Degree: Healthcare Management
Graduation Year: 2017

I think UMA was a great school. They really wanted their students to achieve a good education. Even after graduating the school Latasha helped answering questions for me about continue my education. When I attended the school I felt like they took the time to hear my concerns. I felt like all my questions even with financial aid was handled in a timely fashion. My advisor truly cared. If I had a question about an assignment. My instructors got back to me within 24 hours. I do feel like if you planning to go to college, especially online college. You need to be focused and self-motivated.

2 out of 5
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Degree: Healthcare Management
Graduation Year: 2016

They were so helpful during my time there but afterwards it was a different story. No support of any kind. Career services suck horribly. My thoughts exactly. No changing of words or mind. Now that I think about it, I would have chosen another school with a better reputation, commitment, and long term assistance.

5 out of 5
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Degree: Healthcare Management
Graduation Year: 2017

I attended UMA not realizing if I was going to like it or not. Once I got started on the program I realized that this was something I really was good at. I am getting my associate degree in Healthcare Management. The financial aid department was very helpful. I had to be transferred a few times to get problems solved but, in the end they were resolved efficiently and effectively. The academic coaching is wonderful. I couldn't tell you how many times I used them. The professors and staff were excellent. They give you the materials you need, and they provide extra websites and materials that help get you through. The professors are very willing to help you through any issues you may have to make sure you succeed. Overall, I have never regretted going to this school. I think they are very well adapted to today's studies. You have to remember that if you take online classes, they aren't easy. If it were easy, you really wouldn't learn anything. You have to be dedicated and committed to do the work and really reach out if you are struggling. They are there to help you push through. I love this school and like I said, I have no regrets at all.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Healthcare Management
Graduation Year: 2017

This school is a joke. No decent paying place of employment will hire people from this school. Towards the end i figured out you can reset your attendance with a discussion or extra credit then do all 5 weeks work in one day and still very an A in the class. If you do that the teachers don't even read your response they just give you a decent grade for everything you submit. They call your phone 5 times in a row a couple times a day every single day. It is ridiculous. You tell them you work nights don't bother me they ring your phone by 9am. Financial aid messes award letters up. It is a waste of time and an even bigger waste of money. You can get a better education at a community college for a fraction of the cost.

1 out of 5
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Degree: Healthcare Management
Graduation Year: 2017

This school is a total scam I am 4 classes away from graduating and then today I received my award letter for 2016-2017 and was told I didn't have enough to cover my classes just to remind you the aid year starts from Aug-June 30 bottom line they are taking people financial aid money so when I called federal student aid they said the school was committing fraud because they used the money from 2016-2017 for the previous aid year now they want me to pay 3755 out of pocket because they covered my classes from April til June when those classes was still on 2015-2016 aid year the classes are non transferable so all the loans I took out was a waste they are currently under investigation after they realized I called federal student aid they would not talk to me regarding what happen to all my money DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME NOW I HAVE TO START ALL OVER AND THE GOVERNMENT IS LOOKING INTO IT TO REQUEST THEIR FUNDS BACK AND BY THE WAY FROM AUG UNTIL NOW I ONLY TOOK ONE CLASS SO HOW IS ALL MY MONEY GONE WHEN I RECEIVE THE MAX AMOUNT

5 out of 5
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Degree: Healthcare Management
Graduation Year: 2017

This is an amazing school I would recommend it to anyone wanting to chose a healthcare field for any major. The professors are amazing as well and take time to help you out when it is very much needed. They are also helpful in any way as possible.

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