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Degree: Medical Administrative/Executive Assistant and Medical Secretary
Graduation Year: 2015

Enrolled in medical administration assistant classes from Nov. 2014 to Aug 2015 everything was good till I graduated and was looking for employment there was None unlike what I was told before I started classes and was also told I needed two more years of college with them no thank you!! I feel like I should get a forgiveness from this school not what I thought and very disappointed.

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Degree: Medical Administrative/Executive Assistant and Medical Secretary
Graduation Year: 2015

I had an amazing experience with UMA online. I was able to juggle my busy family life and keep up with my school work. Having 4 kids that was tough but, I did it! The classes are well paced and the work load is not too overwhelming. I would recommend UMA to anyone ready to go back to school. After I graduated the career service department helped setup interviews and I had a full week of back to back interviews. I was able to pick the job that I wanted. The personal growth that I have gained from this has been priceless to me. Thank you UMA

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Degree: Medical Administrative/Executive Assistant and Medical Secretary
Graduation Year: 2016

I would highly recommend going to this school. They are willing to help you achieve your goal and see you exceed in whatever your degree you choose. They will walk you step by step through the whole process. Now that I have graduated they are willing to help me find a job too.

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Degree: Medical Office Administration
Graduation Year: 2016

I started going to Ultimate Medical Academy in September 2015.It was the most scariest time of my life.I really did not know what to expect.I managed to complete the course and I graduate tomorrow.I have no regrets about going back to school at all.It really helped me to become a more knowledgeable person and it gave me the opportunity to learn new important skills that will help me in the work force.I am very glad that I made the decision to go to Ultimate Medical Academy.It really improved my life dramatically.The student advisors were great and the instructors were good as well.I enjoyed my studies so much that I re-enrolled for a second semester and am now going for my associated degree .I will be graduating in April of 2017 with a Associates of Science In Health Sciences.So my advise to all of you would be to follow your dreams and your heart.Ultimate Medical Academy is a really good school,Don't let anyone sway you away from your educational dreams.Do what is right and best for you,and your education.I also now have three job interviews lined up thanks to UMA.My opportunities are endless and thanks to UMA I am finally reaching the stars:)

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Degree: Medical Administrative/Executive Assistant and Medical Secretary
Graduation Year: 2016

I decided to attend UMA because a friend of mine told me great things about her experience at UMA. I had be attending various schools in the past and found myself becoming discouraged. I am glad that I eventually decided to attend UMA because everyone from the advisors to the actual instructors proved to be dedicated to the academic needs of their students. I would definitely recommend UMA to anyone that be interested in continuing their education. I must express that I am proud to be a UMA graduate.

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Degree: Medical Administrative/Executive Assistant and Medical Secretary
Graduation Year: 2016

UMA is the best college i have ever attended. The coaches, instructors and advisors were so helpful. My career program was a phenomenal one. At UMA they are concerned about you, not just your career. It was a smooth transition for me. From beginning to end. I would recommend my friends to attend there. I had no issues at all, getting into the Academy. My experience with UMA was awesome. I plan on going back to get my associates. All i can say is UMA is the college of today!!

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Degree: Medical Administrative/Executive Assistant and Medical Secretary
Graduation Year: 2016

I have attended several schools in the past searching for a school that will have affordable tuition and the support that I need. UMA is excellent. Tuition at other schools were triple the tuition cost at UMA literally. The staff is wonderful. The staff reaches out to me at least twice a week to ensure I'm doing good in my classes and have no issues. I am on the Dean's List. My GPA is a 4.0. I'm very pleased with UMA, the cost, the support, and the training In receiving. If you are truly serious about your career blossoming and really want to help yourself, then UMA is a great place to land yourself. They'll work very hard for you to ensure you succeed if that's what you want. My books are delivered a week before class starts directly to my door by UPS. I get an email when my package is in route to my house. And, I receive am email when my books have been delivered. There are always going to be people that will find something negative to sat. But, I say if you attend UMA for your diploma, you will want to go back again for your Associates. My only issue is I can't decide which program I want to take next. And, the time it takes to complete a program is unbelievable. Go UMA!!!! Best school I have ever come across and I want everyone to feel good about the education they're receiving and from whom they're receiving it. UMA also makes it a priority to keep your student loan debt to a minimum. Most schools don't care about getting you into debt up to your neck. But, UMA won't allow you to be up to debt even to your knees more less your neck. Try UMA, BUT ONLY IF YOU'RE SERIOUS ABOUT EARNING YOUR DIPLOMA OR DEGREE!! UMA IS PERFECT!!!

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Degree: Medical Administrative/Executive Assistant and Medical Secretary
Graduation Year: 2016

I'm attending UMA now as a MAA student been in sense August. I would refer this school to anyone because i have seen proof of everything that was explained to me from day one..The Admissions and all the advisor's keeps there word on helping all students. I love my course that i am attending.I'm a 4.0 student and already on the Dean's list and i does put in 100% in all my work. If you wont achieve it you gotta show it go get what's yours. UMA is a great school. I will be attending again for my Associate Degree in this same field in the future.

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Degree: Medical Administrative/Executive Assistant and Medical Secretary
Graduation Year: 2016

I want to say that I love this school. You get exactly what you put in, if you give 100% you get a 100%. The instructors are really experienced and they have office hours so you can talk or chat with them about the work for the week. The student advisors are really great, and are there to help you every step of the way and also help you if you have problems with school work or life in general. I would totally recommend this school.

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Degree: Medical Office Administration
Graduation Year: 2016

Okay I'm having problem with the financed department. On July 7 I ask for my refund to be released to me. Upon me asking the advisor told me that I would have sign for my refund to be release and told me it would take like four to six weeks to get the check. Well on August 4 I called back to check on later to find out that my file had been in limbo for two weeks and that some information came back that needed to be cleared up. Upon them telling this they were going to expedite my check to me. I kept calling for two weeks straight to make sure everything was a go. Well last Friday on the August 21 I called and was told by another advisor that everything clear and a check would be mailed out on the 24. I waited all week until today. I called to check and was told that I sign a document in May stating that I wanted the funds at the end of me completing the diploma program. Well I wasn't informed this in July, August. I spoke with a advisor and I guess she don't know the frustration I have been through that I guess she had a attitude also. When I ask to speak with a Supervisor she came on the phone and told me that I should have been told this before. And she could see that I have called many of times and that someone should have told me. She said once I sign a document by email which I did then she put me on hold to say that she talked to a someone in the records that cut the checks and they said I should get a check cut on Monday. Now I want to believe her but I have been trying to be patient but this is crazy. Yes I was not going to ask for the refund check because I had a job upon me applying for UMA. But I lost my job a week after class started and I need this to pay my broadband internet up to keep myself in school. I like the classes but this has been really stressful. I have switch Academic advisors since I started. I don't know who to talked to as well tell somebody cause I get a new person every two weeks. I want to finish this diploma to make a better life for my three children but this is ridiculous. I hope somebody please help me cause

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