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It was very easy to get started. They called me and I found out that my program could be covered by grants and a student loan. I spoke with admissions just 3 weeks before my class started on 9-7-15. I am still currently in my program, graduating in June. The process was very easy, got my books via UPS just a week before school started. The helped me start off with success. I love this school. A lot of the student comments that I have seen say that you get what you put in. It is totally true. I give 100% in all my classes and I am currently on the Dean's List. I have never been on the Dean's list before and it is very exciting. Having an honor like that will definitely give me confidence when I go job hunting. The only thing I can say is that there was some shortage of communication in regards to getting new books for my next course. Other than that, great school and staff.
Waste of my time and money! Told me I should move where the jobs are, cause I don't live near a major city! Told me my husband should quit his job so we can move to the city, not going to happen! Should have never done this school should have done one that I have actually heard of! Now, calling and harassing friends and family! So uncalled for!!
I have also been scammed by this school they called me a billion times at first, I got emails and things from them . I had ask 2 months ago about my student loan I was told I had extra I signed for them to send it to me now they claim it aint there and it takes weeks to request it. So I ask why tell me this is what is left after school and is mine if I want it. But in same breath when I ask how they have the right to tell me when I get what is mine or how they choose what an when you get anything if they not paying it back. I feel this school is a TOTAL SCAM I am going to apply for another school an get my loan put torward a school that is actually heard of before.
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.
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.
I am very dissatisfied with this school. After tons and tons of calls to make sure they got my grant money, they stopped calling as soon as they say my funds came in. I was withdrawn from classes 3 times without notice. Each time I was told I could restart. They are stir calling for me to restart. They most certainly are only after the money! I would definitely not recommend this school.
I was very pleased with UMA. All assignments were posted at the beginning of the week. It gave you plenty of time to get all your assignments and tests completed. My instructors were all good at communicating with you and helping you with any issues I had. My adviser was wonderful to help me with anything I needed. I graduated 9/9/15 with my associates. I passed my RHIT exam with AHIMA 10/7/15. I am now enrolled at WGU for my bachelors in Health Care Management. I loved my experience at UMA.
Most of the bad reviews I am reading is mainly about refund checks not about your degree. I am also currently taking courses for my diploma and if all goes well I will continue on with my associates. I know a school shouldn't be responsible for you landing a job. I have attended colleges in the pass before UMA and there was never anything about the school landing anyone a job. The effort is determined on how much you want it, and how motivated you are. If you want it, you'll find a way.
I received my associate degree in 2014 and could be happier. UMA helped me in every way they could and helped me find place of employment. Just a month after receiving my diploma I was employed. All the instructors that I had the pleasure of having always helped me with any questions or understanding that I needed. I would recommend this school to anyone that wants to go in to the medical field.
I really regret even taking these classes. I feel like it's all about the money. It's ALL A JOKE. Also, the career service advisors are so rude and did not help me to get a job. I have no car and I was told that I would be provided with an uber to make it to interviews, but whenever I needed one the advisors would be rude and they'd give me attitudes. Big mistake