College Junior 2013-10-04T16:02:03Z
The campus is small, parking lot is not organized. There are no extracurricular activities for students to join and learn more from.
College Junior 2013-10-04T16:00:48Z
The student lounge is well, NOT a student lounge. Tables and vending machines and a few computers. There is no scenery to sit by and study, there are no private rooms to study, the atmosphere is tacky and not somewhere you want to go sit and do work in.
College Junior 2013-10-04T15:58:01Z
This school makes your schedule for you. It is the most backwards system by far. Parents who have young children must sacrifice getting them from school and activities simply because they are treated like children themselves and have no say in their schedule.
College Senior 2013-08-23T16:16:33Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
The financial aid staff will do just about anything to get you to pay out of pocket. The are as sleezy as a car dealerships fiance dept.
College Senior 2013-08-23T15:12:09Z
The school dos offer "extra help" to struggling students. The only problem is the "extra help" only benefits the students who attend the day program. They do not have many resources for the evening students who may need help.
College Senior 2013-08-23T15:09:55Z
This school does not offer online courses. Freshman Seminar SHOULD be an online course as it can be a waste of time.
College Senior 2013-08-23T15:08:57Z
The computer network is relatively updated and functional. The printer are reliable and access is without complications
College Junior 2013-08-03T19:32:01Z
Strong team very flexible with students schedules.
College Junior 2013-08-03T19:30:15Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
The education I'll receive at the campus will be an experience I'll never forget.I've heard amazing stories, can't wait to experience my own on this new journey.
Recent Alumnus 2013-07-26T07:08:42Z
My overall experience was a terrible one. This school has a fail policy. By all means they look to fail you before they see what they can do to help you in your need. They fail more than half the students per module and has a no rounding policy so if you are short of a point by 0.4 rest assure you will fail and your money and time will be in vain. These teacher are on what looks like a competition on who can fail the most students. Sad to say but failure is the policy. But wait it doesn't end their they put a smile on their faces when they fail you and you will. If you are a African American need not apply as you will be the first to fail before all. I don't see why the fight for humans who try to make betterment of their live by enrolling in a college and look to the succeed in their endeavor only to know that you work so hard and just when you are near to the end you get the shock of your life that you faill. I believe that if you are looking for a college don't make the mistake of choosing this one. Because failure is a policy here.
College Senior 2013-05-08T23:45:00Z
The admissions department is so caring and helpful, they don't only help you with your academics but also take the time to make sure you are okay in your personal life. They keep and eye on you to make sure you are succeeding. Every department is very helpful and does their best to help you every step of your college experience.
College Senior 2013-05-08T23:41:23Z
We are a small school so our computers are located all around the library for student use throughout the school hours.We also have wi-fi available for personal computers
College Senior 2013-05-08T23:32:52Z
The students are all down to earth and its so easy to make friends. The students know when and to be professional but can also be casual at appropriate times.
College Senior 2013-05-08T23:29:28Z
Eastwick is a small private school offering business and healthcare programs to students. The school s small with smaller classroom sizes allowing better teacher to student help and understanding of the curriculum. The school compacts the course into a shorter time it takes to graduate which is good.
Recent Alumnus 2013-03-02T17:10:20Z
There are no online courses at my school. But i feel that in the future they will.
Recent Alumnus 2013-03-02T16:50:29Z
Here at my school i have not had any problems with my professors because i have always been prepared for class. I always made sure i read and understood before i went to lecture. Not every professor will be the same. There are some that might read straight from the book, some from just power points, and there are those who teach from their heart and the book. Some students have been upset at those who read from the book. I really have no problem with that, is our job to be prepared before getting there so that this way we can understand
Recent Alumnus 2013-03-02T16:42:40Z
My major is nursing, and i am very inpressed on how much i have learned with my instructors. They have the art to explain topics in ways that can fit our knowledge. They make sure we understand everything they taught us before moving on to another topic. I study very hard everyday to achieve my goal and dream. Anything is possible if we put our motivations and passions to what we have always dreamed of being in the future. Nursing is not as easy as it may seen, but if hard work is put into it, you can do anything.
College Junior 2013-02-10T02:16:04Z
So far so good, I just started the nursing program and everything is running smoothly. The workload is not tremendous but I'm sure it will pick up when clinical start
College Junior 2013-02-10T02:14:07Z
I like that the school focuses on the medical field. All the professors are aware of each program and adapt the classes to each individual program. Registration is fairly simple I met with. Outsell or and he helped me through the entire process.
College Junior 2013-02-10T02:11:10Z
The computer labs are useful and the memorial library is a great educational/ research tool.
College Junior 2013-02-10T02:08:44Z
It is a smaller school, I like the intimacy. Everyone seems to know each other and it makes the day to day grind a bit easier
Recent Alumnus 2012-12-04T05:13:56Z
My major was Medical Assisting, and typically we learned about office work, basic law, terminology, anatomy and physiology I and II, and of course, clinical as well as administrative concepts. The material is very straight forward, but hard work and studying pays off because of all the certifications you can attain. In just a few semesters and some studying, I became CPR certified, and EKG technician certified.
Recent Alumnus 2012-12-04T05:06:02Z
Overall the school is a great school, with great programs, which include LPN, Medical Assisting, Medical Billing and Coding, and so on and so forth. The professors are very patient and understanding, which provides the students a good learning environment especially for those just coming back to school as adults. The student to professor ratio is 1 or 2 to 25 , which gives everyone fair amount of attention and explaining during lecture. My favorite part of going to school are the labs, which are more or less hands to teach you exactly what you have to do
Recent Alumnus 2012-08-10T02:33:06Z
Stay Away from This School – this school is all about money they do not care about there students the nursing teachers do not teach they fail about 11 student from a nursing class a term most of the student in the nursing program are black they could give a crap about us that school only has a 74% pass rate for there RN program that school needs to be shut down. they act nice and lie to get money from us then they turn they back on the students when we in there are not on the students side at all this school is really bad please nobody go there ever. people give up there life to come to this program and they could care less there take our money up front and give us there but to kiss after i really hate it here.
Recent Alumnus 2012-04-25T23:00:09Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
Very Little Aid – If you get nothing for the government you get nothing.
The school offers no grants or aid even for good grades. Which is despointing for someone who is going back to school.
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