Recent Alumnus 2013-03-29T03:42:05Z
Small class rooms for better attentive teaching and learning environments is how Everest stands out from all the other schools. Students come to Everest in search of bettering not only their lives, but the lives of those priority people in the students life. Everest is very diverse when it comes to ethnicity. Students come to Everest from a wide variety of economical backgrounds, political preferences, religious communities, and sexual orientations. There is absolutely no discrimination at Everest. No matter where you come from, what you look like, or who you are, everyone is going to do their very best to help all students achieve their goals and do their very best.
Recent Alumnus 2013-03-29T03:34:42Z
Everest is a very tight knit support system for their students with amazing attentiveness to all the student and alumni needs. The alumni career services are life long and nation wide which provides a very valuable resource to alumni, especially in this economy. Externships are made as relative to a specific students needs and goals. Working closely to achieve personal and professional excellence is the career services departments main objective which they supersede daily.
College Senior 2012-12-12T13:12:47Z
My school consist of mainly adults and military members. The have their own life outside of school. They are all there only for one reason and that is to either get a second chance or to further their education. We all get along and we all help one another.
College Senior 2012-12-12T13:08:59Z
So far my review on the school is good. They taught me a lot of the things. I personally think that it's up to the person to work hard in order to succeed in life.
Recent Alumnus 2012-03-19T06:53:27Z
Our school is diverse. I love it. It's like a melting pot with different nationalities and different values from a lot of different people.
Recent Alumnus 2012-03-19T06:49:51Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
Great Job – Everything was forward. My Financial Aid representative was fast and great. She explained everything to me and since then I have had meetings with two other finance advisors who told me the same things. They are here for me and I love it!!
Recent Alumnus 2011-04-27T23:50:07Z
Non Convenience – The school is 25 miles away, I have to deal with terrible traffic, high gas prices, and a 2 dollar toll every day I have to go to school. There is no convenience at all. As for credit transfer I'm told I'll lose up to half of my credits if I transfer to another school and for some reason, to profit the school I imagine, a degree programs require you to have almost 30 more credits per degree.
Recent Alumnus 2011-04-27T23:41:21Z
My Overall Opinion – This school seems like the biggest disappointment of my life, they promised a lot that they definitely do not deliver. Their teachers are the only thing they have that allows me to say anything positive about their school. The career services are useless, they give you a list of employers that have already posted openings in a local newspaper. They promise the opportunity of work study programs and yet there are only four openings amongst hundreds of students. They are eager to get you signed up to attend the school so that they'll have money owed to them though they really dont care if you graduate. To me it seems like the school targets minorities and poor people wearing big fake smiles, it reminds me of making a pact with the devil in the way of your promised your dreams and you wake up to a nightmare. The school sucks in my opinion.
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