Recent Alumnus 2012-11-19T15:02:12Z
Wide range in age. Most of the older students are full-time workers and parents. Then you have some fresh out of high school that still have an attitude. Friend-making is not a top priority, but no one is going to pick a fight for the heck of it.
Recent Alumnus 2012-11-19T14:57:08Z
I'm in the Cosmetology program. You go through 3 months of Cos1, 6 months of Cos2, and 3 months of Cos3. Cos1 is the basics, where you learn the essentials. Cos2 is an externship. You work in the salon almost all the time and you go in-depth on the procedures. Cos3 prepares you for the state exam. The bookwork can be overbearing, but if you stay on top of it and manage your time right, it's fairly simple.
Recent Alumnus 2012-11-19T14:50:18Z
The teachers are very hands on and try their best to suit the needs of each student. Everything is hands on, so you're not just reading from a book and thrown into the real world. They teach you everything you can and help you out with things you feel you need improvements on.
Recent Alumnus 2012-11-19T14:48:39Z
Cosmetology Program - Just finished my third mod (month). The teachers are great and try their hardest to help you out. You do work on clients, so it's very hands on (and the teachers are there to watch and help you, so you don't let your clients leave crazy looking!!) I enjoy the program very much, and the Cos1 Teacher is very supportive and motivating. If you have even a little thing for hair and makeup, I highly recommend this course!!
Recent Alumnus 2012-02-22T05:18:47Z
Computer and Networking Program – Highly do not recommend Remington college they are just out to get your money. The teachers don't do anything but sit and do nothing. They don't help you when you need help or asking when asking questions these teachers usually only have Bachelors degree's. BEWARE!
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