College Senior 2013-10-07T01:38:59Z
I will be starting school on the 14th of this month. I chose this school because of the convenience of it;s location and flexible schedules. I'll be attending evening classes, due to me having to work full time. I'm worried that I won't be able to pay for my classes. I also fear that I'll struggle returning back to school after being out of school 28 years.
Recent Alumnus 2013-06-25T02:58:29Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
they have helped me get into the career i want and started and loan for me
Recent Alumnus 2013-06-25T02:56:18Z
professors are always on hand and the help is awesome
Recent Alumnus 2013-06-25T02:55:22Z
i just started going a day ago have not had a chance to learn each student
Recent Alumnus 2013-06-25T02:54:41Z
i have not finished the school but am excited to learn what i can do after i do finish
Recent Alumnus 2013-06-25T02:52:59Z
i have not taken an online course but got to school
College Senior 2013-06-14T15:40:57Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
Every thing is pretty strait forward, everyone gets along well with each other, and the teachers join in an make learning fun.
College Senior 2013-06-07T06:04:34Z
Teacher appear to be very friendly and everyone practices an open door policy. It makes me feel good to know that there is always someone that I can speak to should the need arise.
Recent Alumnus 2013-02-23T22:32:45Z
The student body, when my attendance was low they didn't tell me till I was 15% and the highest is 20%. I never knew about the percentage of how high you could possible be till the 6th month into my program. This valued information would if been helpful to know sooner. There are other classmates with the same situation that I know. Also when your given your new schedule and sometimes there might be a class you already taken, you have to wait in this long line just to get it fixed. I will admit that this school is unorganized when it comes to their staff. Students at my school are down to earth, you have time to build relationships with others on different programs such as yourself. And at times you may have the same class with different people from different programs.
Recent Alumnus 2013-02-23T22:07:33Z
The registering process is very simple I called the school made an appointment the very next day with an advisor, and step by step they will guide you. Teachers at southern careers will build a relationship with you. There willing to put their own personal time to help out, even to the existent of giving there cell number out. There have been times ill be studying late for a test and I will call my pharmacy teacher Ms.Wright to help me, and she would and it would be 12am. As long as the instructors see that your trying your best they will help you succeed. Honestly some of my instructors are more like family to me then teachers.
Recent Alumnus 2013-02-23T22:01:52Z
I am a training PharmacyTech at souther careers- San Antonio. Now if you pick this specific program you have to e aware that your background has to have no drug related felonys that may ruin your chances of actually becoming a PharmacyTech. Because in order to get register at a training PharmacyTech you have to do your finger printing, and come out clean. Once you get your resister trainee card you may work at a pharmacy. Of course not as a PharmacyTech but most likely as a clerk dealing with patients; which in return help you get the feel of it into you do it for extern. My classes at Southern Careers are small, which I love about it because this allows you to actually build up a relationship with your teacher and your classmates. There will be times where possible one of your classes will have an overload of students, but this is rarely.
Recent Alumnus 2012-03-11T04:36:45Z
Just Like a Job – Since it is a small school it's just like if I was on the job and the class mates are my co-workers and the teachers are my mangers. So by comparing the school like working on the job everybody there to make some type of progress for themselves and only competition is to graduate and succeeding your goals.
Recent Alumnus 2012-03-11T04:13:21Z
Tuition & Financial Aid:
Hope for the Best! The financial aid and loan process was OK. I guess it seem some what reasonable,it's almost like being in a 2 year college but you're cutting out the middle man and getting to the point quicker.The only thing I do not like is the loans I have to pay while in school which leaves me in a stressful and finical bind still. Well, all I can do is hope for the best and work through my goals,finishing this school, and also hope that this career I have chosen will work out for me and my future plans in life.
Recent Alumnus 2011-09-22T21:17:54Z
There are not any online classes through this school.
Recent Alumnus 2011-09-22T21:12:21Z
Okay School. I am happy with my school experience but I wish that the staff were more helpful and more structured programs.
Recent Alumnus 2011-07-28T10:02:23Z
there isnt any online courses. although that would be pretty neat if there were.
Recent Alumnus 2011-07-28T09:50:35Z
SCI, One in a Million? What I really like about my school is all the medical assistants are grouped and continue being in the sam group till graduation.. I think its a good idea because we establish a closer classmate relationship, not to mention we get along better, were more comfortable and plus, we help each other since we are all going through the same experience.
Recent Alumnus 2011-07-28T09:46:02Z
SCI Experience – The classes are mostly fun, especially the medical courses. The teachers I've had are pretty good, especially if you have Mrs. Coronado, shes awesome at teaching from how to clean peoples ears to finding a good vein to stick. I just hate how the "upper" staff think they cold treat us like high schoolers.
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