Anthem College On the verge of suicide beaverton, Oregon
My story with Anthem College
First two classes attended (Allied health and proffesional development) also being the first time the instructor had taught the classes. instructor spent the first 45min of class talking about herself and her problems then asking the class how their day was. instructor spent the last 45min of class rapidly going through the course material and wouldnt answer questions, she instead told the class to find it ourselves.
Instructor frequently flirted with male students and would often give them hugs at the end of class, she did not hug female students. Instructor had favorite students and would cater to them before the rest of the class, she did this very obviously. Instructor previously taught the dental assistant program then was moved to AH and PD because nobody in her class was passing. Instructor was a dental assistant with no prior teaching history or education.
I was subject to a drug test without a reason detailing why it was needed or nessasary. Had the doctor at the drug testing clinic stare intimately at my p***s while giving my sample. The test came back negative ofcoarse yet i felt that the teachers and staff treated me like I was a drug addict, which almost pushed me to the point of suicide. I had to audit a couple courses and my pharmacy instructor said "I Give Up On You" infront of the rest of the class. this made me feel worthless and i refrained from going to class for 12 days. when i went back to class i was told that i needed to go to financial aid. they told me i needed to get a letter from my attourney stating that my financial aid wasnt part of my bankruptcy when legally it cant be anyways, and without it I couldnt attend my next class.
Now i only need one more class and my externship to graduate. They terminated my enrollment due to consecutive absenses during one of my audit courses. The absenses were due to my instructor giving up on me causing a depressed state and low self worth and the intense pain from having a herniated disk and a fractured vertibrae made sitting in class intolerable. I had previously called the dean of education and left him a message to call me back so we could discuss dropping my audit courses so i could have more time for my back to heal and he never returned my call. Also i had left the message before the start of the audit course.
This school has made me feel worthless to the point that my life isnt worth living and people cant be trusted due to all the lies ive been dealt since enrolling in the school. I appoligise for the poor writing and flow of this but hopefully it saves someone from going through the same things I did.
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