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Complaint Review: Everest University
Everest University6 Hutton Centre Drive Suite Santa Ana, , California USA
Everest University unethical school Santa Ana, California
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I attended everest University from January 2011 until October 2011, and during that time it was a very loose school where it was more about the money than the student. I transfered to Kaplan In November, 2011, just before they changed from a dollar amount per credit hour to a flat rate fee of $ 4000 no matter if you took 1 class or 30. I just finish my B/S in Paralegal from Kaplan and have chosen to go to Graduate Student and as I was applying for various school I found out through George Washington University that they would not accept any credits earned from Everest although it was only 20 credits that is still a lot to lose because a school is not up front with you as is the case with Everest. If I had known that they are not regional or nationally acredited I would not have attended, but since that ime they have been hounding me about coming to Everest to attend Graduate School and the first thought in my head was that they was making this bull--it up or thought that I was crazy. [continued below]....
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