- Report: #1151378
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Complaint Review: IADT/Sanford-Brown
IADT/Sanford-Brown6039 S. Rio Grand Ave. Orlando, Florida USA
IADT/Sanford-Brown Education is a scam. Not accredited properly for anyone to continue into higher education. Orlando Florida
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I attended IADT from 2009-2013. Into my third year I began to look at where I wanted to go after I finished my BFA. I decided I wanted to continue on and get a Masters in textile design which I had found very interesting and enjoyable. I began looking at schools and kept running into "your schools not regionally accredited" from every school I contacted. Teachers and Admin told me they were and that they would help by writing letters to these schools. I'm in debt to the tube of 100K now with a piece of paper the Orange County Public Scools, Which are regionally accredited, won't even except for one of their technical educations. I've been told if I want to continue toward that Masters I will need to get a BFA that regionally accredited. This is a SCAM. IF you are there now STOP! Cut your losses and go to a real school where the paper the degree is written on is worth something.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/02/2014 06:48 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/IADTSanford-Brown/Orlando-Florida-32818/IADTSanford-Brown-Education-is-a-scam-Not-accredited-properly-for-anyone-to-continue-in-1151378. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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