I transferred to the school from the a reputable university.
I really should of read the 'million' bad reviews before i actually
registered at this school. I didn't! and now im like the many others who
regret that decision.
The admission people are friendly and welcoming at first, but as soon as they get you registered the problems and issues arise. They register you for classes and you find you cant drop them
unless you chase about all day with emails and phone calls hoping that one person will listen and drop the class for you.
The most frustrating and concerning is the financial aid office. Again friendly prior to
registration but they never reply to any emails or phone calls. Christina Alcindor is the FA officer. I have sent 27 emails and 13 phone calls all of which have gone unanswered. I am in class but
still have no idea on the status of my financial aid, that has been left on
pending for the last month or so. A far cry from my previous school. I have no idea when my disbursements will be and now have to apply for private loans to cover my educational
expenses that the FA was meant to cover. I read on some reviews that
some students don't get their aid until well in the semester some even
after!! ..Some allege they hold on to the aid in occur interest, some allege its to show shareholders a profit for that quarter. Whatever their reason, i just want them to respond to the communications they
receive, i don't think that is too much to ask. Stay clear of this
'school' (i use the term school loosely) they are incompetent and will
only give you a degree in 'Stress' maybe even fraudulent in their FA
There are so many complaints about their FA practice there should be a class action law suit against this school. We have all incurred unnessary financial loss thanks to their unethical practices.