Altierus Career College - Tacoma is a private college located in Tacoma, Washington in the Seattle Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 379 undergraduate students. The Altierus Career College - Tacoma acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Medical Assistant, Dental Assisting, and Massage Therapy and Bodywork. Graduating 64% of students, Altierus Career College - Tacoma alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $18,800.
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Altierus Career College - Tacoma Reviews
Going everyday to my school feels like working at a job. I am proud to go somewhere that I feel comfortable, open minded to learn new things. Exteenships are the best. My program is being a medical assisting. I feel like I am already one. The school is joyful and very caring. The instructors makes sure that you feel like you have pressure and to think of situations you'll one day might have and to teach that whenever a situation is to come up hat you'll be ready to handle it.
When i started my first month there it was scary, but later on you get to tough up and learn new things, learn new techniques and making your fears into strength. My best experience is when I first got my blood draw. I felt excitement and that Medical Asssisting was made for me. I love my career, I will never change my thoughts on it.
They are there to help you. They are with you they will never leave you alone. Always checking up on you monthly. Telling you experiences, making sure that you'll know what to do when expected to.