When I first attended this school it was exciting and welcoming as if joining a new family, I knew I wanted to become a Veterinary Assistant. Admissions cared for the new students enrolling in different programs that were offered, they soon didn't care after the first disbursement rolled in. The students weren't welcoming, but soon warmed when obstacles arose. Complaints were made from students and staff members about animals in the building entering through the back door. So our class was switched. Banned from the main campus. During instructional hours, students from our class were instructed to move all class and laboratory things to the new building. We were not part of the school anymore. Meanwhile, the school used my face and animal to promote the school in brochures and online advertisements. I was interviewed, but not told I was going to be used as an advertisement. My face went in the Penny Saver and disbursed all over riverside. During my last module, our instructor didn't show for an entire month. I was poorly taught by numerous instructors about pharmacology in veterinary medicine. On my very last day at American College of Healthcare, Ms. Carrie took over the Veterinary Assistant program and taught as much as she knew to help those who were leaving. Throughout this entire experience, I have gained friendships and a debt of $17,000.