Arizona College - Glendale
- 2 Year
- GLENDALE, AZ
Arizona College - Glendale Reviews
Rating 3.52 out of 5 58 reviews
I really don’t know how to feel about this school. I thought it was an amazing school but when I got sick and was diagnosed with cancer I was excused from school and work from my doctor. When I returned back to school my teacher wanted to speak to me after class and when I told her I didn’t expect to find out the news I did ya know so still shocked. And her response was “so will you still be going to school, we just want to make sure your Serious about school ?” I feel that was really wrong of her to even say that . If I wasn’t serious I wouldn’t still be doing the work from home while sick and still getting above 90-% in all my classes. Also when I emailed her my doctors note she called to talk to me and even asked me to go against my doctors note and just come into school. I know it’s not their problem what I have going on but sheeesh at least ask if I’m alright. I thought in orientation the school provides student support .
So far I have been very content with the overall treatment of the staff at Arizona College. I have gotten so much support and help from everyone. They have truly shown to care.
I am currently enrolled in this college and attended here all last year is has been a great experience and all of the staff are very helpful.
Such a great schedule and love the teachers. I have found my passion and love how flexible it is!highly recommend
Love my teachers and the schedule! It’s a great, positive environment and everyone at the campus is so sweet!
Horrible. Teachers would say you have a chance to make up a test to raise your score and then not honor it. They waited until it was time to start clinical rotation to tell students that the TEAS exam was a requirement and the testing dates were booked up for 3 months which meant you missed your clinical rotation date and in my case was dropped from the program.
My experience with arizona college so far has been great. I have all the essentials to help me pass my classes which include tutors, Outgoing classmates and helpful advisors for resources. If there was would thing i would change it would be to make sure that all the professors are on the same page because ill have one professor who's great at everything their doing and then my other professor that is clueless with everything and that impacts my grade tremendously.
I recently went to Arizona College in Glendale. The teachers aren’t even licensed or certified to teach ( those who can’t do, teach). I had endless occasions where students were favored, or left out do to race and gender. Communication with the school is horrible, emails and phone calls are not returned in a timely manner. That school is just a very unprofessional place to attend. The school does not have their students back at all.
Arizona College made it beyond easy to apply and get accepted. Within twenty-four hours of requesting information I had a meeting set up to see if this school was for me. I found out if I was accepted within days. They are so helpful with the whole process, setting you up for the HESI test, and walking you through every step of the financial aid process. They explain every step of schooling and always makes sure to be on the same page and to have you fully understand everything you are signing and viewing. Its so nice to have a school that cares about you, how to make you succeed. and your well being. I would definitely recommend this school to any and every one.
There is diversity on students, there's students from different countries. The teachers are supportive of their students and they are self explanatory. Campus is big it has a lot of nature. People can hangout wherever they want with the condition that they are going to be mature and quite. People in Arizona college are so friendly and everyone knows everyone.
I have visited this college but I have not yet attended because I am only a freshman in High School. This college is really good and I would recommend it to anyone
I would personally like to see the faculty be more involved with the students who they signed up. I have no experience any form of communication from my advisors. The overall experience will be one to remember simply because I am a full time student, hold a full time job, and have managed to get through struggles while being able to maintain my grades and make it to school on a daily basis. The instructors try their best to work with all students based on certain circumstances.
The teachers were well educated in their teaching subjects. They were always willing to lend a helping hand.
Teachers are very helpful and knowledgeable. The way the program is set up is simple and easy to understand. Medical assistant and phlebotomy are tied together which is very neat. Loving it!
Terrible for-profit school. I attended here years ago and don't even work in the field I studied. You won't get a job, and if you do, it'll probably be around 11.00/hour, which is hardly a livable wage and way less than what they tell you you'll be making. Awful graduation rates-- 34% for Medical Assistant, 49% overall. It's on their site under 'Read Important Disclosures' at the bottom. Don't waste your time or money because you'll only rack up a large amount of debt you won't be able to pay back. Go to a community college with the same program instead. I really hope Arizona College closes down for good. So glad these "schools" are being held accountable by the government, are shutting down left and right, and people are realizing what a sham they are. The jig is up!
I am very much so happy with this school. The program is very fast pace and a lot of cramming but I love it and the teachers are very helpful.
The school is always clean when i get there everyone is nice and has an positive attitude. They love to work with you and make sure that you will do the best that you can.