ATA Career - Largo is a for-profit college located in Spring Hill, Florida in the Tampa Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 241 undergraduate students. The ATA Career - Largo acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Medical Assistant, Radiologic Technician, and Dental Assisting. Graduating 60% of students, ATA Career - Largo alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $24,000.
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Not well organized, as it is a new program. They need more enthusiastic teachers who love to teach. The Ob instructor is awesome as this is her passion, she does not hive any free rides, she is tuff. Only wanting you to know everything. So if Ob is something a person would like to do, they would learn a lot from this instructor. Clinical still have a lot of ironing out to do. I assume with every new program it has to find its way.
It is wonderful. It is pretty quite hard, but if you dona good effort im sure you will graduate from there and become what you desire.
my school is a great school. the teachers are more than willing to help out where ever and when ever they can. My school offers class take overs for free! Even if you have your diploma or certificate you can always go back to take a course you took in your previous education for free....free. they have free toutering and a library that is stocked with every kind of material you could possibly need. I had an option to go to a community college that would take me forever to get my diploma with huge class rooms or go to a college that actually wants you to succeed and does everything in their power to help you succeed your goal that will change your life im majoring in nursing and get to work full hands on and get a great oppertunity to be the best i can be