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Blue Cliff - Metairie is a for-profit college located in Metairie, Louisiana in the New Orleans Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 861 undergraduate students. The Blue Cliff - Metairie acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Medical Assistant, Cosmetology, and Dental Assisting. Graduating 54% of students, Blue Cliff - Metairie alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $17,100.
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This company calls itself a "college", but it is merely a scam to make money off of our government. At first the promises of a good education with employment to follow is exciting. But, then you hit the classroom, and regret sets in. The dialysis technician course had an ill-equipped staff and a poorly taught program (that is, of course when teaching was actually done), The teachers were not able to control unruly students, and fights broke out often. Cheating was the norm, and test answers were given to us just before we took the tests, assuring that all would pass. For our externship hours, there was not enough dialysis centers willing to take all of the students. Then it became evident that there was not going to be any job opportunities for all of the students that this "college" took in. All that I received from this experience was a heft debt ($15,000 to be exact) and regret for wasting a year of my life on empty promises. I hope that this review helps others turn the other way!
I enjoy the different teaching styles that I am receiving. I love the advice teachers are giving each class.
Students were typically young, single parents, and mostly female. It was not ethnically diverse. There was a guard in the building due to the frequency of fights breaking out.