City - Hollywood is a private college located in Hollywood, Florida in the Miami Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 176 undergraduate students. The City - Hollywood acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Veterinary Technician and Assistant, Health Service Preparatory Studies, and Medical Insurance Coding. Graduating 14% of students, City - Hollywood alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $23,300.
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City College - Hollywood Reviews
The best at City College, I love the new experience for it being small, its still big and me being a new college student, makes me a very educational, intellectually in twine with the classes and teachers. What I would love to change, is have a 4 year(Bachelors) Degree programs instead of having 2 year(Associates) Degree program. It's a start, you know what they mean "New beginning ", my field is Business Administration 2 year (Associates) Degree program and I'm loving it so far.
The staff are fairly nice, but i think its just facade they put on to have the students thinking everything is fine. As far as teaching goes they are fairly good at their jobs and the students seem to be happy about learning at the school. Although, some of them tend to be very friendly with their students crossing the teacher - student line , they in all give off an alright vibe depending on which teacher presents your in , but i get a sense of unease when in the school. if you decide to go you will have a lot of on hands fun.
I have been to other colleges, but by far City College is the best I've been to. The moment you walk through the door, you are introduced to an advisor and they treat you like a human, not a number to meet a quota. I met with the Department Chair of Cardiovascular Sonography - Mark Berges, and we talked for about 40 minutes about the program. They only want dedicated students and not concerned about filling seats to whoever wants to attend. The professors are all very knowledgeable in there field of expertise. The students all help each other out and the atmosphere is somewhere you want to be. There is also free tutoring and financial aid help whenever needed. This is a non-profit school and fully accredited. I strongly recommend this school to anyone looking to change there life.