I actually have been enjoying going back to school. My instructors have been very helpful and are very intelligent and well informed. They work with you and want to make sure you are learning the best possible way to absorb everything to use towards your profession. They really to do care about having you be the best at what you want to succeed at. I have met a lot of great people, not only staff, but other students as well. I have made a few friendships that I see continuing on even after school has ended. It was even better for me since I'm new to the state of Texas and I had never been to San Antonio before, and I did not know anyone. And now I not only have made to bonds, but also with people who share in my passion for Physical Therapy as well. The only downside was the actual introduction process. When I came to visit before enrolling, I was seriously misinformed about the program itself. I was told it was a PTA program, not PTT. I was looking to earn my licensure. Then there were little things that continued to pop up from admissions after the days expired of being able to remove yourself from the program without penalty of continuing to pay. I was not the only one, and I know a few people dropped out or switched schools....there were nights where students got all upset and multiple times the head instructor would come into our class to reiterate the same facts one time, then it would change another. Then to find out that it was a completely new program. I understand there will be bugs starting anything up...but the honesty beforehand would have been appreciated more than a veil of what I thought it was. Because now I'm hoping that CHCP gets their accreditation so I can continue on and transfer my credits to an actual PTA program without having to re do another 2 years for my associates. And I have to come up with more money to do the actual program I wanted to do in the first place.