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they are really suportive on getting you free money, making sure you turned in things when you get in their program. Everyone is very friendly and want to say hello.
I chose this school because after touring this one and Pima medical institute I felt like I would receive a better education at CAVT. I have gone in and sat down a few times with Traci in financial aid and she has been the biggest help with figuring out how much school will cost and how I am going to pay for it. My credits from my previous degree transferred over without any problem and it knocked off 2 classes from my first quarter! With my schedule I will also be able to work because I have 4 days off a week!
The financial advisor, Traci, is great and super helpful.