Gwinnett - Lilburn is a for-profit college located in Lilburn, Georgia in the Atlanta Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 142 undergraduate students. The Gwinnett - Lilburn acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Massage Therapy and Bodywork, Medical Assistant, and Business. Graduating 90% of students, Gwinnett - Lilburn alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $23,000.
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So far so good! The professors are great and the Massage Therapy program is excellent. I love the fact that I will receive a certification in Massage Therapy and Neuromuscular Therapy. Overall experience has been great so far.
Great school. Provides excellent foundation and support for adult learners. I think this is a great environment to start if you are going back to school. Class sizes are small and the professors are caring. The professors want to students to succeed.
If you are looking to enhance your life by earning a degree I do NOT recommend attendance here. This school is NOT properly accredited to transfer to "real" colleges or universities in Georgia. This stupid school has a director who doesn't give a damn about you only your money. The owner of the school is much worst they both seem money is more important that they have a low graduation rate because people are quitting because credits are not transferal with any school. You will end up with a very expensive piece of paper at the end of your journey. The students I met all struggled to find a job after graduating. They will sell you lies about a 90% job placement rate..This institution is a fraud. If there was a way I could sue and get my money back I would