Nevada Career Inst. is a for-profit college located in North Las Vegas, Nevada in the Las Vegas Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 244 undergraduate students. The Nevada Career Inst. acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Medical Assistant, Surgical Technologist, and Medical Insurance Billing and Claims. Graduating 60% of students, Nevada Career Inst. alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $28,800.
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Starting off was amazing it was hard but very satisfying in the end. I was never a book worm, but the Teacher made it interesting to study and lecture we on point very interactive and knowledgeable. Than we went to the lab portion of the program and that has been unsatisfying. First the program lost a few instructors and I know that makes thing a little harder to maintain a steady flow of education. As of this moment we finally have an instructors that is good at lecture and even more amazing in lab and practical aspect. For the program we definitely have supplies and instrument. I was very surprise to see all that the school provide and if we don't have one physically on campus, then the instructor will look for one on the internet or instrumentation books, very helpful I mite add. I'm an hands on learner. So I do have to say is that my campus does have the proper equipment and instrument available.
The lady is in financial aid office is very short. I have tried to go in there to ask if she knows of any scholarships available for my degree and she basically told me to go on the internet. I know she is probably busy and over worked, I just highly disagree will her financial aid advise. I even tired on a not so busy day and still had the same out come. I could be upset with her, instead I went looking on my own.
Typical student at my campus is a younger single parent. I believe in my program I am the only student that does not have any children. My campus offers morning classes and evening classes. Very helpful for the parent that are trying to further their education. My campus has a mixture of ethnicity and I actually love that it is not just one group of individuals I feel like its a advance that will help in the future to understanding one another.