NE Culinary Institute is a for-profit college located in Montpelier, Vermont. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 104 undergraduate students. The NE Culinary Institute acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Culinary Arts and Food Service, Baking and Pastry Arts, and Restaurant and Food Services Management. Graduating 42% of students, NE Culinary Institute alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $30,200.
New England Culinary Institute Rankings
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New England Culinary Institute Reviews
This school's grade on here is far too high. The disorganization and lack of communication are ruining the school. The financial aid worker is only in one day a week making communicating with her impossible. Students are being told today that they owe 17,000 or 7,000 etc. by the 7th of December. So they have either pulled out massive loans or are in the prosses of dropping out. The dorms have mold in the bathrooms, and the school has removed the Gender Neutral Bathrooms which were a pro for the transgender or non-binary students attending. A majority of the teachers here are not teaching students. But the school has decided that it is a great idea to expand? The cost is far too high to be learning almost nothing as an incoming student. This school also only teaches French Cuisine. Although Internation Cuisine classes these classes focus on Europe and students, have also been told to avoid Asian cuisines because the teacher did not prefer it.
NECI has a great program but I unfortunately started when they were transferring to a new president. He communication has been horrible, but my class experience is amazing! Truley worth my time and money!
NECI is a great school if you love small, detail oriented schools. Although sometimes a small amount unorganized, it feels like a family. Every one knows your name, and all staff makes resources to succeed readily available.