Ponce Paramedical is a for-profit college located in Ponce, Puerto Rico. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 1,346 undergraduate students. The Ponce Paramedical acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Radiologic Technician, Culinary Arts and Food Service, and Dental Assisting. Graduating 43% of students, Ponce Paramedical alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $13,100.
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Most Popular Majors
Radiologic Technician74 Graduates
Culinary Arts and Food Service66 Graduates
Dental Assisting65 Graduates
Emergency Medical Technician (EMT Paramedic)50 Graduates
Physical Education Teaching and Coaching47 Graduates
Sonographer and Ultrasound Technician42 Graduates
Funeral Service and Mortuary Science34 Graduates
Healthcare Management33 Graduates
Massage Therapy and Bodywork29 Graduates
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Ponce Paramedical College Reviews
I'm studying technological radiology. The professors are prepared and former radiologist, they the laboratory rooms prepared with x-Ray machines, they are not that advance but they're still good. The curriculum can get a bit overwhelming but it's good.
The clases are good, I like the school it's well prepared. The professors and the staffs are do a good job but I consider it to be a bit to expensive and difficult for people of low income to remain studying there.
The Radiologic Technology program is not recognized by ARRT (American Registry of Radiologic Technologist). The program was accredited by MSACS and the program director was going through the process of having the program recognized by ARRT but postponed the process of recognition because they lacked faculty staff that lacked their ARRT certification and have them sign off the student's ARRT board exam applications. Because of that, I am trapped in PR without any hope of working as a Radiologic Technologist in the USA. The professors are mediocre and base their classes on a plagiarized material.