Ross Medical - Lansing is a for-profit college located in Waverly, Michigan in the Lansing Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 117 undergraduate students. The Ross Medical - Lansing acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Medical Assistant, Dental Assisting, and Medical Insurance Billing and Claims. Ross Medical - Lansing alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $21,700.
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Ross Medical Education Center - Lansing Reviews
I think that Ross is a great place to learn. It definitely gets you ready for the real world. The atmosphere is awesome and the people are very respectful.
I loved that the gym was open late but during break I was not permitted to use the weight room because I didn't love on campus. This was kind of annoying during summer when I took classes and could access the weight room. I was paying for resources I couldn't use all the time, like the library, which was also close during summer and most other breaks, even though school was still in session
Everything was included in my tuition, no surprises but had a hard time finding scholarships and grants to help offset the cost.