Stautzenberger - Brecksville is a for-profit college located in Brecksville, Ohio in the Cleveland Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 136 undergraduate students. The Stautzenberger - Brecksville acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Veterinary Sciences, Sonographer and Ultrasound Technician, and Surgical Technologist. Graduating 14% of students, Stautzenberger - Brecksville alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $22,300.
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Most Popular Majors
Veterinary Sciences64 Graduates
Sonographer and Ultrasound Technician30 Graduates
Surgical Technologist18 Graduates
Medical Secretary17 Graduates
Medical Technician15 Graduates
Animal Grooming11 Graduates
Animal Sciences and Husbandry9 Graduates
Agricultural Business8 Graduates
Medical Insurance Coding3 Graduates
Legal Administrative Assistant2 Graduates
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I am currently enrolled in the Surgical Technology program at Stautzenberger college. I really like the small class sizes and how quickly my other classmates and I have became a close knit group. All of the staff is very approachable and always willing to help with anything. I feel like I can approach all of the staff whether it is teachers or regular staff. Everyone is very helpful. They truly want us to succeed.
I loved attending this College, their Animal Welfare and Business Management Associate's degree program is exceptional, and I'd highly recommend it to anyone who loves and is looking to work with animals.
We are in college. I understand that it's going to be tough. What I think is BAD business is when they change the program, half way through with the grading scale, and expect that to be okay with everyone. Then, you have to jump through hoops when you 'fail' with a final grade of a 78% and fail because you got less than a 77% on a final exam. I mean, above a 70% but less than a 77% and they act as if that means that you do not 'know' the material. I get it that you are supposed to know material, but THEY state that students loose a % of what it taught. Then, expect you to score excellent on exams. I get it, there is the VTNE to take afterwards, but I feel that it is a different type of test. One that we will be studying for, separately. Those who know more of the material, or retain what they learned back in 1st quarter, are going to pass w/flying colors, it doesn't happen! TRUST ME!