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- of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.20 responses
- of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.16 responses
- of students agree that the workload is easy to manage.16 responses
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Vet Tech Institute of Houston Reviews
My time at VTI has been an absolutely miserable experience. Everyone there is so rude and judgemental. Most of the faculty and staff usually pick favorites and show it. They make you feel like you're not capable and stupid(there are some great teachers there though). The students are divided and don't get along like it may seem. The front office fluff up the school to be something it's not and leave you thinking that it's the best school in the world. However, I do really love all the hands on experience we get to have. It's something that will definitely set you apart from other people in your career. You pay $30,000 for them to basically set that money a side for themselves, and not to better the program or school. If you're on the financial aid list, you have an F in your main class until you go talk to them, even if it's just to sign a piece of paper for attendance! Long story short, I'm counting down the days till I can leave and never look back at the school or anyone there.
I love my school! There is always something new to learn, and it isn't just text book learning, we get full to have labs with animals and learn correct ways to do things as a future LVT. I love the challenge that this school brings to me in my every day life.
The application was easy and having an interview with the admissions expert was so informative!