Wow, a diploma not a degree for $$$$$ Run away!.
Only nice thing I can say is location.
Don't waste your time getting a loan for this school. 1. It's overpriced. 2. You're not earning a real degree. 3. Admissions has to meet a quota to get enough students to come here. 4. Placement has to meet a quota to get the students out of school. 5. Your competion in the work place has at least a Bachelor's Degree, you have a diploma that isn't worth the paper it's printed on.
Do yourself a favor, get a college degree. Can't afford that, go to a community college! You're welcome.
It's Working For Me. I am currently attending King's College for a diploma in medical assisting and will graduate in June of this year. Before coming here I hadn't been to school in over 10 years. I researched many schools with medical assisting programs and this was the only program that I could finish in the shortest amount of time with the most comprehensive training. Like any other school or program, everyone cannot be 100% happy, but I feel the experience is what you make of it. With a good work ethic, positive additude, support, and patience this program can be exactly what you're looking for. I feel confident that choosing King's was a good decision. Whenever I take one of my children or myself to the doctor's office, I ask the C.M.As where they attended school and the response over and over again is KING'S! I think that says a lot.
What are you doing with your life? I'll tell you what I'm doing with mine! As of June 17, 2011, I will graduate from King's College as a Certified Medical Assistant! Not only does this amazing school offer programs that you may be interested in, but they offer quality! You will work with some of the most intelligent and well-rounded professors in the Metro area! I began in August of 2010 and I am almost finished! If I can do it, anyone can! They will work with your job schedule, they will work with your home schedule; they will even try and accomodate your schedule so that you can pick your kids up from school!
It's not a joke. It's your life! Stop by! If your in the downtown area and you happen to drive past Presbyterian Hospital, stop on in across the street and find out a little more! From Medical Assisting, to Parallegal work, you can find what you're looking for!
Just take a second look. You will be glad you did!
Take a closer look.
Take a second look, and a third and a fourth look at this school. For $30,000 you are receiving an Associate's Degree from a school where your transcripts will mean absolutely nothing when you want to get a Bachelor's Degree. Go to CPCC or any other real school, spend less, grow up a little and even if you don't get a 4 yr. degree, you can get an Associate's Degree for approx. $8,000-$12,000!!!
NOTE: the last few reviews were done within days of each other so there must be a prize for the best review of the school. Nothing is worse than trying to get placed in a job that you're not ready for & not prepared for! IT'S FOR PROFIT PEOPLE-- theyve got to show they're placing the students even if the student works for 1 day. Ask anybody. Its got a horrible reputation and I'm embarrassed to say I went there.
Excellent Education/Preparation for Workforce. Upon graduating high school, I attended two semesters at UNC-Charlotte. The required coursework was basic and, as in high school, on a broad spectrum in comparison to what I wanted to do with my life. The professors were cold, distant, and could care less about you or whether you attended class or failed or passed your classes. I then attended King's College in a cooperative program and was able to intern at a Fortune 500 company while attending classes at King's College. The staff and instructors were professional and they cared about me as an individual. The classes were smaller and more individualized. The instructors worked with me when I was struggling and encouraged me in many positive ways. I was placed in my first career position in a law firm in Charlotte where I remained employed for over 9 years. I could not have succeeded as I have in my career without the education I received from King's College and I would HIGHLY recommend the school! With regard to expense...you get what you pay for!
Well Worth It!. King's College is a quality school and I graduated with a valuable education. When you pay for King's College, not only do you get your degree in a shorter amount of time, you get an excellent Placement Department. They will help you find a job even years after you have graduated, if you ever need them. They placed me before I even graduated and I have been working in my field ever since! I would recommend this school to any friend of mine!
Proud Parents. As a parent of a King's College graduate, I can say that my daughter had a great experince at King;s. She graduated and had job offers before her graduation. She was well trained in her career field in Office Administration and is now working with a local law firm and doing great. I am so thankful that she went to King's because the faculty really cared about her success and the Placement Department worked with her in finding a job. I highly recommentd King's College if you want your daughter/son to be a professional and earning a great income. ThANKS TO kING'S, our daughter has a great career.
KING'S COLLEGE IS GREAT!.
I decided to attend King's College right after graduating high school. I'm so glad I did. I received high quality education. The instructors and staff at King's were awesome. The placement department found me a great job with a large well-known firm. I have been actively working in the field that I graduated from at King's for over 20 years.
I would recommend King's to anyone. It's a great college!!
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