Brookline College Phoenix Arizona

Complaint: During my first appointment with a school adviser, I was initially told that a drug felony from my past would not inhibit me from obtaining my certification through the school, nor would it disqualify me from finding a career in the studied field. I met with a financial adviser who said I did not qualify for financial aid but I could find their direct loan options more beneficial however I would still be paying almost $200 monthly to attend. I would need a cosigner as well as an emergency contact but the sole person responsible for all payments would be myself. Once I began classes, the first teacher I had was excellent! No complaints. The second, unfortunately was unqualified for her position, did not have a set curriculum and was incredibly unknowledgeable when it came to mental illness and women’s reproductive health. It did not feel like a safe space. Once I had switched to the night class schedule, I began having issues with my credits- they seemed to lose important information I needed on file for me to continue my education. I spoke with a separate adviser as well as a teacher I did not have class with at the time who informed me that, yes, I MIGHT be eligible to receive my certification IF I tested well and presented my case to a board of nurses and school staff during the final stages of the program and would not know what the consensus would be until after I had completed the classes. There would be the definite possibility I could complete the program without the ability to receive any certification for it. Afterwards, I did a bit of research online and found that I would not be able to find a job in my field due to my drug felony. Former students and graduates relaid their experiences where the certification received from Brookline was not acceptable for use in some states and the students would be required to attend a community college in order to earn proper education. At that point, I had decided to speak with the staff to terminate my enrollment. I was told I would likely not owe anything more besides personal book fees because I was pulling myself out of the program early and I had been paying the school directly per month. Fast forward to today, the current cosigner and emergency contact are being continually harassed despite the change of address I had notified the school of on several occasions so they could send me whatever was necessary to resolve the problems at hand. I am tired of receiving emails for scam “loan forgiveness”” that are seemingly non-reputable. I am tired of receiving phone calls stating that I owe over $50k when the entire program was only supposed to max to $15k. I am tired of this sham of a school harassing my family. I am trying to move forward in life. This is holding me back. Bailey (“”Sonny””) Phoenix

Tags: Health Care Education

Address: Arizona”

Website:

Phone: 2445 W Dunlap Ave STE 100 Phoenix, Arizona USA

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