Career Point College

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  • 4522 Fredericksburg RD Suite A-18

    San Antonio, TX 78201

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I attended and graduated from CPC in 2012. I attended a tech program there for 9 months and ALL of the equipment and utilities were either broken or so old and out of date that even the teachers instructed us not to use them...labs being "graded" required us to know how to do certain tasks, but were never completed, yet still passed. We were all given a motivational speech about how "this school will give you the tools, but you must do the work." A friend of mine never even got his tool kit a necessity for most of the assignments. Most of the work I put into that school was trying to make sure that my "student councilor" was doing her job. I got placed into the wrong classes...I had gotten grades that were not correct so I had to physically prove that I had taken a course...We were promised everything in which we did not receive. They throw you into a room with 10-20 other people who don't know anything either while the "teacher" sits back and does nothing. I had zero mentorship and no directional support. I am ashamed to say that I graduated from here!

This school is more phoney than the ISS diploma I am holding in my hand.

Thanks Career Point.

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I attended and graduated from CPC in 2012. I attended a tech program there for 9 months and ALL of the equipment and utilities were either broken or so old and out of date that even the teachers instructed us not to use them...labs being "graded" required us to know how to do certain tasks, but were never completed, yet still passed. We were all given a motivational speech about how "this school will give you the tools, but you must do the work." A friend of mine never even got his tool kit a necessity for most of the assignments. Most of the work I put into that school was trying to make sure that my "student councilor" was doing her job. I got placed into the wrong classes...I had gotten grades that were not correct so I had to physically prove that I had taken a course...We were promised everything in which we did not receive. They throw you into a room with 10-20 other people who don't know anything either while the "teacher" sits back and does nothing. I had zero mentorship and no directional support. I am ashamed to say that I graduated from here!

This school is more phoney than the ISS diploma I am holding in my hand.

Thanks Career Point.

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I started at CPC in January for the VN program. The lady I spoke with and did paper work with was very unorganized. I called her twice to change my number and she never changed it. The day before when they make the phone calls, they were calling my references because she didn't write down my number.
Secondly, when we started, we didn't get our books until 3 weeks later. However, we were in a small building. Now we have moved to Crossroads Mall and have room to order the books ahead and store them.
I think the coordinators are not coordinated at all. A group after my group started and they put them in our classroom but didn't know where to put us. We were in that classroom always, we should of been left in there. All the classes are the same size.
The only reason I stay is because the instructors actually know what they are doing and talking about. If you have questions they answer it, they tell stories of their experiences and even give you their cell phone number and email address. If the instructors were unorganized I would of quit going.

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I started at CPC in January for the VN program. The lady I spoke with and did paper work with was very unorganized. I called her twice to change my number and she never changed it. The day before when they make the phone calls, they were calling my references because she didn't write down my number.
Secondly, when we started, we didn't get our books until 3 weeks later. However, we were in a small building. Now we have moved to Crossroads Mall and have room to order the books ahead and store them.
I think the coordinators are not coordinated at all. A group after my group started and they put them in our classroom but didn't know where to put us. We were in that classroom always, we should of been left in there. All the classes are the same size.
The only reason I stay is because the instructors actually know what they are doing and talking about. If you have questions they answer it, they tell stories of their experiences and even give you their cell phone number and email address. If the instructors were unorganized I would of quit going.

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If looking to inquire about the college, the best thing to do is find out for your selves instead of basing it off of others opinions. Ask anyone and they will tell you the same.

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If looking to inquire about the college, the best thing to do is find out for your selves instead of basing it off of others opinions. Ask anyone and they will tell you the same.

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Career Point is a move i wish i had never made. I went there in 07 I was a young mother and wanted to make something of my life. What a mistake !!! as i was attending teachers were getting switched everyother week and at that as the work was getting tough the teachers didnt know what to do so i was left to fend for myself and figure it out myself. I know i didnt pay 15 thousand dollar to teach myself. It was pissing me off here i am now stuck in student loan debt and no degree. I am trying to file a class act against them because they were not accredited while i was attending i want to have them atleast wipe the student loan off my credit and off my name .i am so in debt because of this mistake i dont know what to do. DO NOT ATTEND THIS JOKE THEY CALL A COLLEGE attend san antonio college they are one of the best and there tuition is about 13 thousand dollars cheaper and they actually care about your education. BEWARE OF CAREER POINT COLLEGE it is a move you will regret.

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Career Point is a move i wish i had never made. I went there in 07 I was a young mother and wanted to make something of my life. What a mistake !!! as i was attending teachers were getting switched everyother week and at that as the work was getting tough the teachers didnt know what to do so i was left to fend for myself and figure it out myself. I know i didnt pay 15 thousand dollar to teach myself. It was pissing me off here i am now stuck in student loan debt and no degree. I am trying to file a class act against them because they were not accredited while i was attending i want to have them atleast wipe the student loan off my credit and off my name .i am so in debt because of this mistake i dont know what to do. DO NOT ATTEND THIS JOKE THEY CALL A COLLEGE attend san antonio college they are one of the best and there tuition is about 13 thousand dollars cheaper and they actually care about your education. BEWARE OF CAREER POINT COLLEGE it is a move you will regret.

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CPC is accredited but anyone looking into college accreditation, particularly for private tech colleges, will have learned that it is best to start&finish in their programs. That?s not unique to CPC. "Real" private colleges have similar issues w/ courses transferring to a state university. Folks that are complaining about this may not be familiar w/ traditional universities. Complaints about classrooms (run down, smell, people walking in&out) I agree could be a problem&should be reported when possible. Maybe they will have a owned campus one day,but this could impact costs so complainers should keep that in mind. If testing I would complain&move right then&there. It is your education&potential career. Take the outcome into your hands&stop complaining! Ultimately any college/tech training programs U will only get out of it what U put into it. When I see posts about parking, drugs, sex, skanky girls jibber-jabbering in the back of class&disrupting things...all sounds like what I experienced off&on while attending traditional universities so this isn?t unique. Get over it/work around it/report it constructively&focus on what U need to do. The admissions process was informative, in part because I EDUCATED MYSELF on the school&their programs before going in. As an adult it's your responsibility, not theirs. No one can force U to sign up or take financial aide for school or daycare. That is ridiculous. Complaints about cost are unfair in my opinion. U always have options-go to Community College or another tech school if U choose. U may not like your options but U have them.U are paying a premium in tuition for a couple reasons-the time frame to finish is accelerated to put U in a position of employability as soon as possible.This is valuable for many. Taking the similar programs via traditional colleges would typically take longer. It is also a "private" school. They ALWAYS cost more. Regarding job placement leads-they cannot&do not promise U a great job, or any job. That is UP TO YOU. They offer U leads. There may be limited openings at the locations that have provided leads to CPC so there will be more people competing. That's life.U have to equip yourself w/knowledge&a good attitude to increase your chances of being the best candidate. And remember that right out of any program U are starting at entry level. It goes up from there typically depending on your work ethic&attitude. Once U get into the work place it matters little WHERE U went to school. It matters more THAT U went, did well, completed it, etc. Once hired it is up to U to display qualities of a good employee. Take pride in your educational efforts regardless of where U went. And strive to be a life long student. Work on always learning more about your chosen field. This is key. U know if U worked hard or not. If those around U don't, believe me that 9 times out of 10, it will prove out in the end when they are unable to keep jobs&constantly burn bridges behind them w/every job they are lucky enough to get. And EVERY orientation day at every school or job I've had could be described as a bunch of people coming in to tell U what&how to do stuff. That's the point. Suffer through&make it to day 2. I have gone to school or training of some sort for the past 22 years (not including grammar&High School)&have earned an Associates, Bachelor's&MBA along w/several industry IT certifications all thru non-traditional college attendance (working full time, going to school at night, weekends, etc.)&it takes work, suffering thru mediocre instructors at times, annoying classmates, etc. But it isn't about them....it?s about YOU. Make it count.

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CPC is accredited but anyone looking into college accreditation, particularly for private tech colleges, will have learned that it is best to start&finish in their programs. That?s not unique to CPC. "Real" private colleges have similar issues w/ courses transferring to a state university. Folks that are complaining about this may not be familiar w/ traditional universities. Complaints about classrooms (run down, smell, people walking in&out) I agree could be a problem&should be reported when possible. Maybe they will have a owned campus one day,but this could impact costs so complainers should keep that in mind. If testing I would complain&move right then&there. It is your education&potential career. Take the outcome into your hands&stop complaining! Ultimately any college/tech training programs U will only get out of it what U put into it. When I see posts about parking, drugs, sex, skanky girls jibber-jabbering in the back of class&disrupting things...all sounds like what I experienced off&on while attending traditional universities so this isn?t unique. Get over it/work around it/report it constructively&focus on what U need to do. The admissions process was informative, in part because I EDUCATED MYSELF on the school&their programs before going in. As an adult it's your responsibility, not theirs. No one can force U to sign up or take financial aide for school or daycare. That is ridiculous. Complaints about cost are unfair in my opinion. U always have options-go to Community College or another tech school if U choose. U may not like your options but U have them.U are paying a premium in tuition for a couple reasons-the time frame to finish is accelerated to put U in a position of employability as soon as possible.This is valuable for many. Taking the similar programs via traditional colleges would typically take longer. It is also a "private" school. They ALWAYS cost more. Regarding job placement leads-they cannot&do not promise U a great job, or any job. That is UP TO YOU. They offer U leads. There may be limited openings at the locations that have provided leads to CPC so there will be more people competing. That's life.U have to equip yourself w/knowledge&a good attitude to increase your chances of being the best candidate. And remember that right out of any program U are starting at entry level. It goes up from there typically depending on your work ethic&attitude. Once U get into the work place it matters little WHERE U went to school. It matters more THAT U went, did well, completed it, etc. Once hired it is up to U to display qualities of a good employee. Take pride in your educational efforts regardless of where U went. And strive to be a life long student. Work on always learning more about your chosen field. This is key. U know if U worked hard or not. If those around U don't, believe me that 9 times out of 10, it will prove out in the end when they are unable to keep jobs&constantly burn bridges behind them w/every job they are lucky enough to get. And EVERY orientation day at every school or job I've had could be described as a bunch of people coming in to tell U what&how to do stuff. That's the point. Suffer through&make it to day 2. I have gone to school or training of some sort for the past 22 years (not including grammar&High School)&have earned an Associates, Bachelor's&MBA along w/several industry IT certifications all thru non-traditional college attendance (working full time, going to school at night, weekends, etc.)&it takes work, suffering thru mediocre instructors at times, annoying classmates, etc. But it isn't about them....it?s about YOU. Make it count.

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I?m not going to sit here and argue with all these comments. Instead I?m just going to say that I?m grateful to career point. I don?t know where I would be without the experience I got there. I can now say proudly that I did something in my life that actually paid off. I can single handedly support my family without having to send my pregnant wife out to work just to pay the bills. I appreciate what this school has done for me.

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I?m not going to sit here and argue with all these comments. Instead I?m just going to say that I?m grateful to career point. I don?t know where I would be without the experience I got there. I can now say proudly that I did something in my life that actually paid off. I can single handedly support my family without having to send my pregnant wife out to work just to pay the bills. I appreciate what this school has done for me.

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I don?t know what school the other people went to, but my experience at career point was completely different. First off, the school is not all runned down as the previous person described it. I constantly see the maintenance working on projects here and there, retouching a wall with a fresh coat of paint, fixing anything that needs attention. Oh, and the vending machines are there. If you miss them, you may need to go get your eyes checked out. Besides, I don?t know why anyone would rate a school on vending machines. Most of the computers have windows xp. The only ones that have windows 2000 are the ones in the typing class. But who would need more to type, it?s not like you?re going to be typing at 3000 words per minute. As far as the free laptops go, you have to be enrolled in the associates program, and taking online courses. You can?t just walk up to your teacher and request a laptop. Everyone is going to laugh at you. What I see here is just negligence. One person somehow managed to miss everything, and is now venting with a review. And please take pride in what you do, self pity will get you nowhere.....Fast!

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I don?t know what school the other people went to, but my experience at career point was completely different. First off, the school is not all runned down as the previous person described it. I constantly see the maintenance working on projects here and there, retouching a wall with a fresh coat of paint, fixing anything that needs attention. Oh, and the vending machines are there. If you miss them, you may need to go get your eyes checked out. Besides, I don?t know why anyone would rate a school on vending machines. Most of the computers have windows xp. The only ones that have windows 2000 are the ones in the typing class. But who would need more to type, it?s not like you?re going to be typing at 3000 words per minute. As far as the free laptops go, you have to be enrolled in the associates program, and taking online courses. You can?t just walk up to your teacher and request a laptop. Everyone is going to laugh at you. What I see here is just negligence. One person somehow managed to miss everything, and is now venting with a review. And please take pride in what you do, self pity will get you nowhere.....Fast!

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I think this is the same lady that is on the Yahoo local pages bashing Career Point. Don't let the opinions of this one crazy fool you. This is a very good school and its sad that a few bad eggs don't get handed a diploma and make a big stink about it. Make a valiant effort at all cost, don't sit around and settle and expect stuff to fall in your lap.
I attended CPC alittle over 2 years ago and do not regret it one bit. i'm now working a sweet little PC Help desk job and reviving quarterly raises, oh and guess who placed me here. Don't let this negativity create a false front, go check out the school. It could be the best investment in your future you've ever made.

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I think this is the same lady that is on the Yahoo local pages bashing Career Point. Don't let the opinions of this one crazy fool you. This is a very good school and its sad that a few bad eggs don't get handed a diploma and make a big stink about it. Make a valiant effort at all cost, don't sit around and settle and expect stuff to fall in your lap.
I attended CPC alittle over 2 years ago and do not regret it one bit. i'm now working a sweet little PC Help desk job and reviving quarterly raises, oh and guess who placed me here. Don't let this negativity create a false front, go check out the school. It could be the best investment in your future you've ever made.

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DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY HERE! THE SCHOOL LOVES TO CLAIM TO BE ACREDITED AND EVEN CALL THEMSELVES A COLLEGE BUT THE TRUTH IS THEY ARE NOT ACREDITED THROUGH AN ORGANIZATION THAT MATTERS. AND POTENTIAL EMPLOYERS KNOW THAT. THE ONLY WAY TO GET A LEGIT SOLID EDUCATION IS TO TOUGH IT OUT AT A REAL SCHOOL THAT IS ACREDITED THROUGH THE SOUTH TEXAS EDUCATION AGENCY. YOUR CREDITS ARE NO GOOD AND ACCORDING TO THE SOUTH TEXAS EDUCATION AGENCY NON EXISTANT IF YOU GET THEM FROM CAREER POINT.

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DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY HERE! THE SCHOOL LOVES TO CLAIM TO BE ACREDITED AND EVEN CALL THEMSELVES A COLLEGE BUT THE TRUTH IS THEY ARE NOT ACREDITED THROUGH AN ORGANIZATION THAT MATTERS. AND POTENTIAL EMPLOYERS KNOW THAT. THE ONLY WAY TO GET A LEGIT SOLID EDUCATION IS TO TOUGH IT OUT AT A REAL SCHOOL THAT IS ACREDITED THROUGH THE SOUTH TEXAS EDUCATION AGENCY. YOUR CREDITS ARE NO GOOD AND ACCORDING TO THE SOUTH TEXAS EDUCATION AGENCY NON EXISTANT IF YOU GET THEM FROM CAREER POINT.

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This school is Terrible!!!! They aggressively presue you after you call to inquire about the school. Then once they get you into the office to "look" at the school they don't let you leave until they sign you up. Check this out, 3 of the 5 instructors that i have had either give you the answers to the tests or they dont even look at the tests and mark the it with a passing grade. theres no attendance policy because they really dont care if you show up or not unless your getting a bus card: meaning they are paying for it. Once the school scams the financial aid out of you, your screwed because if you drop out they keep your money and your on your own. We just got 5 new students in our class that didn't even get their books and they asked the 5 students to share 1 book! In all of my classes there's groups of stupid girls that sit in the back of the classrooms and laugh, talk over instructors, and constantly disrupt the class. Ive seen so many people get up and actually walk out of classes because theres no reason to sit in the class when you cant even hear the instructor. The school itself is ugly the buildings are falling apart inside, some of the classrooms stink, and dont even get me started on the restrooms! I even had one class that was connected to another and students were constantly walking in and out even while we were testing. The only thing that actually looks good at the school is the admissions office of course. Oh and im going to school there currently and there is not a damn thing new in that school. id love for you to tell me where the new computers are: the school is still using windows 2000, and where are those vending machines? i have classes in all buildings and i haven't seen any...... also i hate to burst your bubble girl, but i promise you'll never see a laptop from that school lmao!!!! A laptop hahaha i'm gonna go ask for one tomorrow!!!! Oh, there are a FEW good instructors but it's really just a waste when you can't even get your books. Career point is a scam so make sure you think check every other school you can before you waste your time here. My cousin went to kaplan and she said it was awsome. I have a 4.0 and i go to school everyday because i have to make the best of what i got, but I know when a potential employer looks at my resume and they see career point, they will probably trash it hopefully someone will take pitty on me and give me a job. Don't just take my word for it, but do your homework and don't make the same mistake i have. i rated the school a one only because i couldnt give it a zero. SHAME ON YOU CAREER POINT!!!

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This school is Terrible!!!! They aggressively presue you after you call to inquire about the school. Then once they get you into the office to "look" at the school they don't let you leave until they sign you up. Check this out, 3 of the 5 instructors that i have had either give you the answers to the tests or they dont even look at the tests and mark the it with a passing grade. theres no attendance policy because they really dont care if you show up or not unless your getting a bus card: meaning they are paying for it. Once the school scams the financial aid out of you, your screwed because if you drop out they keep your money and your on your own. We just got 5 new students in our class that didn't even get their books and they asked the 5 students to share 1 book! In all of my classes there's groups of stupid girls that sit in the back of the classrooms and laugh, talk over instructors, and constantly disrupt the class. Ive seen so many people get up and actually walk out of classes because theres no reason to sit in the class when you cant even hear the instructor. The school itself is ugly the buildings are falling apart inside, some of the classrooms stink, and dont even get me started on the restrooms! I even had one class that was connected to another and students were constantly walking in and out even while we were testing. The only thing that actually looks good at the school is the admissions office of course. Oh and im going to school there currently and there is not a damn thing new in that school. id love for you to tell me where the new computers are: the school is still using windows 2000, and where are those vending machines? i have classes in all buildings and i haven't seen any...... also i hate to burst your bubble girl, but i promise you'll never see a laptop from that school lmao!!!! A laptop hahaha i'm gonna go ask for one tomorrow!!!! Oh, there are a FEW good instructors but it's really just a waste when you can't even get your books. Career point is a scam so make sure you think check every other school you can before you waste your time here. My cousin went to kaplan and she said it was awsome. I have a 4.0 and i go to school everyday because i have to make the best of what i got, but I know when a potential employer looks at my resume and they see career point, they will probably trash it hopefully someone will take pitty on me and give me a job. Don't just take my word for it, but do your homework and don't make the same mistake i have. i rated the school a one only because i couldnt give it a zero. SHAME ON YOU CAREER POINT!!!

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tori - 07/02/10 Oh maryw12381 - I sooo agree with you!!! LOL Poor Poor CPI. I was a Career Point student (not proud) in 06 passed with a 4.0 and had no good job leads like they claimed I would. They do just send you off to job fairs and to some $7.50 hr jobs when they have them available BUT at that they tell everyone else in your field about that one job so its like a gigantic flock of vultures . How can any one afford to live off of 7.50 hr ?? I know I sure cant, which was the reason I went to this school. The reviews which have rated CPI with 1 star are extremely real and 100% HONEST. I can vouch for many of their claims, from the teachers passing you for nothing or little to nothing , favoritism, the teachers just sitting there playing on their computers, the staff (in my time there ) had a high turn over rate, they DO aggressively pursue you after you inquire, The do not fully inform you of what you are getting yourself into when you sign your financial aid life away upon many many more which i probably would not have enough room here to include. I can say that it is a scam, they do have SOME (very few) good things about the school but the bad outweigh those by leaps and bounds! SO AFTER READING THE 5 STAR REVIEWS ON HERE I COULDN'T HELP BUT LAUGHING AND THEN FEELING SORRY FOR THE SCHOOL AND PEOPLE THAT WROTE THOSE. FUNNY THEY ARE ALL 5 STAR REVIEWS, SOME HAVE THE SAME NAME AND SAME DATES. I WOULDN'T DOUBT IT IF CPI HAS TURNED THEIR RECRUITERS OR SO CALLED "ITT DEPARTMENT" OUT ON TO THE INTERNET TO ATTEMPT AND REVERSE THEIR BAD BUT HONEST REVIEWS. SAD SAD STORY............Beware! Don't go here! Let's start with the admissions process. Sure, they will get you financing but think about 20% interest on a loan, and they will try to get you to finance daycare too. That's bad bad bad. No job guarantee, and even worse it's waaay too expensive. You can get the same training at any community college for 1/3 the cost. Next, the cheesy "orientation". A bunch of random people come in for 2 days telling you what to do, and half the time you're just sitting there with nothing to do but look at the falling down walls and the Bentley pulling in the office with some old hag carrying a $4000 purse and a couple of dogs come and go. Whatever. Next, try getting your books. They are always "ordered" Good luck getting them before you finish your program. Next: the classrooms. Underfurnished and understaffed, they hand you a book and say "read" you'll catch up. If you're thinking maybe this wasn't a good idea, run! Yes, it was hard getting finally enrolled and actually starting school, but this place is a total rip-off. Sorry, I digress. Back to the classrooms, and students. This is absolutely the place to come if you want to expand your drug business, or hook up. Sex in the parking lot is a common thing, as are regular drug deals. I'm surprised the cops haven't figured that out yet. I will say I know a couple of friends that actually did get out of here with a better job, but for all the crap around here, it's hardly worth it and there's other schools that will do the same thing without making you feel like a chump for going there. The management is a joke. The owner is a creep, but I hear he has a big boat. Maybe that's what the 20% interest on a $15 thousand dollar loan is paying for. Again be warned! DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY HERE!!!

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tori - 07/02/10 Oh maryw12381 - I sooo agree with you!!! LOL Poor Poor CPI. I was a Career Point student (not proud) in 06 passed with a 4.0 and had no good job leads like they claimed I would. They do just send you off to job fairs and to some $7.50 hr jobs when they have them available BUT at that they tell everyone else in your field about that one job so its like a gigantic flock of vultures . How can any one afford to live off of 7.50 hr ?? I know I sure cant, which was the reason I went to this school. The reviews which have rated CPI with 1 star are extremely real and 100% HONEST. I can vouch for many of their claims, from the teachers passing you for nothing or little to nothing , favoritism, the teachers just sitting there playing on their computers, the staff (in my time there ) had a high turn over rate, they DO aggressively pursue you after you inquire, The do not fully inform you of what you are getting yourself into when you sign your financial aid life away upon many many more which i probably would not have enough room here to include. I can say that it is a scam, they do have SOME (very few) good things about the school but the bad outweigh those by leaps and bounds! SO AFTER READING THE 5 STAR REVIEWS ON HERE I COULDN'T HELP BUT LAUGHING AND THEN FEELING SORRY FOR THE SCHOOL AND PEOPLE THAT WROTE THOSE. FUNNY THEY ARE ALL 5 STAR REVIEWS, SOME HAVE THE SAME NAME AND SAME DATES. I WOULDN'T DOUBT IT IF CPI HAS TURNED THEIR RECRUITERS OR SO CALLED "ITT DEPARTMENT" OUT ON TO THE INTERNET TO ATTEMPT AND REVERSE THEIR BAD BUT HONEST REVIEWS. SAD SAD STORY............Beware! Don't go here! Let's start with the admissions process. Sure, they will get you financing but think about 20% interest on a loan, and they will try to get you to finance daycare too. That's bad bad bad. No job guarantee, and even worse it's waaay too expensive. You can get the same training at any community college for 1/3 the cost. Next, the cheesy "orientation". A bunch of random people come in for 2 days telling you what to do, and half the time you're just sitting there with nothing to do but look at the falling down walls and the Bentley pulling in the office with some old hag carrying a $4000 purse and a couple of dogs come and go. Whatever. Next, try getting your books. They are always "ordered" Good luck getting them before you finish your program. Next: the classrooms. Underfurnished and understaffed, they hand you a book and say "read" you'll catch up. If you're thinking maybe this wasn't a good idea, run! Yes, it was hard getting finally enrolled and actually starting school, but this place is a total rip-off. Sorry, I digress. Back to the classrooms, and students. This is absolutely the place to come if you want to expand your drug business, or hook up. Sex in the parking lot is a common thing, as are regular drug deals. I'm surprised the cops haven't figured that out yet. I will say I know a couple of friends that actually did get out of here with a better job, but for all the crap around here, it's hardly worth it and there's other schools that will do the same thing without making you feel like a chump for going there. The management is a joke. The owner is a creep, but I hear he has a big boat. Maybe that's what the 20% interest on a $15 thousand dollar loan is paying for. Again be warned! DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY HERE!!!

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I have been going to career point for several months now. The instructors are extremely knowledgable. Most of my instructors have worked in there fields of study for years, unlike other colleges who have instructors that went to school to do just that, instruc, with no real world experience to pass onl

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I have been going to career point for several months now. The instructors are extremely knowledgable. Most of my instructors have worked in there fields of study for years, unlike other colleges who have instructors that went to school to do just that, instruc, with no real world experience to pass onl

Pros: They have a mix of online courses and hands on assignments

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I am a graduate of Career Point and I have a great job with benefits. Best of all I am doing somethin I am proud of.

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★★★★★

I am a graduate of Career Point and I have a great job with benefits. Best of all I am doing somethin I am proud of.

Pros: Courses that fit my schedule, Onsite daycare

Cons: The teachers are so concerned they will check on you at home

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I've been going to Career Point for several months and I am happy here. The people on the phone were great and the admissions rep was very helpful. They helped me get my financial aid and I was able to start right away. I am taking 2 online courses and I love them. They just announced that when I get in my second year they are going to give me a laptop for free. The floors, walls, and equiment are new. The instructors help me out alot and I love the hands on that I get here. The only downside is the parking. If I am running late, I have to walk from the back of the parking lot.

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I've been going to Career Point for several months and I am happy here. The people on the phone were great and the admissions rep was very helpful. They helped me get my financial aid and I was able to start right away. I am taking 2 online courses and I love them. They just announced that when I get in my second year they are going to give me a laptop for free. The floors, walls, and equiment are new. The instructors help me out alot and I love the hands on that I get here. The only downside is the parking. If I am running late, I have to walk from the back of the parking lot.

Pros: Great instructors

Cons: crowded parking

 

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