Heritage College

★★★☆☆
  • 7100 S. I-35 Service Rd

    Oklahoma City, OK 73149

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  • 405-631-3399

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Visited this school to get information on esthetician program. Liked the tour, class schedule, friendly staff so much it seemed perfect. Filled out all of my enrollment papers, cringed a little bit at the course price. 22,000 for a 15 month part-time class. Yikes. Over the weekend filled out my FAFSA, got good news on that, took a hunk of the 22g's off. Something very strange while I was filling out enrollment papers, this guy told me to empty my phone contacts onto a piece of paper. ALL of them. He said he needed the numbers from my phone, I thought that was rude, creepy & just a plain waste of my time. Monday I get a phone call from admissions advisor, she says my high school transcript is no good & I need to get my GED. I am 30 & have NEVER been told this. I attended a college right after high school, have had multiple jobs, & was a sub for OKC public schools in which they requested a copy of my transcript & nothing has ever been said, until I went to Heritage. Why wasn't my high school accreditation ironed out BEFORE I was enrolled, got childcare worked out, loans & grant $$ taken care of, all that trouble just to be told for the first time I have not graduated high school. I would let this place of "education" be your LAST resort.
*UPDATE* spoke to OK board of cosmetology, this school REFUSES a select few home-school graduates. I was turned away from that place like I was garbage, & they led me to believe I have not graduated high school. Heritage thinks WAY to fondly of themselves to be so PICKY on who gets to attend there. Do NOT pick this school.

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Visited this school to get information on esthetician program. Liked the tour, class schedule, friendly staff so much it seemed perfect. Filled out all of my enrollment papers, cringed a little bit at the course price. 22,000 for a 15 month part-time class. Yikes. Over the weekend filled out my FAFSA, got good news on that, took a hunk of the 22g's off. Something very strange while I was filling out enrollment papers, this guy told me to empty my phone contacts onto a piece of paper. ALL of them. He said he needed the numbers from my phone, I thought that was rude, creepy & just a plain waste of my time. Monday I get a phone call from admissions advisor, she says my high school transcript is no good & I need to get my GED. I am 30 & have NEVER been told this. I attended a college right after high school, have had multiple jobs, & was a sub for OKC public schools in which they requested a copy of my transcript & nothing has ever been said, until I went to Heritage. Why wasn't my high school accreditation ironed out BEFORE I was enrolled, got childcare worked out, loans & grant $$ taken care of, all that trouble just to be told for the first time I have not graduated high school. I would let this place of "education" be your LAST resort.
*UPDATE* spoke to OK board of cosmetology, this school REFUSES a select few home-school graduates. I was turned away from that place like I was garbage, & they led me to believe I have not graduated high school. Heritage thinks WAY to fondly of themselves to be so PICKY on who gets to attend there. Do NOT pick this school.

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Want to get a great bargain?\n\nMassage is an important part of my life. I've found that it can be a fantastic tool for my mental and spiritual well-being. \n\nThat's why I'm so happy to have discovered Heritage. I get my massages for $25 from students at the school. These students are real pros. They are actually working toward a degree in massage therapy. Overall, these are consistently the best massages I've ever had. The setting is nice, but it's not the Maui Hyatt spa, if you know what I mean. But it's not $200 plus a tip, either. \n\nTry it.

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Want to get a great bargain?\n\nMassage is an important part of my life. I've found that it can be a fantastic tool for my mental and spiritual well-being. \n\nThat's why I'm so happy to have discovered Heritage. I get my massages for $25 from students at the school. These students are real pros. They are actually working toward a degree in massage therapy. Overall, these are consistently the best massages I've ever had. The setting is nice, but it's not the Maui Hyatt spa, if you know what I mean. But it's not $200 plus a tip, either. \n\nTry it.

Pros: Professional Skills, low prices

Cons: Not fancy, can be hard to get an appointment

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my wife is going to this school currently. the first problem we came across was they told us we got grants to pay for almost all of the schooling then later we found out we only got about 10% of the classes paid for then we found out the x-ray tech course is not actually x-ray tech. when she finishes the class she will not be eligible to take the test to become a RT but the course is called x-ray tech the funny part is her badge says x-ray tech, the web site says x-ray tech and the door to the class room says x-ray tech. and all of the paperwork says x-ray tech. it is extremely misleading it is actually a lie. they shouldn't be allowed to call it x-ray tech if that is not what it is. DO NOT ATTEND THIS SCHOOL! its more expensive, you are not eligible for the same grants and help as you would at another school because this one is considered a private school. and they are a bunch of liars.

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my wife is going to this school currently. the first problem we came across was they told us we got grants to pay for almost all of the schooling then later we found out we only got about 10% of the classes paid for then we found out the x-ray tech course is not actually x-ray tech. when she finishes the class she will not be eligible to take the test to become a RT but the course is called x-ray tech the funny part is her badge says x-ray tech, the web site says x-ray tech and the door to the class room says x-ray tech. and all of the paperwork says x-ray tech. it is extremely misleading it is actually a lie. they shouldn't be allowed to call it x-ray tech if that is not what it is. DO NOT ATTEND THIS SCHOOL! its more expensive, you are not eligible for the same grants and help as you would at another school because this one is considered a private school. and they are a bunch of liars.

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Heritage College offers training for high-demand careers. Most degree programs can be completed in 14 months. Career programs available include massage therapist, esthetician, personal trainer, pharmacy technician, medical assistant, and x-ray medical technician.

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Heritage College offers training for high-demand careers. Most degree programs can be completed in 14 months. Career programs available include massage therapist, esthetician, personal trainer, pharmacy technician, medical assistant, and x-ray medical technician.

Pros: Teachers and staff give individual attention to each student. Everything is about getting you a career you can love.

Cons: Heritage only accepts students who are sincerely committed to improving their lives.

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This is another school that is pushy. I called for infarmation over the phone and they didn't want to give me any information about the school unless I came in to talk to someone. They said classes were limited but they called me almost everyday and even sent several junk letters to me in the mail. I think one week I received about 4 letters.

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This is another school that is pushy. I called for infarmation over the phone and they didn't want to give me any information about the school unless I came in to talk to someone. They said classes were limited but they called me almost everyday and even sent several junk letters to me in the mail. I think one week I received about 4 letters.

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