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1. Department of Computer Science

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1 reviews
Department of Computer Science
Location
5
Price
5
Class
5
Facilities
5
Teachers
5

Address: Science and Engineering Hall, 800 22nd St NW #4000, Washington, DC 20052

Telephone: (202) 994-6080

Guy: University


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Kana Nagato: The staffs in department are very nice. They helped me often .

2. The George Washington University Summer and Special Programs

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The George Washington University Summer and Special Programs
Location
5
Price
5
Class
5
Facilities
5
Teachers
5

Address: 1922 F St NW STE 304, Washington, DC 20052

Telephone: (202) 994-6360

Guy: University department


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Jayson Alvarez: Working as an RA at PC has been an amazing experience. Working with the program's students and staff has taught me invaluable life skills and lessons with people I will remember.

Noah White: GW pre college was a great experience and allowed for me to have a wonderful summer By gaining knowlege and making memories and meeting new people from around the world.

Emily Kohn: The staff and activities were so much and it provided great options to explore the city!

3. University of the District of Columbia Community College (UDC-CC)

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University of the District of Columbia Community College (UDC-CC)
Location
5
Price
5
Class
5
Facilities
5
Teachers
5

Address: 801 North Capitol St NE, Washington, DC 20002

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM

Telephone: (202) 274-5000

Guy: Community college


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Henok D: The most terrible school I have ever been to. Both the main campus and the Community college are the same. A lot of slow, unprofessional, and rude staff who keep yelling at students when they are not even doing their jobs properly. I submitted a certain paper to the Financial Aid office and they told me they lost the paper after weeks that I had to pay about $1700 out of pocket. During the 2020 Pandemic, I tried to contact them as I was having difficulty to waive the Student Insurance that is provided through the school because I already had an insurance coverage; no one answered my call until it was due. And now Miss Gaskon told me that I have to pay about $1300 for the coverage I never needed. Mis Gascon was there in 2018/19 when I had the same issue; she helped me waive it then. I could not go to her office in 2020 be a of Covid restrictions. I tried to solve the issue communicating with them but nothing got better yet. I would not recommend anyone to go the UDC unless one needs a headache. I cannot deny that there are some great Professors such as Prof. Sonnie Abebaku. However, individuals are very helpful to us, it’s overall experience at the university that makes a difference in our academic lives. So far, my overall experience is just TERRIBLE!

Danielle Carroll: I went to school here for my AA and it was a breeze. Yes the admissions needs some work (never fixed it) but the education, the teachers and the school itself is fine. It's so affordable and you can always learn something new. I got a paid internship through UDC and even though with it's slight hiccups, this school is still great. I'm at the main campus now working on my Bachelors and I'm 16 classes shy of finishing. Don't pay the haters any mind.

Edgar E: Worst administration I have ever had to deal with. Not only do they never respond to email or phone calls, they can't even keep track of ELECTRONIC applications, that required my daughter to submit 3 times and be forced enrolled late into classes due to their incompetence. But they also can't even have the literacy to read the applications correctly to charge the correct rate to students. They went ahead to charge not only my daughter but several other students out-of-state resident rates when all their applications illustrated DC residents. Like how can you not even read what's on the applications! How many other students were charged nearly 3 times when they should have been charged as a DC residents scares me on the level of corruption and neglect this body demonstrates to it's it's attendees.0 Then to not even have the decency and competence to even respond to emails and calls to try to correct this is just completely absurd, no wonder UDC is a laughing stock of a school to attend they can't even serve as a place to get extra credits for actual schools. How neglectful can you be to students and applicants, like seriously!

Lucien Graves: I was interested in nursing but the department leads never answer even with me contacting them daily for the last 3 months. Not to mention the admissions department takes 2 weeks to email back and never answers a single call. Just go in person, it's faster but still highly unprofessional since they eat and have conversations with others in front of you. You can see why they never answer.

Yesly Turcios: GLEN DOMINA rudest person ever if you are working under a facility and a Student is inquiring on information/assistance you should be able to provide that at your upmost ability but unfortunately that was not the case here..

Danny Hirschfield: I graduated UDC-CC with an AA degree in Liberal Studies Fall Class of 2015 Alumnus. This college really helped me develop my learning skills as I am an older non-traditional student that started as a freshman with very little prior knowledge and discipline in academia. I have transitioned to the UDC flagship campus pursuing my BA degree in Political Science as a pre-law student. This university is the most affordable place to get a good quality education being the only public higher learning institution in Washington, D.C.

Jamilya Allen: Okay So I applied about 3weeks to a month ago and I’ve yet to receive any papers informing me if I was missing any documents or etc. I’ve called at least 5 times a day for about two weeks straight leaving voicemail after voicemail and no one has yet to return my call not only did I call multiple times I have also emailed them multiple and no response. It’s ridiculous what’s the point of having an admissions office if they not even going to pick up the phone, guide you in the process of being admitted or anything else like you guys get paid to do nothing it’s sad.

h T: This University has only good professors! But getting a Bachelor from the UDC will not get you a job!! Their jobs faire is just to get a website from the companies and brochures lol!

Jordan Stewart: The financial aid lady with gray hair and dreads is disrespectful af. Most of the staff here are disorganized and rude. I disenrolled 2 months ago. When I went to disenroll the lady was eating crab legs in front of me. Come to find out she never really disenrolled me, and I had to go back up there today. Smh. I really wanted this to work bc I’m a Dc Resident but I’m enrolling at PGCC.

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4. Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies

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25 reviews
Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies
Location
5
Price
5
Class
5
Facilities
5
Teachers
5

Address: 640 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC 20001

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM

Telephone: (202) 687-8700

Guy: Graduate school


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Hemant Gaule: Great institution, excellent faculty and resources available to students. A lot of impressive events and conferences are hosted at the institute.

Amy Friedlander: Like many others have said, the support staff, to include the Deans Office, is absolutely awful. Unhelpful, discourteous, unprofessional. I expected so much more from this institution, but the SCS is a disappointment and can only be described as a mediocre school at best.

Larry Poe: The classes and the professors are superlative. However, I concur with many comments here....THE SUPPORT STAFF SUCKS!!! You expect a lot more from the admissions office, registrar and folks that answer the phones (oh, by the way, if you call the SCS you usually receive the voice mail) when you pay 60K for a Master's degree. Georgetown is truly "resting on its laurels" and academic reputation in the customer service department. Every time I needed assistance from someone, it was as if I was asking for a favor and not paying for a service (lots of attitude and unhelpful comments). CUSTOMER SERVICE IS TRULY NOT A PRIORITY AT THIS INSTITUTION....
Response: Dear Larry, Thank you for sharing your thoughts regarding Georgetown SCS’s Emergency & Disaster Management program in the Middle East. We’re sorry to hear that the student support services have not met your expectations thus far. We’d very much appreciate the opportunity to speak with you further about your experience and do what we can to help with any outstanding issues. A member of your program support team will be reaching out to you as soon as possible to arrange a time to discuss. Sincerely, Office of the Dean, SCS

Karina Valverde: I love being a student on campus again. In pursuit of my masters in Public Relations and Corporate Communications. This campus is for the grad school and certificate programs. The culture is professional, high caliber students.

Patrick Revord: Convenient location, beautiful building, great instruction and great classmates. Georgetown runs a class act, even away from its main campus.

Monica Puerto: I enrolled into the Data Science Certificate Program at Georgetown. It is a waste of money and your time unless you have a robust background in Python. Most students did not because this certificate program appears to help you turn into one. I have background in SQL and data analytics and was hoping to gather some skills to make me a data scientist. Although I understand that a certificate program can’t turn you into one (although the marketing and messaging of this makes it appear so with the “robust” curriculum). This was purely taught on slides and wish it was more hands on. It is very expensive and you don’t start learning till the 3rd class. The first class was an introduction on what is data science (around $900) for some powerpoint you could have read at home. Second class was to get into groups to create a data product on a process that you barely know about. I recommend General Assembly they are more hands on. Although they don’t have the prestigious name (which I think Georgetown takes advantage of to teach this way), you will learn more and actually do projects AFTER you learn the material. I thankfully dropped out and sadly was only refunded the classes I did not take although intro to data science and getting into groups does not feel like real classes..
Response: Dear Monica—Thank you for sharing your thoughts regarding Georgetown SCS’s Data Science Certificate program. We’re sorry to hear that the program did not meet your expectations. We've received your feedback on the course and have worked to integrate improvements, including communicating the Python expectation and resources available to students. We invite you to speak further about your experience by contacting a staff member of the Center for Continuing and Professional Education by email at ccpeprograms@georgetown.edu or by calling 202-687-8128. Sincerely, Andrew (Office of the Dean, SCS Georgetown University)

Don Johnson: Thought Google users might enjoy seeing what this building looked like in 1919.(credit: Library of Congress)

Rose T.J. Perna: Georgetown SCS staff are unorganized, unresponsive and unprofessional. My son had a horrible experience with the administration. They do not return phone calls or emails. It may be an "elite school" but the SCS program has less than stellar staff and administration. I hope that they clean up quick, his actual program was very well and the insturctors were very qualified. But if you need a document or any type of administration assistance- you'd be better off going to another school.
Response: Hi Rose! Thank you for your message. We're sorry to hear about your experience. Thanks for being in touch so we were able to resolve your issue.

Gouled Hosh: I would like to study here for my EHLS program next year.

syed pervez: One of the best schools in DMV area.

5. Cornell University in Washington

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4 reviews
Cornell University in Washington
Location
4.3
Price
4.5
Class
4.2
Facilities
5
Teachers
5

Address: 2148 O St NW, Washington, DC 20037

Telephone: (202) 466-2184

Guy: Private university


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6. School of Engineering and Applied Science

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School of Engineering and Applied Science
Location
4.9
Price
4
Class
4
Facilities
4
Teachers
4

Address: Science & Engineering Hall, 800 22nd St NW, Washington, DC 20052

Telephone: (202) 994-6080

Guy: Engineering school


Review: "Fresh equipment, labs, state of the art multimedia ..."

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Lem Howell: Brand new facility. Fresh equipment, labs, state of the art multimedia teaching environment and tools.

Kana Nagato: The environment for research here is very good.

John Bach (a trustable google user): The building looks more modernized outside than inside.

7. Sidwell Summer

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14 reviews
Sidwell Summer
Location
4.2
Price
5
Class
4.9
Facilities
4.6
Teachers
4.6

Address: 3825 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, DC 20016

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8AM

Telephone: (202) 537-8133

Guy: Camp


Review: Their website mentions course of the and coding

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Deanna Monique: The staff has THE BEST customer service that I have ever experienced. You can tell that they truly love their careers. I am just beside myself with their level of professionalism and assistance.

Munda Moriba: Awesome employees, great for children, camp setting and learning atmosphere.

Oluseyi Segun: Friendly, invested staff, with great management of the camp programs.

massa pt: Kids loved it!

Dominique Beatty: Nice campus

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8. University of the District of Columbia

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127 reviews
University of the District of Columbia
Location
5
Price
4.4
Class
4.8
Facilities
4.6
Teachers
4.1

Address: 4200 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20008

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8:30AM

Telephone: (202) 274-5000

Guy: University


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Carolyn Taylor: This was a enjoyable experience, the seating was great for Covid safety . I would definitely attend an event here again

nina: The worst university ever, my experience at this university has been draining and miserable. Some off the professor are rude and highly unprofessional. I had one professor a couple off years ago name Samuel Walters tell me that he doesn't have to respond to my emails, and if I reported him they wouldn't even listen to me. I will never forget that, it was odd to me as well because, other professors' I had encouraged students to email, and come in during office hours for assistance. I reported this to the dean, and she told me that professors' are not obligated to respond to students' emails. I couldn't believe it, in addition I wrote the president off the school who is a joke in my opinion, and he never responded. Anything, goes at this University. I blame myself, for returning to this school I was told things have changed, and it has not. Different departments loose papers, I had turn in my vaccine exemption forms August 02, 2021 and was told it was never received. When, I inquired about the documents again, the representative had told me they forgot to submit the documents to another department. But, by then I was already dropped from my courses. At this point, I said forget it, I am glad I transferred to another University that's extremely professional, the transition was great. The staff are rude as well, I remember almost getting cursed out by a lady in the student health department, because I simply asked if my health waiver was received, she was so rude. I honestly, despise this University. Returning, to this University as a readmit student was not worth it, it's beyond me because, UDC reached out to me to come back this past summer and it's still a joke. The women bathrooms, are a joke it's been like that since I started a couple off years ago. Some, off the doors don't lock, the library needs to be remodeled. I remember part off the ceilings in one bathroom was completely missing. Elevators were not working, and some parts off the building were not cleaned, the math tutoring lab couple off years ago was, leaking and ceiling was completely gone. I believe, some individuals work at this University because they can display their dispicable disposition. It really, amazes that the student center is appealing. But, if you go to other departments off the campus the conditions, are horrible or layout is outdated. I blame myself for being at this University for so long, never again.

Henok D: The most terrible school I have ever been to. Both the main campus and the Community college are the same. A lot of slow, unprofessional, and rude staff who keep yelling at students when they are not even doing their jobs properly. I submitted a certain paper to the Financial Aid office and they told me they lost the paper after weeks that I had to pay about $1700 out of pocket. During the 2020 Pandemic, I tried to contact them as I was having difficulty to waive the Student Insurance that is provided through the school because I already had an insurance coverage; no one answered my call until it was due. And now Miss Gaskon told me that I have to pay about $1300 for the coverage I never needed. Mis Gascon was there in 2018/19 when I had the same issue; she helped me waive it then. I could not go to her office in 2020 be a of Covid restrictions. I tried to solve the issue communicating with them but nothing got better yet. I would not recommend anyone to go the UDC unless one needs a headache. I cannot deny that there are some great Professors such as Prof. Sonnie Abebaku. However, individuals are very helpful to us, it’s overall experience at the university that makes a difference in our academic lives. So far, my overall experience is just TERRIBLE!

Mohamed Moustaghfir: I wish I finished my nursing degree. So many UDC graduates 🎓 get successful professional life. A friend of a friend back in the end of the last century, moved back to Ethiopia and started his own company. I also learned a girl moved to Dubai and became the youngest successful millionaire at her twenties. Success is you, but the school and faculties help also mold you a pathway. Look at me now doing pizza delivery. Making people days when I'm sadly sad.

angel almonte: One of the best experiences I have had as a student. The professors were extremely helpful in guiding me to obtain an education . The facility is improving and they have an excellent student center. The student body is very a diverse population. The administration staff are as friendly. as you are to them. In other words if you act a fool than expect to be treated as one. 😊
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C. M.: Took Spanish classes here for one year. I regret slacking on my Spanish.

Danielle Carroll: Yes the admissions needs some work (never fixed it) but the education, the teachers and the school itself is fine. It's so affordable and you can always learn something new. I got a paid internship through UDC and even though with it's slight hiccups, this school is still great. I'm at the main campus now working on my Bachelors and I'm 16 classes shy of finishing. Don't pay the haters any mind.

Mani Shehni Karam Zadeh: I agree that administrative work is little slow but when it comes to education and professors, I would say they are really great, knowledgeable, kind and caring. They always try to help you to learn and never let you down. They always support brilliant students in the class and on the other hand they never abandon weak students too. Some people complain that school building architecture is ugly but just keep in mind the UDC construction completion dated back to 1851. So, I don't let this to impair my judgement about very good professors and education in here.

Scott Minter: As a graduate student that completed a Master's in Education recently at UDC, I can speak for how the last 3 years or so have been. UDC is extremely unprofessional and unorganized. The customer service is appalling and it is very difficult to do simple tasks such as pay bills, register for classes, or track down employees. The staff is difficult to reach and rarely call you back or email after a request. I advise finding a different university if you are looking to continue in higher education. Granted, there are some very excellent professors, but it might not be worth your trouble to attend here.

NIKKI HARRIS: It is a shame that after paying the application fee and being sent an acceptance letter I find out there is a hold on my account. After looking into that, I was told I have an unpaid balance from 2005. I was also informed I had made payments which total about 75% of what was owed initially. I was told to see if I qualify for amnesty to cover what's stilled owed. I did and was told no. The reason being is I don't have a GPA of 2.0 at the time of owing. I don't have a GPA because I had withdrew from classes before I had received any credits for the classes I took back in 2004. I am very disappointed and feel let down. After all, I thought I would be starting classes this summer. UDC does not care about DC citizens trying to get an education. My situation is very unfair!

9. American University

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45 reviews
American University
Location
4.6
Price
4.4
Class
4.7
Facilities
4.8
Teachers
4.9

Address: 4400 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC 20016

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM

Telephone: (202) 885-1000

Guy: Private university


Review: Their website mentions summer and course

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Praveen Sriram: Stayed here in the summer of 2005 for my internship in Washington DC and the experience was absolutely fabulous with the dining halls and the gym being my favorites. No complaints at all and excellent customer service from the residence hall staff. I sometimes wish I studied Accounting at this university than at the one I studied at. Great school and great residence halls. Highly recommend! A+

cat wu: It's an average college, no particular major that's really standout around the country or the world. Courses are not that challenged compare to some other higher ranking schools and that probably explains why graduates don't get the best careers, you get what you work for. One thing should be mentioned is that dorms have a lot of rats.

洪銘勳: I have received my master of law degree (international legal studies) from the Washington College of Law of this school. It’s a very internationalized and excellent university. I really miss it.

Santiago Tovar: My friend is away at a summer camp and given the precarious infrastructure of your so called "university" has no wifi. He is unable to communicate with friends and family. This is outrageous, its unfair. Please fix this ASAP.

Adam Cox: Graduated school here in 2005. Students are very engaged and staff friendly. Great place to study.

Gabrielle Thompson: Jacksfilms is a notable alum, and yet, I do not see his name. Therefore, I will not spend my valuable time or money on this university!

Sarah Ashworth: Loved my years at American!! Great diversity and learning community!

Igor Dorokhine: Priced at the level of Ivy League University but return is not at that level at all. BEWARE!

t Whittington: Great university. Amazing area. Amazing people.

TechCarsAnd EverythingElse: Mediocre University in DC. Georgetown is a better university.

10. Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies

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35 reviews
Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies
Location
4.7
Price
4.5
Class
4.2
Facilities
4.9
Teachers
4

Address: 1740 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC 20036

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8AM

Telephone: (202) 663-5600

Guy: University


Review: Their website mentions in the summer programs

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Alexiaa Jordan: Tangible skills are built here...more than other Ivy-league International relation schools. We all literally speak more than 1 language and can do economics and statistics in a realm where people believe pontificating is the only important thing. We do both... critically think and execute hard skills.

D L: SAIS and Georgetown are the big titans of international relations/political science/public service institutions in DC. SAIS has great faculty and talented students.

Andrew Sanders: One of the best institutions in the world for studying international affairs. Prepares students for top-level employment around the world

Alex Thorp: Excellent professional international relations school. My time as a graduate student here has been well worth it.

eva banks: Amazing school. Awesome student support team

Ryan Heckel: Can feel it but can't yet fully understand how well it has prepared me for a future in leadership in an international environment.

Masaud Ellafi: Future industry _____ the best place for international affairs

Heru Prama Yuda: The place where future global leaders are prepared for an ever-changing world

Grant Bubb: Fantastic university!

11. Per Scholas

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17 reviews
Per Scholas
Location
4.3
Price
4.2
Class
4.8
Facilities
4.9
Teachers
4.2

Address: 1400 Spring St #501, Silver Spring, MD 20910

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM

Guy: Technical school


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Sam J: Asking where are you from or what is your first language during an admission interview after passing 2 assessments is questionable???!! ..i felt discriminated and not given a chance at all ,i had a high hopes for this program in order to change my life i guess i was wrong (NOTHING IS FREE)!

Samantha Trimmings: Positive: Communication, Quality, ValueI loved my experience at Per Scholas in Silver Spring, if I could get the opportunity to work with them again I definitely would! I was able to get my. I.T certification while also obtaining hands on training!! They are awesome 🤩

tony p: just a awful program!!! after they get you enrolled it will be all down hill. RONALD & MONDARRYL are rude, condescending, & flat out DISRESPECTFUL to adults. The addmission people are a joke and do NOT know the full scope of there job! Admission will say anything to get you in and then once your in KENYA director of student experience will not care about your experience. DO NOT ENROLL its a waste of time and PER SCHOLAS has a large number of students THAT DO NOT PASS THERE COURSE, the website is broken and they will blame you as the student and they are FULLY AWARE of the bugs. Most of the work you will be doing DOESNT APPLY OR HELP FOR TESTING! PER SCHOLAS IS A GIANT WASTE OF TIME. FLAT OUT THEY DONT CARE

Hasan Gunduz: Critical: Communication, Professionalism, Quality, ValuePoor quality, value and almost zero communication. Not professional at all. Total waste of time. Site director is the worst. They don't care.

Jwootheartist: I am dissapointed in Per Scholas technique to weed througg potential students. Standardized exams do not prove the ability of a student to complete and pass a training program. I honestly will never be great at Math and I am wise enough to stick to my craft, which is Listening, improvising, creating, concentration, percision, innovation, and the ability to think outside the box. I actually excelled in reading and application which is how one passes the Comptia Exams. Its about gaining knowledge that is at first abstract and applying it. Computing numbers is a small part of Network and Security, however listening and understanding and application is the core. If I already posses an A+ exam it proves I am more than capable. I feel standardizing is a way of filtering due to funds. I understand it is just business, but just know I am dissapointed that your funding is given to help people but it also discriminates against people like me who are an abatract learner. Sure I can pass next year, but attending a school that wants to standardize me to get in, but then wants me to excell and be great after is very contradicting and confusing. Btw I already passed a training program for my A+ and have been certified since 2012 2013. And i graduated with a 4.0.smh.
Response: Hi Jwootheartist. We're sorry that you didn't have a positive experience with Per Scholas. We work hard to make our admissions process as fair as we can, but we understand that we can always do better. We appreciate your feedback and we wish you all the best!

Degefa Lambebo: Disrespect for the students during interviews to admissions process who working national capital regional (silver spring MD)1400 spring st.They email to me “we are unable to move forward with you for the up coming course”without any clarification...
Response: Hi Degefa. We're sorry to learn that you didn't have a positive experience with Per Scholas during your application process. Although we don't have capacity to admit every applicant, we try to treat everyone with respect. We're grateful for your honest feedback and we will do our best to ensure that other applicants don't have the same experience.

Charles Y: The school does a great job of helping with standardized info needed to pass the Comp Tia exam. I have had a great experience.
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sami souabni: Positive: Communication, ProfessionalismThis is a great place with Great staff.

12. Georgetown University

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877 reviews
Georgetown University
Location
4.9
Price
4
Class
4.3
Facilities
4.7
Teachers
4.9

Address: 3700 O St NW, Washington, DC 20057

Telephone: (202) 687-0100

Guy: University


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Alex Kolkena: For the record, I didn't go to school here, but I've only heard good things. From a tourist's perspective, there's plenty of neat architecture on campus. It's in one of the older sections of Washington DC, so definitely worth checking out.

Da-Wang Wu: I have several talented colleagues who graduated from Georgetown University, so I always want to visit this school. The campus is very beautiful, especially with the fall foliage. It’s a nice half-day trip to visit the university, the shopping area (mainly on M Street), the canal and the waterfront park.

Danny L: Must place to visit if you are visiting DC. Lots of things to do around the university. Great place for photography and sightseeing. Plenty of Restaurants around that area. You would love it.

David Gilbank: I fulfilled a lifelong ambition when I came to Georgetown to see where The Exorcist was filmed. I particularly wanted to throw my self down the stairs that featured in the finale. Obviously that could cause terrible damage, so I through a soft toy down instead. See photos. Its a brilliant beautiful neighbourhood. Well worth a visit.

Mj Dillenburg: Great graduation ceremonies! Except for the 95 degree heat and humidity....it was beautiful.

Adnana K: I've had my last two kids here. They met all my needs in that time. Both C-sections were done perfectly. Two and a half days hospital stay. Recovery was very successfull. Staff was very friendly and professional. I highly recommend this hospital.

Russ Watts: Excellent university, superb perspective on the political realm, mindful about the Jesuit values.

Enric Piferrer Torres: We stopped for a quick walk around the university buildings, and it was worth it! It reminded me of Harry Potter somehow. Beautiful main building. We parked outside for free in a 2 hour parking (no meter). The neighborhood is beautiful too

Justin Ahearn: So charming and beautiful. Feel like I’m going to get culture of Washington DC and the people that I meet are great

lilian gonzalez: I do not come to school here but it's a must place to visit and see in person!!! The buildings are so beautiful and massive. It's breathtaking. The surrending place to grab food is amazing and you can bring it back and either sit in the rocking chairs or picnic tables they have or bring a blanket and lay under a tree and relax!! It's so nice!!

13. The Washington Center

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The Washington Center
Location
4.8
Price
4.8
Class
4
Facilities
4
Teachers
4.6

Address: 1005 3rd St NE, Washington, DC 20002

Telephone: (202) 238-7900

Guy: Non-profit organization


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Emma Snyder: I was hesitant to do this program due to the several sour reviews, but I'm here to set the record straight. I did this program in summer of 2019, The Washington Center was my favorite summer of my undergraduate career. I took every chance the program had to offer. I was able to bowl in the White House, attend meetings with Presidential cabinet members, be a part of numerous in-house events, socials and made tons of friends. I gained so much perspective working and living in the city, I gained professional practices and grew as an individual. This program changed how I viewed the world. It is so worth it! I would go back every summer if I could! - great living as well super secure and clean building.

Nia Roach: The staff was terrible! Almost refused to give me my money back when I had to go to a new apartment, because the shower in the one they put me in was not working. The staff is very unprofessional, rude, and act like they don't want to be there. One time, I asked a question regarding an event I had an issue with, and instead of answering my question respectfully. They called me in, and asked if I had a learning disability because, the instructions and description of the event were supposedly clear, so if I didn't understand something, it had to be because I had a learning disability. Don't go, this place is awful! Find an internship yourself!

Gerardo Figueroa: I'd love this place, also, I love my international internship program. Everyone has a great experience and cares for the people.

Susie Oh: I had a really weird experience for my internship here. I got selected as an intern for the FAA with NO interview! I never did an interview either in person or over Skype. They only look at your resume and hire based on that. It might seem like a good thing but on the other hand, you have never met the people who you will be working with. And, your coworkers haven't met you either. I think that is weird. To be selected for an internship and not have 1 meeting with your future coworkers. And, what legitimate internship would hire a person they have never met? Could this be a scam? Maybe. I declined the offer so I will never know. On the day I was offered the internship, my coordinator Lina, kept repeating on the phone and on email that she "has to move on to other candidates." I admit I was unsure if I wanted this internship. But, having your coordinator threaten to remove you from the internship from day 1 just left a bad impression. I assume that line was her way of making sales to candidates. Because, you actually have to pay program fees for most of their internships. Not for my internship though. You don't pay to do an FAA internship. The FAA pays you. Don't ever pay to do internships! Why would you pay a company to do work for them. And, most of the time, the experience won't meet your expectations. Most internships will be bad quality. That's the reality!!! And, you will feel used and taken advantage of. GET ANY JOB IN YOUR FIELD. And, build experience from there. That's what I did. I built experience from my jobs and I went back to school for a different career path and now I'm actually able to get paid internships.

Olivia Y.: I really loved the National Security Seminar I did here back in summer 2019, and I really hope to pursue an internship through them in the future. They have really friendly employees, people that are happy to help and see you grow, and they have beautiful residential facilities. It's a perfect location and a great way to get immersed into the D.C. experience.

Heather Baker: If I could give a worse review, I would. The Washington center is a scam for money. Anything they offer you could find on your own. I was fortune that I liked the internship they place me at but they forced me to take that internship. The workers gave the excuse that “it’s just such a good opportunity” instead of doing their jobs and looking into other internship sites. This program could be done by a middle schooler.

Joe Strbo: This place had horrific teachers and staff. They hype everything up. DON'T RECOMMEND. The DC experience itself it great and the people you meet from all over the world make the experience. Do not rely on the staff to make YOUR time there memorable.

Brandon Uhalik: I had an incredible internship experience, and I wish I could say the same about The Washington Center program. The only part I enjoyed was my night class because my professor was amazing. 1. The lead program was absolutely awful. One of the very first classes was a 3 hour class on our Clifton Strengths. I felt like I was back in middle school during the class. My lead instructor was a very nice guy and knew what he was talking about, but the class in itself was pointless. 2. The various “Career and Proffesional Growth” events that we had to attend were extremely unorganized, and the ones that dealt with anything with journalism or politics was very partisan and to the left. During an event titled “Career in Campaigns”, TWC’S OWN STAFF MEMBER ASKED “WHAT CAN DEMOCRATS DO BETTER LEADING INTO 2020”. For a non-partisan program, the staff members seemed to love squeezing out their own agenda. I was excited to learn about campaign work, but it turned into “What can democrats do”. 3. The speaker series that we were REQUIRED to go turned into a conservative bashing event. All 3 panelists were clearly partisan and pushed their own political agenda. As a non-partisan program, shouldn’t TWC give equal representation? I was promised equal representation for the campaign event, but the republican woman on the panel said word for word “Women who voted for Trump only did it because their boyfriends or husbands said so”. Can you explain to me how that type of attitude helps us become professionals? My internship experience was fantastic, but I wouldn’t recommend the TWC program.

Sean Doyle: Internships look to be easy, and maybe you can get one, but not the powerful internships and programs around those internships that TWC can offer. My interactions with TWC have been great. Very interesting academic thinking. Wonderful interpersonal skills. The insights and deep deep relationships to the DC community they offer are life changing. I am a supporter of what they do. No other way to go about this.

John VanDaele: Poor communication, my internship supervisor quit the week I moved in and there was some confusion to where I was living. The living center had a few broken outlets and maintenance was impossible to get a hold of also the first week there was no air conditioning so image DC in June with no Air conditioning. Umm let see, well the program was a waste of time considering we spent a lot of time on our "strengths" learn from others that went here you can get a way better DC experience going solo. Also this place claimed to be non partisan but advocated for a certain agenda by having MANDATORY events to go to that only showed one side of an opinion, when students signed a letter demanding some respect what is their response? Hold a town hall type meeting then have a "bi partisan" event with two sides of the same coin. Then the exit meeting when we left, the staffer was extremely rude, pretty much thought I was in a hidden camera show. So disrespectful!

14. The George Washington University

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628 reviews
The George Washington University
Location
4.5
Price
4.3
Class
4.9
Facilities
4.1
Teachers
4.1

Address: 2121 I St NW, Washington, DC 20052

Telephone: (202) 994-1000

Guy: University


Review: Their website mentions computer and state-of-the

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Quinn Peters: This university is ruled out as a possible location for my children to attend. As long as that fraud of a justice Clarence Thomas has a professorship here, I’ll never give this place a red cent and I’ll pray every day for it’s ultimate failure.

Dominick Withanachchi: Love the way its situated. If you like a university in a big city, this is one of the best.

SusanTerry Beverly: A lovely city campus. However there are signs of vandalism showing. Let's be cognizant of our surroundings at all times and put an end to this type of behavior immediately.

Ittipat Prapaprasert: Known as 'G-dub' or 'GW', this university has been a bedrock of Washington identity since its founding in 1821. Besides shaping much of the American political landscape, GW has shaped the capital itself, buying up town houses on such a scale that it is now the city's second-biggest landowner after the federal government.

bayazid ahamed: George Washington, the first President of the United States, advocated for the establishment of a national university in the U.S. capital in his first State of the Union address in 1790 and continued to promote this idea throughout his career and until his death.[8][9] In his will, Washington left shares in the Potomac Company to endow the university. However, due to the company's financial difficulties, funds were raised independently.On February 9, 1821, the university was established by an Act of Congress first as Columbian College and then as Columbian University, making it one of only five universities in the United States with a Congressional charter. The university's undergraduate and graduate schools includes the Columbian College of Arts and Sciences, the Elliott School of International Affairs, the GWU School of Business, the School of Media and Public Affairs, the Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration, the GWU Law School and the Corcoran School of the Arts and Design. GWU's main Foggy Bottom campus is located in the heart of Washington, D.C., with the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank located on campus and the White House and the U.S. Department of State within blocks of campus. GWU hosts numerous research centers and institutes, including the National Security Archive and the Institute for International Economic Policy. GWU also has two satellite campuses: the Mount Vernon campus, located in D.C.'s Foxhall neighborhood, and the Virginia Science and Technology Campus in Loudoun County, Virginia. GWU is classified among "R1: Doctoral Universities – Very High Research Activity".The university offers degree programs in seventy-one disciplines, enrolling around 11,000 undergraduate and 15,500 graduate students. GWU is home to extensive student life programs, a strong Greek culture, and over 450 other student organizations. The school's athletic teams, the George Washington Colonials, play in the NCAA Division I Atlantic 10 Conference. GWU also annually hosts numerous political events, including the World Bank and International Monetary Fund's Annual Meetings.[14] The university's alumni, faculty, and affiliates include 16 foreign heads of state or government, 28 United States senators, 27 United States governors, 18 U.S. Cabinet members, five Nobel laureates, two Olympic medalists, two Academy Award winners, and a Golden Globe winner.GWU has over 1,100 active alumni in the U.S. Foreign Service and is one of the largest feeder schools for the diplomatic corps.

Garth Hedley: Amazing complex, beautiful buildings and friendly atmosphere.

Steven Zimmerman: an outstanding University for our son to obtain his Masters in Public Health

Anthony Scott: While the food was descent, the service was so so. Once the cashier finally paid attention to us and we were able to order, she was very friendly. But prior to taking our order, she continued to talk to another employee and chat about non work stuff and ignore customers. The sweet potato fries and grasshopper shake were very good.

frfrpr: Can't believe the University has not addressed the rat infestation problem. Scary

Taylor Fain: Very disappointed in their response to covid. Forcing students who have children to go back into classes of 150 people. Very irresponsible and not taking safety seriously.

15. Washington Adventist University

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50 reviews
Washington Adventist University
Location
4
Price
4.8
Class
5
Facilities
4.8
Teachers
4.1

Address: 7600 Flower Ave, Takoma Park, MD 20912

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8:30AM

Telephone: (800) 835-4212

Guy: University


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Jason Beharry: Got pointed in the right direction when I needed a copy of some medical records.

Kate Jefferson: This school is one of the worst school I have seen, the administrative staffs are nonchalant about one’s future and keep running the business to the ground, they neglect their responsibilities and the school gives no career assistance. Good employees with excellent communication skills had their contract terminated since the school downsized. Also, foreign students are neither offered relief, grant or scholarship funds. In addition, one can never get in touch with a contact person either through calls or emails as they will never respond. I will advise one invests in a better school especially if you are an international student as you will benefit from the outcome. Attending this school is a big regret, since they’ve continuously proved me right, they waste time in preparing immigration documents, never respond to emails or calls and you might end up losing a good job offer.Lastly, the administrative staffs have no God-like characters and forget they were once immigrants. This is my experience therefore, I won’t advise international students to attend this school since we are seen to be non-existent. Nevertheless, the academic staffs are really nice.This is my awful experience, can you guys try and improve especially during this COVID season.

Lashawn H: This school is REQUIRING ALL STUDENTS AND ALL STAFFS TO BE VACCINATED with NO WAIVER that’s terrible people have medical issues that they cannot get the vaccine because it will causes serious reaction and what happen to my body my choice I would not go to a school that does not premier choice! ‼️‼️‼️‼️‼️‼️‼️
Response: Hi Lashawn, In fact we are mandating the vaccine for the health and safety of all of our students and employees. Also, we do offer waivers for health or religious reasons. We are, however not allowing waivers for residence hall students, as they will be living in close proximity, with roommates.

Ashley McMullen: I'm writing this review on behalf of my husband and everything he's gone through. WAU has not handled my husband's issues professionally since the time he started there in 2010. He graduated in December 2014, after his professors cleared him to graduate. It was only four years later, when he went to renew his teaching contract and was receiving an "intern" pay salary that we discovered WAU was not releasing his transcripts because they had him in their records as not graduated. He was missing a 100-level BIO class. This was the first time we had heard of it, and his advisors as well. After trying multiple times over the course of a school year to contact people and resolve the issue, we still aren't in the clear, even after he passed a CLEP exam. WAU has been extremely difficult to work with. He has not received timely responses to his phone calls or emails, he's often left in the dark over the paperwork he needs to complete or have completed by other departments, and this whole situation should have been avoided in the beginning by the registrar's office not clearing him to graduate if a 100-level BIO class was the issue. Unfortunately, this is not unique. We both have had friends who have "graduated" from WAU to find out, when their transcripts are needed, that they have not graduated because they were missing basic level courses not relevant to their careers. WAU will not pardon this, even though it is clearly an institutional issue, so past students are left without diplomas until they finish the courses YEARS later. I do not recommend WAU, and have been so highly disappointed in their lack of professionalism, timeliness, and attention to detail every time I or my husband has worked with them.

milli McDaniel: I am here now but not feeling good.constantly in pain can't get nothing to eat. Starving to death. 3rd day no food. Wanna go home oh and they keep asking have I been smoking.....really?? I don't smoke hardly ever. Point blank. And I'm not stupid I wouldn't smoke in a Damn hospital when I can clearly walk.Duh

Virgin Tama: A former student had to leave Washington Adventist University because they were being discriminated against their race. They went to a different Adventist University. I am glad that Washington Adventist University did not receive the rest of money since they went to different Adventist University. They are pretending to be Christian while doing the work for the devil. They are all about money. They are liar, selfish, wicked, ungrateful, and jealous. They refused to help the students. I am looking forward for them to be punished on Judgement's Day.

Sofia Requena: Vaccines should not be mandatory, especially in an adventist university!!!

Christopher Meier: Expected far greater from a “Christian” institution. Perhaps it may be an administrative issue but I was disappointed with my experience.

DeAndre Barnwell: The computer science department is good it just needs more full time professors.

Mikki Talley (mikkitphd): Classes are overpriced and they handle student debtors like loan sharks do gamblers.

16. TFAS International Programs

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2 reviews
TFAS International Programs
Location
4.8
Price
4.9
Class
4.9
Facilities
4.4
Teachers
4.1

Address: 1706 New Hampshire Ave NW, Washington, DC 20009

Telephone: (202) 986-0384

Guy: Educational consultant


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17. The Catholic University of America

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282 reviews
The Catholic University of America
Location
4.1
Price
4.2
Class
4.3
Facilities
4.2
Teachers
4.6

Address: 620 Michigan Ave NE, Washington, DC 20064

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM

Telephone: (202) 319-5000

Guy: University


Review: "It's one of the best in the DC area."

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Abi Maghamfar: Beautiful campus with nice open space & convenient access from Brookland/CUA Metro Station. We walked through the campus from Metro to the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception.

Eean Levin: Beautiful European style Catholic Basilicata. Highly recommend a visit with a hour or two to walk around.

Lauren Brown: Beautiful campus behind the basilica

Realvibes: Wonderful campus, magnificent buildings and so much open space with such a serene peaceful vibe.

Chaturbhuj bhojwani: I am so glad they supporting Ukraine.

Hansei Kai: Beautiful and massive church. The biggest catholic church in America. It has a huge free parking. A worth visit.

Paul Harness: Impressive cathedral but the rest is pretty soulless and the laundrette washing machine broke down with all my clothes in.

rodogg34: Lovely place. Sundays 430pmHear the gospel in English

Polish Shamrock: What a wonderful campus. The cathedral is breathtaking.

Joe Schepis: Graduation 2020 held in October 2021!

18. Capitol Technology University

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60 reviews
Capitol Technology University
Location
4.8
Price
4.2
Class
4.3
Facilities
5
Teachers
4.9

Address: 11301 Springfield Rd, Laurel, MD 20708

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8:30AM

Telephone: (888) 522-7486

Guy: University


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Landis Whitehurst: Went here for an Open House with my son. Good school. Enjoyed meeting the faculty, staff and students. Everybody seems very passionate about what they do and really enjoy it.

Daphanie Jenkins: Outstanding university geared towards the education of today's technology. This is our son's second year at CTU after transferring from 2 years at Frostburg State University. He wants to work on computer programming, robotics and drones; and Capitol Tech has the programs for these technologies which are far more in depth than just regular universities. They have very helpful and friendly staff both in administration and professors. It is a small university so there is a lot of one on one help, if need be. It has a moderate size campus that is very welcoming and quiet, especially being so closely located to the Baltimore/Washington Parkway. CTU is reasonably priced for tuition and on campus housing. And although it seems like it is in the middle of nowhere, it is halfway between Baltimore and Washington DC within the suburb of Laurel. It is affiliated with several government agencies and therefore has many internships within them. For students who are highly intelligent with technology and like the comfort and quiet of a small university, I highly recommend Capitol Technology University!

Das Malk: This school is something else. There are some definite pros and cons to going here. One It's a small school. But if you can get over the burdens of it being small. You will realize the benefits absolutley outweigh the negatives. You can come in and talk to your teachers, get to know them and put them as references for a job. You can come in to the cyber lab and have a quiet place to work. They host career fairs where you get to talk for a decent amount of time and the recruiters actually remember you. If you are serious about getting a job after school this is the place to go. If you rather be in a cut throat environment go to some big school.

Renee Moore: My son has attended CTU since 2014. He has done very well, making the Dean's List his first/second semesters. He has expressed that he has had quite a few professors that he likes and enjoys the challenges in their classes. He is scheduled to graduate in 2019 with two degrees. The Financial aide department staff are GREAT!

Nathan Wray: Capitol Technology University has a beautiful campus and is a nice place to walk around. During the spring, when the trees are in bloom, the pathway leading to the university is spectacular. The university offers excellent degree programs, certificate programs, and resources to students. The university is not far from Laurel and major roadways for a quick trip around town or to Washington D.C.

Anthony Argentiere: Capitol College is a small private college that offers a lot more hands on experience than other colleges or universities in the area. They have labs that are open everyday from 10am to 10pm and plenty of experienced staff members to assist you if you need help with a piece of equipment or a circuit design. Also the class sizes are small which allows for a lot of 1 on 1 with the instructors which is unlike many of engineering schools.

David Meeker: I would caution anyone considering this as a first school. I am a transfer student so I am accustomed to inattentive staff by all means, but to a new college student, this would be a very off-putting first choice. They have very consistently neglected to return calls that they arranged to be returned in various sections of the school, including but not limited to Advising and Registrations & Records. This holds true to emails as well although not quite as often so far. Welcoming, friendly and genuinely helpful faculty but as far as I can see, very poorly organized. This review may very well change as I will be attending for the Summer and likely the remainder of the acquisition of my Bachelor's. If you are applying, be diligent; they won't.

Steven Harrison: When the institution was Capitol College the doctoral program focused on individual learning using innovative techniques. Example, the faculty would have a working breakfast with doctoral students to review specific sections of their dissertation and address questions. Now as Capitol Technology University, the individual and innovative learning is lost and students are treated more like a factory production item.

little froe: They know how to get things done and help you succeed. Will work with any transfer student and they have affordable programs for vets.

charles armstrong: Awesome, my son graduated . We were at his prolonged ceremony.

19. American University Washington College of Law

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46 reviews
American University Washington College of Law
Location
5
Price
4.7
Class
4.5
Facilities
4.8
Teachers
4.1

Address: 4300 Nebraska Ave NW, Washington, DC 20016

Telephone: (202) 274-4000

Guy: Law school


Review: Their website mentions summer and programs

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Joel Horwich: When I attended Washington College of Law back in the late 80s, it was a respectable and close third in the D.C. area behind Georgetown and George Washington. Then, I believe they substantially increased admissions without a concomitant rise in applications. With that, WCL arguably dumped themselves into the Cesspool of mediocrity out of which they are still climbing. For Better or For Worse, my reputation and that of my classmates are inextricably tied to theirs. I would have been much better off attending the far more reasonably priced George Mason University (to which I was also admitted). They assended while wcl .... Paraphrasing Sir William S. Gilbert and Major-General Stanley, 'it's not who your ancestors were .... it's who they are.'

Samantha Berendt: Stunning campus that underwent a $120 million renovation in 2016. Amazing faculty who genuinely are happy to help, even if you are not their student. Smart and approachable students who seem happy to work together. Fantastic alumni network that make sure to look out for, and and take of, current students and recent alums.

Colleen Martin: Beautiful campus!

Pawan Singh Arora: First look is awesome. I can tell you more in the coming year. As that's where I am gonna be for next one year 🤠

Bungheng Taing: A great place to learn and networking. Washington College of Law is not the top ranking of law school but the alumni network is huge and supportive. Been an AUWCL Alumni, i really thank to this school that has sharpen me both skill and network.

Krystal White: The new Tenley Campus is gorgeous! The campus definitely makes you want to stay there all day long!

洪銘勳: I have received my master of law degree (international legal studies) from the Washington College of Law of this school. It’s a very internationalized and excellent university. I really miss it.

Beerend Steentjes: I was here with the Dutch Contigent, It was awesome! World Scout Jamboree 8/8/2019

Claudette Nation: Everyone that I have come in contact with was very knowledgeable and willing to help me my application to the law school

not: the person who founded this place, is the daughter of the guy who made cursive, I don't like cursive