1. What people don't get is that financial aid is earned like a clock. the longer you're in school, the more aid you've used. if you leave school, anything after the point that you've left has to be sent back but the time that you used their services will always be with held.
this is the same for big 10 schools as well.
2. they wouldn't be able to get financial aid if they weren't accredited. Accreditation is a process in which an outside organization actually reviews the practices, visits, scrutinizes and either awards or does not award the accreditation. the NCA accreditation is used in a lot of public high schools, community colleges and other places of higher learning. So it just so happens that this place is actually accredited by the same people as everyone else.
3. while I don't know much about the career assistance, you need to actually utilize what is given to you. if they have people posting jobs, then use it. Nobody is going to go out and find you a job.
4. it doesn't matter if you went to this school or ANY school, the institution receiving the credits decides whether or not they transfer. You could try to transfer from Harvard to Yale and still not be able to as far as what coincides.
I totally understand what you're saying about the school and I've had bad experiences with schools too. But take a step back for a moment and really think: would you really have gotten any better treatment in any other school? especially with the bigger schools that are "state" or "community" schools. I know my college (a 4 year institution) never even posted jobs for us. we were expected to just know what to do and we paid almost 40k a year.
so think before you dismiss. I don't care if it's this place or one of the other places. I know i've thought a lot about the different programs that i want to attend next and, while this is helpful, it doesn't mean that you should assume that you've found the worst place on earth because there could be a lot more to pay for and they could help you a lot less.