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I attended Ultrasound Diagnostic School (Currently Sanford Brown Institute), Elmsford, NY on 2269 Saw Mill River rd from April [protected]. Upon entrance, I spoke with the advisor for a very long time. I was told the school was accredited and would graduate with 120 college credits. That's a Bachelor's degree. This information is what was placed on our...Read full review of Ultrasound Diagnostic School
I would like help in forming a class action suit . The school was not accredited as they told me. Teachers came and went. The teachers weren't really teachers, just Rn's, Lpn's and Medical Assistants that were unemployed at the time and needed a job. If looked into, I can bet that none of my teachers had a degree to teach. I graduated in 2000 with a high GPA. I busted my behind to get a high GPA just to find out that what they were teaching wasn't what was needed in the field. My extership was spent standing in a corner for 6 weeks doing nothing. The 2 women in the office were just going about thier daily routine and I was not wanted there, they were barely tolerating another person from that school. I managed somehow to find work in a few medical facilities and always felt inadequate. My reviews were not what I would have expected with such a high GPA. The things I needed to know from taking this course I did not know. It wasn't taught. They said that they would train me in the field. All these facilities I worked in expected that I would know and did not expect to train me. Other Medical Assistants would comment to me that it was substandard. I left the field completely. Financially, they have ruined me. I'm still trying to pay the student loan! Hopefully noone was injured or killed by the lack of training by this school. This has bothered me for years now. I am very surprised that noone has looked into this and action has not been taken.
Iris I am still looking for any information on lawsuits. I too still am paying for it. Like everyone else, I have no money to hire a lawyer and wish someone had information. Someone I know graduated in Oct. from Sanford Brown with honors and can't find a job...it's disgusting that they are still getting away with it!
The school was a scam.
I attended the Ultrasound Diagnostic School on Cadwell Dr. Springfield, Ma. in 2001. I graduated with a 4.0 GPA. I was even Student of the month! I got me nowhere. The instructors would up and leave in the middle of a coursel. No explination was given as to why they left. We went through 2 directors while I was at the the schoolo. They both left. I was stuck with student loans I couldn't afford to pay because I couldn't find a job. My externship was a disaster. The office manager told me straight out that the school I attended was inferior. She graduated with an associates degree in Medical Assisting from Springfield Technical Community College. She made it so difficult for me because of the school I went to that I couldn't finish my externship there. The school couldn't find anywhere else to place me to finish my externship. At the time I lived in Holland, Ma. but I was willing to travel to Worcester or Springfield. I found a job at Fallon Clinic that allowed me to finish my externship. No one from the school came to talk to the office manager. No one would return my calls. I had to leave the workforce to care for my mother in 2005. She passed away in Dec. 2009. I am 53 years old. I have been to several interviews but no one will hire me. I am currently living on Social Security Disability due to severe depression and anxiety. My credit is trashed because I couldn't afford to pay my student loans. If there is a law suit pending, please contact me. My e-mail is [protected]@aol.com That school promised me the world. I was a working single mom of 3 who couldn't afford to get scammed. PLEASE SOMEONE E-MAIL ME WITH ANY LAWSUIT INFORMATION! Thank you.
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