University Of Phoenix / Axia Collegeuop is such a rip off

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Hi, I went to Coleman for year in Computer Networking. Like the another blogger has already said the credits
to the other schools like the Kaplan's, etc. are non transferable to a real College. For me that doesn't make any sense at all to go to Coleman College, etc. Why spend xxx of dollars if you can't transfer the credits over to a real school like SDSU, etc ? And of course they don't tell you that, you find about that after the fact. So since they don't tell you that, all they care about is $$$ and nothing else ! ! ! And I would hazard to guess that the uop's, etc are all like that. And the Certificate that you will receive once you complete the so called Coleman College, University of Phoenix, etc course or any other school like the other rip off schools out there . You might as well wipe you ### with it because, that's all it's worth. That is some very expensive toilet paper.

Would I go there again if I had to had a choice to do it over again ? Hell no. Brian.

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    chrisfriend Apr 12, 2011

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