Clinical/Medical Laboratory Science and Allied Professions, Other

Any instructional program in clinical/medical laboratory science and allied professions not listed above.

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Colleges

“…The University of Washington is a challenging school that blossoms independence and creativity. The majority of all faculty members are enthusiastic about the subject they teach, and are willing to assist all students. This school provides excellent...” – Ronald from Honolulu, HI

“…It's great! Take a bike though cause they seem useful. Have fun.” – Edwin from Cape Coral, FL

Auburn University
Auburn University, AL

“…auburn is a wonderful school with rich history and tradition. the faculty and staff are excellent and friendly, and always willing to help. the student life here is incredibly varied and offers something for everyone.” – Joshua from Auburn, AL

“…Rutgers University-New Brunswick has been all that I expected in a University and more. It has provided me with many different opportunities such as research and volunteer opportunities to gain experience in my field of interest while attending...” – Francesca from New Brunswick, NJ

“…This university offers great city living where museums, concerts and sports events are only a stones throw away. The opportunity offered to students to work 6 months inbetween academics is also appealing both in terms of seeing if your chosen major...” – Sean from Quakertown, PA

“…the school is great. everyone wants to help you with all different types of academic work. also, there is something for everyone.” – Nicole from Wayne, NJ

“…i am a transfer to this college and i have to say that it is amazing. hunter college has hundreds of courses you can choose from, a nice environment, wonderful people and everyone is extremely helpful.i would recommend anyone to attend this school” – Aisha from Bronx, NY

“…The University of New England is definitely a great college. The connections I have made in my one year are incredible. Everyone here is very helpful, and they offer many resources for you in order to make sure you succeed.” – Kayla from Clifton Park, NY

“…The University of Idaho has a great campus. All of the professors know the material and are able to teach their courses well. Overall it is a really good college for all majors.” – Madeleine from Canby, OR

“…Quinnipiac has a beautiful campus right across from Sleeping Giant state park; no matter what season it is the campus is stunning. The class sizes are nice and small so it is easier to learn in the classroom. The professors are amazing and try to...” – Susan from North Andover, MA

“…Utah State University is a great place to attend if you like to be outside (during the spring and summer of course). There are many things to do on campus. Classes are remotely easy to find. ” – Jenna

“…slu is a beautiful campus in the heart of mid-town st. louis, mo. slu offers a wide variety of courses to chose from. the staff are all very accessible and want to see you succeed. ” – Amy from Granite City, IL

“…Your college experience is all what you make it. The fun will always be there so work then play. Albany is small school so your reputation is everything, you want people to look at you as someone who's positive and want something out of life.” – Nekia from Jacksonville, FL

“…Cleveland State is a wonderful college. Engineering and Business is there specialty. At Cleveland State you will meet many people and be eligible for an excessive number of scholarships.” – Unknow From Cleveland, OH

“…The U of M has exceptional opportunities for those undergraduates who want to pursue research. The campus has a very diverse population with students coming from all over the world. The classes are difficult, but numerous sources of help are...” – Staci from MN

“…I love Northern Michigan University. The campus is beautiful, and right near the great Lake Superior! The professors are always willing to help you, they have ample office hours where you can talk to the professor one-on-one. ” – Cindy from Delano, MN

“…A wide variety of students from all different backgrounds, the school is was started as a social justice establishment and (almost) keeps this up. Plenty of political science and political justice majors, while also offering a great Psychology...” – Jessica from Naperville, IL

“…CSCC is an outstanding college to attend. The atmosphere is friendly, there are a lot of campus-related activities to do, and is conveniently located in the downtown area. Here, besides an active social environment, there is a friendly staff that is...” – Christian from Columbus, OH

“…a well laid out campus with decent parking and very knowledgeable professors. many are easy to approach and decent food.” – Jeremy from Hubbard, OH

“…university of the sciences is a great academic institution. its a small private university which allows for more student professor interaction with small class sizes. great place to learn about your prospective career. ” – Stephanie from Monroeville, NJ

“…It is a fun loving place. It has positive staff that strive to help to the best of their abilities.” – Sarah from EL Cajon, CA

John Carroll University
University Heights, OH

“…It is a small school and a close-knit community, so it is a great place for those unsure of the larger universities. The campus is beautiful and it is definitely a great place to do studying outside in the warmer months. Also for those who are not...” – Valentina from PA

“…I love Converse College. It is a wonderful private school. And it also has a beautiful campus.” – Rose from Greer, SC

“…Your basic college, very affordable with great professors. Good for getting started, and I recommend using this as a starter college if you plan to transfer. Be patient with the registrar! ” – A Student from Nevada

“…Augustana is an amazing school with a great sense of community. It is a liberal arts college, so you take classes in many different fields, and classwork can be difficult. However, there are many free and fun events and opportunities on campus that...” – Jen

“…UMass Lowell is fabulous, I didn't expect to love it coming in. Now I wouldn't go anywhere else - great professors, great friends great time!!” – Surprisingly Happy Student

“…This school is one of the best in Northeastern, PA. It has some of the best professors who are willing to help students in anyway possible so they succeed. Although it is a small school, this atmosphere allows everyone to know one another so they can...” – Deborah from Dallas, PA

“…OIT school has one of the most amazing staff members. I got accepted to OIT's Dental Hygiene programs this past summer and I got a lot of great help from the staff which has prepared me for the year ahead. I have been in the program for one semester...” – Larisa from Salem, OR

“…the teachers are very nice and helpful. the campus is a good size, so everything is easily accessible. it is a fine place to start college and earn your beginning credits. ” – Erika from Chesterland, OH

“…Gwynedd Mercy College is a very personable, service-oriented school. This school has a lot to offer every person in all kinds of ways. They focus on the student and getting them to the goal they wish to achieve” – Hannah from Red Hill, PA

“…The instructors are very nice and are always trying to help student reach their full potential. The classrooms are big and very clean. The students who attend here are very nice and friendly.” – Cassey from Gauiter, MS

“…It is a Hands on school. We do a lot of work in the classroom and out of it. Working with animals is nice, especially for Pre-vet majors” – Corissa from Crookston, MN

“…indiana university-purdue university- fort wayne indiana is the perfect college for me. not only is the price right, it is close to home but also gives me the opportunity to be away from home. with all the educational degrees, it can be the perfect...” – Kaleigh from Mishawaka, IN

“…BSC is a great place to get your first two years of generals before going off to a larger, far away, more expensive university. It also provides a great variety of 2 and 4-year degrees. The campus is very nice and easy to find your way around.” – Margalit from Bismarck, ND

“…If you are poor and able to ignore students who are not here to learn it is a great school. The problem with it is that half of each freshman class drops out before the semester is over, but not before they are a distraction to everyone else...” – Daniel from Port Jervis, NY

“…Thomas University is good for adults returning to school. This school offers non-traditional school hours. The classes are small enough that the professors know your name.” – Vershonda from Thomasville, GA

LIU Post
Brookville, NY

“…LIU Post is an exquisite school equipped with a full recreational center, gourmet food, and a club for everybody. Like all schools the work is diifficult but there are upperclass tutors and teachers available to assist in any problems you may have. I...” – Khadija from Brooklyn, NY

“…Durham Tech offers solid academics. The teachers are very skilled and resources include tutoring and a well stocked library. They work closely with students planning to transfer to 4 year universities.” – Eve