Culinary Arts and Related Services, Other

Any instructional program in culinary arts and related services not listed above.

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Colleges

“…Boston University is an elite university that is constantly improving. It is a very expensive college but has a lot of resources for its students. Students who wish to attend should be somewhat independent and not afraid to take full advantage of the...” – Daniel from Staten Island, NY

“…This campus is small enough to get to your classes in a reasonable time, but still big to find fun things to do. They have great places to eat with lots of variety. The people are all really friendly.” – Alex from Cincinnati, OH

“…I have a love-hate relationship with UNLV as I pretty much do with anything. The good definitely outweighs the bad though. It's virtually impossible to sum up my experience at UNLV in only three sentences!” – Jenny from Las Vegas, NV

“…they have a lot to offer no matter what your major or even if you are undecided. the campus has a lot of diversity and you can expect to meet a lot of different people. the campus is large and set in a quiet little town which is very proud to have...” – Ciaira from Hillsboro, NH

“…Through Central Washington University, there are thousands of students who have the potential for educational success. Because of this, and because of Central's great ability to contribute to the education of its students, I would give the school a...” – Haellie from Buckley, WA

“…University of North Alabama is an excellent school to attend. The school has a number of majors dealing with heath care, science and education. I would highly recommend to anyone who is looking for a school to attend. ” – Robin from Double Springs, AL

“…I think that it is a wonderful college. It offers many different degrees and programs. They also have professors that really understand the students and are very helpful as well.” – Cheyanne from Earlville, NY

“…i have not taken any classes at chattahoochee technical college, but so far i have really enjoyed the staff they go out of their way to make you feel at home. i love how all the fees are included into your tuition. ” – Lacey from Cartersville, GA

“…a school that has many opportunities. non traditional students are welcomed. teachers are willing to take time and help you.” – D. from Adrian, MI

“…Love the class size. Free tutoring available. Current instructors are very supportive and want all students to succeed.” – Adult Student from rural Iowa

“…BCC is actually a really helpful and great school, especially if you are unsure of your major or just want to try out a variety of classes. Getting your Gen-Eds done here saves you money towards your Bachelor's degree and it allows you to see if that...” – Ashley from Swansea, MA

“…North Shore Community college is a grate school to begin you academic career. They offer a MASS Transfer benefit that is worth looking into. You can cut 2 years of course work out (transfer as a junior) if you continue to a four year state college...” – Christen from Saugus, MA

“…The college overall is average. Teachers thus far have been great. Financial Aide department could use some more organization.” – Amanda from Myrtle Beach, SC

“…i feel as if kalamazoo valley community college is actually a great college to attend. it is this way because unlike universities, the teachers are more direct and into helping their students. personally, i find the teachers at a community college...” – Haley from Three Rivers, MI

“…A close-knit community where people get to know each other in common fields of study. The professors know your name and call you by it when they see you in the hallway. Beautiful campus full of activities and things of interest.” – Danielle from Macon, MS

“…Great classes Great teachers Hard to get in touch with over the phone.” – Stuart from Bogue Chitto, MS

“…OSUIT is one of the most flexible schedule schools that I have attended. They have a wonderful staff that works with you in regards to financial aid, work study, schedules, and teacher assignment.” – Amanda from Okmulgee, OK

“…I would rate Sullivan a 10. Its the perfect for school if your looking for diversity and a new environment. Its also a good school if you don't want a big campus.” – Dominique from Monticello, NY

“…I love being a student at Ozarka College! I enjoy attending classes and having one on one attention. This is a fantastic college to go to to pursue better education, not far from home.” – Brooke from Williford, AR