Complaint / review text:
I have studied art and art history since high school so a few years ago I decided to at least get my associates degree for visual communications so I could rank high with other job opportunities. I decided to go to Gibbs college in Montclair (now in Livingston). It was a while since I have been in school and was excited because they promised me everything from grants to top notch teachers.
WRONG! Wrong! Wrong! I was covered partially by financial aid but still had monthly payment to the school and took out loans. I was ASSURED this would soon be allieviated as if I was on the DEANS list for the first two terms I would be applicable for a grant.
PERFECT! I knew I could do that so the expense was low, right? WRONG I was indeed on the DEANS list but this may have not been a good thing because a CHIMP could have aced those 9th grade courses! Teachers with emotional and mental problems;teachers coming to school drunk or not at all.
When I went to the financial aid office in the beginning of my third term to apply for my GRANT I was told that I was NOT applicable for this grant because I was too old. The grant was for kids who just graduated high school. I was floored! What was I going to do? I was out of work and had a family. I sacrificed time (they also lied about school schedules) I had to deal with teachers who had issues far beyond therapy and was asked by teachers to conduct classes and in the end came to find that what they taught I already knew.