Total Enrollment 617
Student-to-Faculty Ratio 26 : 1

Mandl The College of Allied Health

http://www.mandlschool.com
254 W 54th St, New York, New York 10019-5516
(212) 247-3434

Mandl is dedicated to educating men and women, regardless of their backgrounds, to serve ably and effectively in the allied health industry. To accomplish this mission, Mandl offers academic programs specifically designed: To provide educational and employment opportunities through concentrated, highly structured programs of study that prepare students for entry-level positions within the broad and varied fields of allied health. To provide curricula in allied health that reflect the needs of a changing job market. To provide an opportunity for students to acquire the skills for occupational growth, including the understanding of employer expectations. To provide graduates with assistance in ...show more »

Information based on 2010 data from the U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics.

General Information
Institution Type 2-year, Private for-profit
Special Learning Opportunities Weekend/evening college
Student Services Remedial services
Academic/career counseling service
Placement services for completers
Credit Accepted Institution does not accept dual, credit for life, or AP credits
Religious Affiliation Not applicable
Federal Aid Eligible students may receive Pell Grants and other federal aid (e.g. Direct Loans).
Degrees/Certificates Offered One but less than two years certificate
Associate's degree
Campus Setting City: Large
Disability Services Student 3% or less
 
 
 
Admissions
Admissions Office Phone (212) 247-3434
Admissions Office Email http://mandl.reachlocal.com/coupon/?scid=1862819&cid=714431&tc=11021711065988092&rl_key=fd6f5208708e67bb8fd22b845458b47b&kw=6709299&dynamic_proxy=1&primary_serv=mandl.reachlocal.net&pub_cr_id=5314028687
Admissions Office Address 254 W 54th St New York, NY 10019
Admissions Website http://www.matchcollege.com/college/192688/Mandl-the-College-of-Allied-Health/NY#admission
Application Fee $25
 
 
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Katherine on February 27, 2013 said:

This school sucks. They are a huge scam.

When you sign up, the people are nice. Once you become a student, they treat you like trash. Racquel is the worst because she gives you the impression that this school is worthwhile, when in reality all she is doing is trying to enroll students to keep her job. She is not real. Credits from Mandl are not transferable to MOST schools. I believe only Monroe and maybe Mercy takes Mandl credits. Oh, and good luck finding a job.

The student population is a disgrace. They honestly take anyone into this school. Especially in the medical assisting program. I came here to better myself, while many others came so that they can get public assistance benefits and act like they are still in high school.

It is a family owned business. Meaning, if you have a problem, there is really no one to complain to. The attitudes of the Weiners are purely disgusting. They are disrespectful and only care about money. They look down on people (especially people of color. They are racists). Even the staff and faculty hate it there.

They are constantly changing staff and faculty. Most resign, and others are fired for no apparent reason. How helpful is this?? And what does this tell you.

In terms of financial aid, they never seem to want to show/tell you what is going on. It makes all of the students uneasy and concerned about where their money is going.

THIS SCHOOL IS HORRIBLE. STAY AWAY. IF YOU VISIT, TAKE A TOUR AND TALK TO THE STUDENTS. THEY WILL BE HONEST WITH. I AM PRETTY SURE THIS SCHOOL WILL CLOSE DOWN ONE DAY, SO DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME.

Kimberly on February 27, 2013 said:

This school sucks. They are a huge scam.

When you sign up, the people are nice. Once you become a student, they treat you like trash. Racquel is the worst because she gives you the impression that this school is worthwhile, when in reality all she is doing is trying to enroll students to keep her job. She is not real. Credits from Mandl are not transferable to MOST schools. I believe only Monroe and maybe Mercy takes Mandl credits. Oh, and good luck finding a job.

The student population is a disgrace. They honestly take anyone into this school. Especially in the medical assisting program. I came here to better myself, while many others came so that they can get public assistance benefits and act like they are still in high school.

It is a family owned business. Meaning, if you have a problem, there is really no one to complain to. The attitudes of the Weiners are purely disgusting. They are disrespectful and only care about money. They look down on people (especially people of color. They are racists). Even the staff and faculty hate it there.

They are constantly changing staff and faculty. Most resign, and others are fired for no apparent reason. How helpful is this?? And what does this tell you.

In terms of financial aid, they never seem to want to show/tell you what is going on. It makes all of the students uneasy and concerned about where their money is going.

THIS SCHOOL IS HORRIBLE. STAY AWAY. IF YOU VISIT, TAKE A TOUR AND TALK TO THE STUDENTS. THEY WILL BE HONEST WITH. I AM PRETTY SURE THIS SCHOOL WILL CLOSE DOWN ONE DAY, SO DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME.

Joanne on February 27, 2013 said:

Mandl is equivalent to hell!

Karina on February 27, 2013 said:

PLEASE STAY AWAY FROM THIS PLACE. IF YOU WANT A GOOD QUALITY EDUCATION, GO TO A REAL SCHOOL.

THE ATTITUDES OF THE WEINERS ALONE MAKE YOU WANT TO LEAVE THIS SCHOOL. SAVE YOUR TIME AND MONEY.

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