Health Professions and Related Programs at Fortis College-Indianapolis: Overview

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At the Fortis College-Indianapolis through Health Professions and Related Programs program you can gain degrees of such award levels: Award of at least 1 but less than 2 academic years, Associate's degree. The lessons of this program will be conducted at 9001 N Wesleyan Rd Ste 101.

The average total number of students of all degrees engaged in this specialty is 56 or more and 3.6% of students are men.

Academic/career counselling and employment services provided for students. 20% of students have financial aid.

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I have nothing against the team or student body. I just hate the campus. It’s so spread out and inconsistent very easy to get lost.Parking for a game or event is impossible. One nice thing is there is a traxx station which does help and gives students a gateway to down town salt lake. The only question I have is,is fort Douglas part of the campus or not I have absolutely no clue. The hospitals are also nice and very state of the art.

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Not impressed with the education I received in my undergrad studying communications. Worked hard and created some great things for radio but felt pushed out because I was neutral during the 2016 elections. Politics is not something you can speak openly about in classes and when policy issues are discussed by professors they are almost always one sided. Went on to a masters program after not feeling my communications degree was worth anything. Taught yoga for 2 years doing research on the benefits of it treating PTSD. Was pretty much told by my advisor that my research wouldn’t work for my graduate paper, so I asked to research the value of the program I studied under. I was told that it is impossible to measure the value of education and that I pretty much could not do that as a research paper. This college is extremely policial driven and the education I received has not opened up job opportunities but rather seems to be the biggest waste of money in my life so far.

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I've been able to attend a few concerts here and the sound is amazing. The organ is incredible and I would highly recommend if you have the chance go. The one thing that is a bit difficult is parking. So if you do go get there early.

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This is an amazing place for kids and their parents! On weekdays there are many schools that bring their students, so I would advise going in the evenings or on weekends! I enjoy the interactive experience of learning! This place is great for kids 2-12!

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Not gonna lie, love this school. Very diverse which is something I like seeing. But college is a time when children become adults, and also learn where they fit in society, Along with where they fit on their political views. I used to consider myself very Democratic growing up. But now that I've had time to explore the right, I find myself more right winged centric. This school is VERY divided. But weighs a lot to the left in it's students and professors. I walked into the library today to see an entire section dedicated to public student art that is more or less the physical embodiment of an echo chamber(when one party only tells why their viewpoints are correct and the other side is wrong). Posters, board games, flip books, all dedicated to misnaming the United States as haters of all other places but their own. Trump hate propaganda covered the walls, and the school supported this hate to the president. Now, I'm not the biggest supporter of Trump, he is not the best human being on Earth. But I don't think anyone deserves an entire floor dedicated to hating you. It's just inhumane and hurts my heart for this beautiful country.TL:DR : good schooling, but really hates modern America and Right winged politics.

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Address: 9001 N Wesleyan Rd Ste 101

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