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Living Arts Institute

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(6 Reviews)

1100 S Stratford Rd Ste 200, Winston Salem, NC 27103

(336) 774-7600

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Today: 8:00 am - 9:00 pm
26
YEARS
IN BUSINESS
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General Info
The Branch Campus of the 16 yr old Raleigh, North Carolina main campus. The same world class dedication to real world education is found at the 1100 S. Stratford Road location. The School pioneered in high end digital animation & graphics education & has recently expanded it's curriculum into the Medical Arts. As one of the first institutions accredited in digital design & animation,the School remains true to excellence in hands-on learning & will apply that same promise in the Medical Arts education.
Hours

Regular Hours

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Primary Phone: (336) 331-5296

Phone: (336) 331-5296

TollFree: (800) 800-2835

Brands
massage therapy, medical
Payment method
amex, master card, visa
Neighborhood
Hanestown
Amenities
Financial Aid Available
Categories
Colleges & Universities, Medical & Dental Assistants & Technicians Schools, Industrial, Technical & Trade Schools, Adult Education, Massage Schools, Schools, Business & Vocational Schools
Other Information

Parking: Lot, On Site

Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

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Current E.

04/28/2016

Overall

I've worked at the Living Arts Institute for almost two years. I enjoy what I do. It's nice to be able to help someone better themselves through education. I enjoy the people I work with. We are a smaller school, so it has a family atmosphere. Our programs are designed to help students get ready for their certification exams and for their careers. Having students come back to visit us after they have started their new careers and have them share their success with us is really cool.

Endia L.

04/27/2016

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Instruction
Professionalism

As an instructor and former student this school has come a long way and this position is enriching my life every day. From the interaction with the students to great co-workers. It's a pleasure coming to work every day.

Kyle F.

04/18/2016

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Instruction
Professionalism

I have enjoyed working for this company for the past several years. My coworkers embody the true spirit of teamwork. My supervisors are helpful and supportive. The students have assigned mentors to help them throughout their enrollment, whether it be questions about who to go to for tutoring or getting help filling out a job application. The staff and faculty really care about the students and want to see them succeed.

Overall

The complaint listed here isn't even for Living Arts.

Living Arts is an amazing school. The teachers are awesome. Dru is the best ever! All the teachers go out of their way to make sure that you understand the material. It is really fast paced so if you aren't dedicated then you get what you get.

Can't say anything bad at all. I highly recommend LAI!

valpopov8

05/13/2012

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The Inside Scoop from a Teacher

I can tell you from my experience being on the inside. I used to be employed by LAI. I loved my job and my students. Now that I look back on it, I feel so bad for them. I guess I come from the old school of thought and action where an education is supposed to help people. All the LAI people, as in Debra Hooper, care about is themselves, and herself. It is a for-profit institution that relies heavily on innocent people that are eligible for government loans. In other words, they prey upon people that have little chance of repaying the huge amount of money they are asked to get from the federal government because the educational system at LAI is not that, it's a money making system for Debra and Roger, the owners. They don't give a rat's a__ about anything but their profits. If you sit in one of their chairs all they will see is dollar signs.

HellK

12/15/2010

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The truth shall set you free!

Word to the wise, look elsewhere for your educational needs. You can be assured your work will be worth the effort down the road. Their credits are not accepted by the reputable schools. And if you DO decide to deal with these people, keep accurate records. They like to drag people to court over bogus fees they don't have coming to them, their claim was dismissed against me because I did keep accurate records. I am guessing they thought after 13 months I'd tossed out my papers. Wrong!

Interestingly enough I ran into a old classmate today and learned the school is still not properly accredited, and due to this fact she's been unable to get a job with the 'diploma' that she earned from LAI. Also the major selling point they boast is that they will in fact help students find employment when their education is finished, apparently you have to call them daily in order for them to do so. As a matter of reference I should also point out that the student I spoke with today (12/15/10) was one of the top in the graduating class, and received Deans List diploma's every module. I doubt her unemployed status has anything to do with her own marketability. What is sickening is that these people continue to get away with this, and frankly should be ashamed of themselves for taking advantage of people the way they do.

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