Vatterott is a pretty good school, the environment isn't like that of a usual college, which I liked. The instructors are knowledgeable and are willing to assist you as needed. The study matter is generally concentrated on and relevant to the field you're trying to get into, and they have lab for several skills to gain experience.
They also have career services, which will aid you in getting work while in school, or after. They will create your resume if you don't have one as well, and send it to employers for you.
One downside though is the quality of newer programs. It is probably a good idea to find out how long a program has been at that facility and give it a good year or two to mature before taking it. Another bad side is the administration, while the school has its merits the corporate offices and administration tend to give the impression they care more about the business side than schooling.
Despite the administration, the positive aspects outweigh the negative, if you don't dig the ordinary college environment and make an intelligent choice on the program you enter.
When P.T. Barnum donated money to Tufts University, he did so on the condition that the school's mascot be named after his beloved elephant. The Tufts University mascot has been the "Jumbos" ever since.