More people leaving. Surprise, surprise. Dr. H, Dr. M, the CS leader, the bookstore lady. If they can only take me. This place isn't horrible.
CMA to Nursing.... classic bait and switch
The NYC campus can't see, to hold on to its people. I've seen people leave after a week. Clearly there's something wrong.
There's too much covering up and band aids at this school. I see too many things that are "not right" and it makes no sense how we are still open. Everyone just passes the buck.
The bleeding won’t stop. We’re still laying off at our campus and I hear other campuses are laying off as well. Where’s all those new campuses john was promising us once we got ABHES???? Funny how they kept his drunk Dean of Academics
Since I've been here, I've seen , literally, 7 people leave of high or semi high positions. What the hell? If I didn't have bills to pay, I'd be on my way out too.
I've worked at 3 schools and without a doubt, Mildred Elley is the worst. This industry has a stigma that admissions lets everyone in, academics passes everyone and career services does nothing. That pretty much sums up Mildred Elley. So much this... — read more
I worked in Admission for Mildred Elley for a while and can state that they scam people into enrolling. Not all of them but we are told to say things that are so car salesman like.
Admissions just missed the largest Fall start by a third, 100 enrollments. Heads are going to roll. This is the fault of the owner, new management and the DOA. They've already gotten rid of good reps. This place is going down.
This place is a joke. Crap benefits, crap pay, crappier management. They lie to get enrollments. Half the MA population think they are going to be able to transfer to the PN program. It's a revolving door because people know that the place s---s.
For-profit school. Two locations: Albany, New York and Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Two year programs only. The following schools compose the college: School of Business and Technology; School of Health and Wellness Professions; School of Digital Media... — read more