Thread regarding Art Institutes layoffs

Tuition Increase

How are your current students handling the tuition increase? I'm nervous to see how this is going to affect our campus.

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Post ID: @OP+10Yp6ML8

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Students are leaving and adjuncts aren't being invited back.

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Post ID: @owja+10Yp6ML8

The new tuition price includes all books and kit materials.

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Post ID: @njyw+10Yp6ML8

The art institutes are career colleges which is worse than private school and public institutions

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Post ID: @3adj+10Yp6ML8

@10Yp6ML8-2giy

Though the price increase may be similar to other private colleges, private colleges often have full time faculty, adequate staff, and resources that DCEH removed before their incompetence put the Dept of Education’s mishandling of the situation in the spotlight.

The price increase is not justifiable by any means because Ai has officially lowered the standards in for-profit education, an accomplishment that should embarrass and cause concern for anyone in education.

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Post ID: @3kwe+10Yp6ML8

I bet those schools have full time faculty lol

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Post ID: @2jau+10Yp6ML8

Unless you want to attend a public institution this price is actually mid-range for a private colleges. Just take a look at prices for undergraduate credit hour costs in Florida. The average cost is $554 compared to public at $132. Here are the 2019 Tuition Comparison Between Colleges in Florida.

Barry University $925
Beacon College $1301
Bethune-Cookman $577
City College $348
DeVry University $606
Embry-Riddle $1433
Flagler College $642
Florida College $637
Herzing University $576
Hidges University $570
Keiser University $792
Lynn University $800
Millennia Atlantic $454
Nova Southeastern $998
Palm Beach Atlantic $746
Rollins College $488
San Leo University $586
Southwestern College $789
Southeastern University $1036
St. Thomas University $618
University of Tampa $579
University of Miami $2030
West Coast University $664

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Post ID: @2giy+10Yp6ML8

I don't think it will have a huge affect on current students that are close to graduation. But I feel like it will be extremely difficult to bring in new students at that cost.

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Post ID: @1inc+10Yp6ML8

@10Yp6ML8-1fvx VA Beach.

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Post ID: @1jbt+10Yp6ML8

That's way too expensive for this "school."

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Post ID: @1rsd+10Yp6ML8

@10Yp6ML8 At what campus are you located?

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Post ID: @1fvx+10Yp6ML8

I think those in charge are trying to shed as many students as possible in as short a time as possible. Increasing tuition is the way to do it.
They'd like to shut the doors for good. I expect an announcement of final closure next quarter.

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Post ID: @1xyw+10Yp6ML8

$535 per credit hour for a handful of adjunct instructors? Some of which are just AI grads with very little real world experience? How could anyone ethically recruit students to enroll? The college has certainly gone downhill.

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Post ID: @buj+10Yp6ML8

It should be against the law for these schools to continue operating. The students graduate making less than 40 thousand a year. It will take them a lifetime to pay the debts owed to this school. I hate the art institutes. I hate I ever worked there. That place is nothing but a sh–hole..

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Post ID: @oyl+10Yp6ML8

The official letters were sent out today notifying students.

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Post ID: @dyk+10Yp6ML8

@10Yp6ML8-whw Tuition is being increased unfortunately. Since the campuses are independent now, the schools are responsible for their own funding. Schools can no longer rely on profitable campuses to help stay afloat.

@10Yp6ML8-eym I'm not entirely sure. It applies to the Atlanta and Va campuses for sure.

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Post ID: @wdb+10Yp6ML8

Is that increase across all Ai campuses?

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Post ID: @eym+10Yp6ML8

WOW! I thought they were supposed to be decreasing tuition?! Isn't that why they downsized in the first place?

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Post ID: @whw+10Yp6ML8

From $486 to $535 per credit hour? I don't think our students know yet but I doubt they'll be happy about it.

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