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I think the solution is less about whining about for-profit schools who are trying to do their best with improving low socio-economic outcomes ( that is why grad rates are low). and more about the government ( since they control student loans) simply Being more responsible about policies around who qualifies for student loans and the levels they can get. Bottom line - fed govt should stop giving out the loan money.
3 faces of Evan how y'all doing? Now, which personality are you using now? You might also go ahead and get your own handle good buddy and stop using mine and save the phony mis-representation for the people that don't need a little weasley guy like you in their lives.
So I'm not making "fun" of the students you exploit. I'm making fun of you and some of the desperate low life employees at the South Fraudaversity that front for the Vultures at Colbeck now known as the jokingly shady Education Principal Foundation.
- Students Beware!!! Look them up on (collegescorecard.gov) and you will find things these call center cubicle dwellers will NEVER tell YOU!
@ dahn I’m a total loser, I make fun of the same people who I say are being exploited.
'@Friends of college scorecard, it is amazing how South University continues to run. What kind of people still work there?'
We'll I'm thankin' maybe double-wide dwellin', cue the duelin' banjar playin', noodlin' catfish bottom feeders who love their Me Maws and Pe Paws as much as Cooter Brown loves Moon Shine.
But sho'nuff beats working at the car wash, or walking the beans, I reckon.
You're beginning to look like a fraud
So which revelation of the three faces of Evan are You?
Regarding the veracity of collegescorecard.gov vs. the self serving shmegegge of an on the payroll bought and sold South Unifraudaversity desperate shillmonger?—PLEASE!!!
Not my first rode. Maybe yours?
Students Beware! Do some research. Go to a reputable school. Lots out there. Check the South joke out on collegescorecard.gov and you'll be stunned.
Yeaaaa 75% of their student population is healthcare (ie nursing) and then you must consider a majority of those folks use tuition reimbursement and don’t go full time to maximize the benefit and also you site collegescorecard.gov via the EOD,which you and Dahn demonize as being complicit in a big scheme. So what’s the story? Is the department of education credible? If they are, are you going to acknowledge the nuances of the statistic you keep regurgitating? If they aren’t, will you abandon that statistic? Fight the impulse to talk about shills and fraud and address the fair question.
'@ Friends of collegescorecard.gov are you going to tell these people that the grad rates are based on first time, full time college students and not the huge nursing population'
*The tone of your post sounds reasonable enough though deceptive and therefore deserves as reasonable an answer as I can muster under the circumstances.
But to first quell your concerns, I have pointed out many times on the layoff that your late to the party gaslighting attempt to deny, discredit and deflect while self-servingly minimizing the collegescorecard.gov common sense statistics is disingenuous at best. (read 'em and weep)
A 3% graduation rate, no matter what your spin or how you catheterize whether the students are first time, full time, stand on their heads and arabesque, relentlessly preyed upon loan mill clay pigeons or not is irrelevant and certainly not a reasonable excuse for any observer of this mess who's not on the payroll, to NOT discredit this despicable non-performing failure factory like the South Unifraudaversity. That's on you and the vultures on Wall St.
I would nonetheless further respectfully suggest that before you entice another 'first time player' student to sign on the dotted line you might consider giving them a complete copy and accounting of all the collegescorecard.gov reviewed fraudathon South failure factory statistics down through the years with their respective incredibly pathetic graduation retention rates as well.
Hey, collegescorecard even documents that huge student nursing population or mainstream soon to be screwed population that over just the last six months are collectively bailing from The Fraudaversity like the plague that it is.
But maybe, as a consolation, you could boost that 3% grad rate to a whole 4% and insanely claim even more delusional success.
Students Beware!!! Don't give them your loan money! Research these scoundrels for yourself and you'll see how low these people will go to exploit you for your bank.
@ Friends of collegescorecard.gov are you going to tell these people that the grad rates are based on first time, full time college students and not the huge nursing population?
'We?" and "They?"
Which of the two faces of Fraudaversity clowns might you be today?
@Friends of collegescorecard.gov. Yea we get it they have a 3% grad rate and you call them a silly name
@10j2Ah8w-1etb RE: @dahn people with real [CON] jobs
Save the impostor routine for the students (3% graduation rate) at the South Unifraudaversity. (collegescorecard.gov)
*Students stay clear of the South Unifraudaversity mess-"see for yourself"
DO NOT SIGN A THING!!!
@dahn people with real jobs
@Friends of college scorecard, it is amazing how South University continues to run. What kind of people still work there?
So what's changed from 3/19- not a damn thing! But spawn of DCEH, South Unifraudaversity, continues to punch student loan ATM. ( and has a sterling 3% graduation rate)
A few salient paragraphs from the thread cited article:
"NEW MANAGEMENT HASN’T HELPED...."
- 'Attempts to transform The Art Institutes (read South Fraudaversity) into a viable nonprofit haven’t gained any ground. For instance, court-appointed receiver Studio Enterprise & South University continues to struggle with the poor reputation attached to The Art Institutes’ name....'
2 .'Statistics prove that for-profit -or phony not for profit- [like South Unifraudaversity] colleges struggle in several areas. They have a much lower graduation rate (3%) than public and private nonprofit schools. (and that's being generous) The number of students who default on their loans is
also double that of public colleges. Additionally, nationwide for-profit enrollment numbers dropped by more than 40 percent since 2010.' (more than that) per collegescorecard.gov
- 'The Art Institutes( READ South Unifraudaversity) also kept a lopsided employee ratio of five recruiters for every member of their student services staff.' (this statement not virtually but definitively defines a loan mill)
And how do you protect yourself from South Unifraudaversity recruiter smooth talking fraud?— RUN!!!
Students: You need to read this short synopsis thread article. Do NOT let them ruin your life. Do NOT sign a thing!!!