According to the original announcements...Education Principle Foundation bought us. “The foundation, unlike DCEH, is not a servicing organization," the Education Principle Foundation said in a news release. "The foundation will not be involved in the operations of the Arts Institutes or South University. Each university system will be governed by a Board of Trustees comprised of a majority of independent members." Our campus has a board? No pics anywhere on campus of a board. We have a regional President that is never on this campus, a Dean, no department chairs and a handful of faculty. Who is making the decisions... the servicing company - Studio Enterprise? There is no EFP on the web and everyone on campus keeps saying corporate. What corporate? Campuses are suppose to be running themselves. What a shady mess, again.
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I work in Miami, doesn't sound like our campus. I was thinking Atlanta. We have president on site, still have department directors but their positions are changing, regional or something. We downsized the rental space in building but all the labs the same. Library smaller. Enrollment so so but my classes are full. I like my students, super motivated. Teaching here is OK just hope things improve at some point. Need new gear and hired more full time faculty. I have to teach at other schools to make ends meet. They aren't much better on enrollment.
Sadly, this does look like a Miami post. Because everyone else from the other locations already gave up on this school system.
You must work at Miami
Hedge funds.... they are about to shut down. Most of the faculty credentials are a JOKE.