Thread regarding Art Institutes layoffs

It’s been quiet

Haven’t seen any post since last year and seeing more Ai commercials on tv. Couod Ai be on the uprise??

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there is no corporate anymore

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Hmmm...I see the layoff is being monitored by corporate lol

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The warnings relate to the change of ownership of all remaining Art Institutes. They are up for review in June of this year and should be OK. They remain fully accredited. SACS Board will have the following options after the June meeting: (1) remove the institution from Warning without an additional report; (2) remove the institution from Warning and request a Fifth-Year Follow-Up Report; (3) continue accreditation, continue Warning, request a Monitoring Report, with or without authorizing a Special Committee; (4) continue accreditation, place the institution on Probation, request a Monitoring Report, and authorize a Special Committee; or (5) remove the institution from membership for failure to comply with the Principles of Accreditation.

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@1hlf+18Yug76v It's an accreditation financial aid warning. The Jan-Feb class is going to determine whether or not this Campuses remain open.

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It's been quiet because the school is under financial warning, specifically the Atlanta system. They're trying to keep things under wraps. I don't see the Va Beach campus remaining open.

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8 Art Institutes campuses, in Florida, Georgia, Texas and Virginia, continue to enroll students. The Art Institutes are a collection of for-profit art schools that are owned by Education Principle Foundation and the remnants of two failed parent companies: for-profit college operator Education Management Corporation (EDMC) and Dream Center Education Holdings (DCEH).

Miami International University of Art & Design (Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges)
The Art Institute of Atlanta (Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges)
The Art Institute of Austin (Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges)
The Art Institute of Dallas (Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges)
The Art Institute of Houston (Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges)
The Art Institute of San Antonio (Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges)
The Art Institute of Tampa (Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges)
The Art Institute of Virginia Beach (Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges)

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Are they one school or independently owned? Anyone know how they are divided?

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