The default rate is so high because 75% of the students are unemployable, these are the turds that get pushed through so the head count looks good to the bean counters. Good luck to you U.T.I. I think your time is short unless you change your ways.
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UTI's default rate on their in-house loans is at least 60%. These programs seems very similar to what Corinthian Colleges and ITT Tech had.
They say you have "metrics" but NEVER show you the scale, how you are measured, what is graded, how to meet. Managers just keep saying "oh your numbers this, your numbers that" but NEVER let you see so called metrics. You can use dashboard and clearly see youre doing better than your coworkers but if you're not a cousin or BFF with the managers then you're numbers aren't good. The nepotism at this company is INSANE. The directors are more than clueless, they HAVE NO IDEA what they are saying or doing. One director could barely use excel. When I started there there was 0 standardized training. In fact, they try not to train you because "oh who knows if they'll last" Supervisors go out of their way to act like they know what they are doing but ask them to explain something and they are deer in headlights. Some of the students can barely speak english let alone understand signing an enrollment agreement or accepting/ applying for a 9.89% interest rate. They get maxed out in their student loans so now they can never get aid at another school for an undergrad degree. Its not eve an associates, its a CERTIFICATE. I can print you a certificate with more merit. They audit everything you do like you're the problem. Thats what the managers do all day, read your comments, audit EVERYTHING. Some of the directors that have been there for a billion years say we only need you to do the very least to get the job done. seriously? -_- they are always late, taking vacations during "busy" times, leaving early, cant understand compliance themselves, yet we need to try harder. I never met a UTI employee that actually tried, and you know what those are the ones who are still employed. So if you're worried- stop caring now.
Dept managers especially those with few employees under them. Big salary to jettison and easy
I can't imagine who they'd possibly get rid of. It's a skeleton crew already
I hear there are talks to combine forces with Lincoln tech?
Does that guy from Coliseum or whoever have a big stake in Lincoln as well?
I bet it wont be long before the wayyyyyy high ups at UTI get pushed out the door.
Any idea on when?
Thats just what I heard. Another is in the pipe.