One trip into a meeting without talking and just listening is all a person needed to see the sink hole coming. WyoTech was guided by people with no experience in the industry it focused on. When a president makes a decision to remove the most experienced instructors in the building and then thinks success is ahead that president has proven their worth. Soon after the dam broke. You can only use the smoke and mirror trick so long. You do not need an online printed college education from a company that went out of business to see the failure from day one.
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Can't kill a dead horse! Many issues! Move on!
Well, they're all going now so what difference does it make. The worst thing that happened to WyoTech was the upper campus management put way to much emphasis on electives when it should have put a lot more into the core programs. Any available money was spent on HPPT, Street Rod and DATE. Shameful that the school would only budget $15 per student per month for the automotive core program. Each student used that much in hand soap paper towels and toilet paper a month. Doesn't leave much money left to repair training aids and equipment.
Some of the Instructors had horrible attitudes and needed to go. Many of them were there for years and felt entitled to a "guaranteed" job. I am not saying all instructors. There were some very good ones.