Next Monday, AILV will announce that tuition is cut almost in half. BS degrees will be in the 45K range and AS decreasing to low 20s. Hurray for the new ownership and doing the ethical thing for students.
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If wishes we're horses. . . All the promises in the world aren't going to bring back DCEH's creditworthiness or accreditation and Title funding from the government that flows through student hands. Any money flowing in has to come in from students on payment plans, and good luck with that. There's a lot of bills to pay.
More broken promises...
-1 TW or should I say Co Chief Executive Officer
The reason why instructors and staff came back this quarter was the promise made by you, that we would receive our backpay (3/15) and would be paid going forward. Last week’s email "We are painfully aware that under the Receivership you have not been paid for the last two pay periods. At the ALL Faculty Meeting on Thursday, the Receiver, and members of his senior management and legal team, assured you that you will all be paid in full. To that end four of us on our Team have come forward with funds to make certain that happens sooner than later. We cannot give you a date-certain however the Receiver anticipates that you will receive payments next week." So don't suddenly start back pedaling now that you have been caught in a promise you can not keep and no one will be seeing the funds for the 3/15 paycheck, or for what we are doing now. I'm not going to continue to be an unpaid player in your on going "I'm the big man on campus" ego drama, I need more than flowers to pay my rent.
And that March 1st pay was for work done 2 weeks prior...
So, we have been working for 7 weeks without pay.
You should correct the title. Last pay was March 1st.