“You stay long enough and they let you teach”
Hi everyone, I am on mission to expose universities who are over charging and under preforming. I have started with my Grad School Regis University. I have complained and complained to William Hathaway-Clark, Associate Vice President for Student Enrollment and James M. Dorris, Ph.D. Professor and Dean with no result therefore this page is dedicated to exposing them. Please like it if you would like to help get the word out. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Regis/606520469379401
Honestly save your money and go to a good state college Regis is not worth the cost or time. During my MBA at Regis 25% of my courses were taught by faculty who graduated from the same MBA program I was enrolled. 50% of the courses taken were just about the same and don’t tell anyone or they will discipline you.
I actually was removed from a course in 2010 for responding to the instructor Terry DeWinters (who had recently graduated from the same MBA program I was enrolled) question…
“Do you feel this has gone overboard and has created some unethical circumstances? Why or Why not?”
Electronic communication has not gone overboard. In fact it’s less invasive than phone solicitation, direct mail and door to door. However the collecting of personal information is becoming more invasive. This could be considered unethical depending on use.
Many companies use false advertising in their marketing plans which is unethical. Companies like Regis are walking a thin line when ethics are concerned. This program lets everyone in who can pay and provides less than adequate facilitation. This unethical behavior is all sold to us under the guise of a Jesuit institution and becoming leaders in our communities. However what really happens is that good people are separated from their money and are provided little to no service. In truth one can most probably receive better service at Macys buying a pair of jeans.
As this behavior continues unchecked many good people will forego the quality environment of a state school to find they pay many times the cost for a degree that lacks the real value one achieves from a good state institution.
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