Issues including inconsistency of their program and curriculum given to me as a student, feelings of unfairness and discrimination as an individual being that now I am the only student in my graduating class because all other students in my original class have had to retake classes due to failing grades due to changes in grading curriculum and the school basically said they cannot accommodate my evening program schedule for only 1 student, not sharing underlying major issues the school program is facing with the boards that actually place our accreditation in jeopardy, lying to the boards on certain issues that they are hiding that affect me as a student. Etc...
Let me guess--this must be Medtech, right?
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