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The article seems to be advertising for the organization. It is worded very positive (not NPOV) and contains language that, in my opinion, is very typical for advertising, for example: [...] committed to building a learning partnership [...], [...] provides quality career and professional [...] and [...] offers educational programs which are responsive to the career interests [...].
Since I do not know enough about this organization and am currently very busy with little time, I would please ask the original contributors to review and edit the article.
Thank you very much! --capnez 09:49, 1 Jun 2005 (UTC)
Well, the article has been changed and, in its current revision, is no longer POV as I see it. It is still a stub, but I think we can leave it with this (and, of course, hopefully develop it :-).
The jingle thing seems like POV/advertising to me. I tag thia article for NPOV cleanup Riadlem 07:06, 23 June 2006 (UTC)Reply[reply]
I've made some minor additions. Someone was kind enough to add it to the list of for-profit colleges that I've created/populated, and I've also added to the cat I nurse as a hobby. From personal experience (I monitor about 50 of these articles on my watchlist), for-profit schools often have employees or paid PR people to come in and create articles. I've seen some really blatant edits where every campus has it's own external link, every degree offered is listed, some of it just amazing... The real fights tend to be at the largest of them: DeVry, ITT, U. of Phoenix. That's why the Wikigods invented rv ;-) --Bobak 00:55, 14 July 2006 (UTC)Reply[reply]
I signed up for 2 classes online and managed to be online for about 1 hr and 43 minutes. I was online that long because of all the trouble I was having getting logged in, trying to work around all the bad links on their site, and figuring out their archaic system. I never got 1 minute of instruction from them. I dropped the classes because of all the trouble I was having with their system of bad links. Still, after paying what was told by them was a balance I owed of about $145.00 they sent me a bill of $509.00 that they said I still owed. I must pay it even though I received not 1 minute of education. If you're thinking of attending this "university", I would think again. They are very expensive and are only after your money without concern about if you get an education. BEWARE!! —Preceding unsigned comment added by 188.8.131.52 (talk) 00:12, 8 November 2009 (UTC)Reply[reply]