Great faculty, unsupportive administration, underqualified employees outside of faculty members
If I tell you that my anonymity will be gone (Former Employee) – Orem-Salt Lake Area – February 25, 2012
There are many things that I loved about working for Broadview University. Corporate officers were supportive of individual, as well as campus, success. I also loved working with my colleagues as a member of the faculty. The administration, however, I found to be incompetent, under-qualified, and less than intelligent in providing for the needs of it's students. Favoritism often led to willful blindness on the part of the regional administration for Broadview campuses. Certain members of this administration listened only to certain departments because of expanded nepotism and an inability or unwillingness to investigate all sides of an issue. Students needs were not met, neither were the needs of faculty in trying to make the school more effective and well-thought of. Even fulfilling simple tasks to reach sensible goals was difficult because communication (at least on my former campus) was severely lacking. I felt that my contributions were not appreciated, but turned against me to try and force me out the door. My first year there was lovely. Following that, however, the environment became toxic.
wonderful faculty, personal interaction with students
incompetence, administrative blindness, blatant causing of failure