Here's the deal: MMI once had dedicated instructors and a great vibe. Then, a corporation tried to run a school like a business and they succeeded in driving away the dedicated teachers. They're putting in unqualified former students in teaching positions. They underpay their staff (most there haven't had raises in years, if ever). The corporate masters don't know what they're doing with this school, but they keep trying to run it like it's a run-of-the-mill ITT career college--but it's not. They have no clue what they're doing.
It wouldn't surprise me if this place closes its doors by the end of 2017.