When going to management staff for help, you're told to figure it out yourself or be fired.
You can't offer differing opinions to your boss, or you're threatened with termination.
They claim that they want you to do what's best for the student, but then expect you to do things that are the opposite of that, for example, we were asked to try to talk a student out of a good paying job that doesn't exactly fit their degree, to try to convince the student that starting a new career and taking the pay cut is a good idea.
They say that the education is valuable, but in reality they are taking money from people who can't afford it, who are likely to drop out, or that can't be employed in the field of their degree.
The non-profit doesn't pay their employees well enough for their work, don't have enough employees for their student population, and don't treat them well.