Former student who became an instructor and this job was horrible. Finances were always tight, was forced to provide supplies from my personal finances in order to make sure my students were covered in class. Management was awful, had their own agenda, and didn't support you as an instructor. The campus was ALWAYS filthy and because of financial issues for the company, janitorial services, maintenance services, technical services, etc, were never handled, mainly because the company lacked the finances to pay for everything and bills were so overdue that companies flat out refused to work with Milan. If we needed/wanted something for work, we had to provide it ourselves. Administration had no problems with adding more and more requirements, increased work load for both students and instructors, and constantly adding "policies" which never came to fruition, but kept getting tossed in our face. Students would complain about issues regarding administration, the campus, or supplies and as an instructor, I had nothing I was able to say or do for them, except to apologize.