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Posted By: Imright, 1/4/2020 11:32:46 AM

Colleges have been around for centuries. College students have also been around for centuries. Yet, college administrators assume that today’s students have needs that were unknown to their predecessors. Those needs include diversity and equity personnel, with massive budgets to accommodate.According to Minding the Campus, Penn State University’s Office of Vice Provost for Educational Equity employs 66 staff members. The University of Michigan currently employs a diversity staff of 93 full-time diversity administrators, officers, directors, vice provosts, deans, consultants, specialists, investigators, managers, executive assistants, administrative assistants, analysts and coordinators. Amherst College

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Reply 1 - Posted by: aasilver 1/4/2020 11:42:50 AM (No. 278602)
Any bureaucracy connected to government will grow exponentially until it dominates the original intent.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: zephyrgirl 1/4/2020 11:49:02 AM (No. 278608)
Where else can all the "studies" majors find jobs? Private industry doesn't want professional agitators, and only hires a few tokens. The Federal government doesn't want them either. Universities created the supply, and now they must boost demand to keep the departments going.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: stablemoney 1/4/2020 11:54:34 AM (No. 278611)
All these universities are way overfunded. The money doesn't go to education. It goes to bureaucrats and campus expansion, when the student could have stayed home and learned over the internet, no campus needed.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: john56 1/4/2020 12:19:36 PM (No. 278631)
No wonder college tuition and fees are so high. My son enters college next year -- a state college, room board and fees is $25-30 grand, private schools $50-60 grand. I pointed out to my son that I only make $50 grand before taxes so I'm hoi g to be 100% working for his education.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: sms 1/4/2020 12:20:01 PM (No. 278632)
If I had a college age child today, I would only pay for any STEM or serious professional study or an apprenticeship in a skilled occupation. I would tell any child who wanted to go to college for any other reason that I would not pay for it. However, I would present each of them with the Great Books list from Mortimer Adler and tell them that I will give them $2000 for each book they read and wrote a 2 page minimum report after we discuss the report and the book and I am convinced that they understood it. College today is a joke.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: VAPMAN 1/4/2020 12:26:13 PM (No. 278641)
No wonder the cost of college tuition along with healthcare has outrun by far the cost of all other major services for the past 50 years. Paying millions of dollars for these diversocrats (thought police) is a complete waste. When will colleges get rid of all this excess nonsense and just concentrate on education. They could cut tuition in half
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Reply 7 - Posted by: hershey 1/4/2020 12:28:51 PM (No. 278645)
Sounds like an over inflated bureaucracy just like Government...I have a friend who just got the job of VP for Diversity and Inclusiveness....still trying to figure out what the second part is all about....
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Reply 8 - Posted by: DVC 1/4/2020 12:44:17 PM (No. 278662)
This says it all.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: joew9 1/4/2020 1:33:19 PM (No. 278724)
In-state college tuition in Georgia, after correcting for inflation, is 5 times higher than it was in 1979. $400 per year(1979) times inflation correction of about 5 should give you about $2000 per year(2019). Yet in (2019) they are charging 10k$ per year in-state. 5 times higher! This is outrageous. You pretty much can't work your way through college anymore. You have to get financial help. And it's the government that chooses who gets that help. So if you are a white male from a small Georgia town with very high SAT scores and don't have a rich daddy, hello vocational tech. Which should prepare you for that factory job that just got shipped to Mexico and China.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: John Moses Browning 1/4/2020 1:47:22 PM (No. 278736)
And you kid may very well come home one day after a six year trip through wonderland (Indiana University in my case), and announce that he is a vegan, marxist, homo sexual. And now he works for the university because that is what he is qualified for. Don’t laugh, it happened to my Wife and I. The university will damage your child for life.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: mathman 1/4/2020 2:00:30 PM (No. 278745)
But there is no diversity. Even thinking a capitalist thought is punishable. The mind set is solid steel, and cannot be questioned. Many words are forbidden. Many opinions are not allowed on campus. Freedom of inquiry does not exist.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: Sorosisbehindit 1/4/2020 4:03:23 PM (No. 278834)
Between the outrageous costs/debt and the liberal indoctrination, I don't know if I even want my grandkids to go to college.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: cor-vet 1/4/2020 5:03:32 PM (No. 278863)
Colleges are businesses. They should be treated like businesses. If they can't make it without massive government aid, shut them down.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: fayebeck 1/4/2020 5:19:00 PM (No. 278867)
I've said it before BUT I'll say it again. Any parent or kid who pays one cent to attend a college is a fool. Where is it written that parents should pay for the kid's "higher education"? Why does it take a degree to become a teacher or lawyer? Any kid who can read and write and do basic math can teach that stuff and have done it in the past. Same with lawyers. Higher learning is just a criminal enterprise.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: cactus 1/4/2020 6:11:20 PM (No. 278891)
Grandson went to the military out of high school. Got out and got a good job. Used the GI Bill to attend college. Got Bachelors and Masters taking courses over the internet. Got a better job now. Think he only had to pay out of pocket for the last semester. More students should take advantage of this.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: DEnforcer 1/4/2020 6:20:44 PM (No. 278903)
I worked for many years for a Fortune 500 company and my project teams were always diverse (race, gender, nationality). We didn't need a lecture about diversity, because we lived it. We had common project and business objectives and hence, we were motivated to work together, despite our differences, towards completing those goals. When the Diversity Director came to talk with us, she kept emphasizing differences, rather than commonalities. We were told Eastern Europeans always were prompt with meeting times and project deadlines, but South American weren't. So we should adapt to these differences. This lecture served to offend many of us, because it stereotyped our colleagues!
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Reply 17 - Posted by: texaspast 1/4/2020 6:24:00 PM (No. 278906)
The diversity scam is just the tip of it. There are so many wasted dollars in 'education' and many of the excess positions are required to make the accrediting bodies happy. If they aren't happy, the college doesn't get its accreditation for the next 10 years. But then there's the 2 year follow-up report, the 5 year progress report, etc. You wouldn't BELIEVE how much time this soaks up not from just the administrative people, but from us down-the-ladder lunks who are just trying to teach our classes. And those 'inspectors' who come from the accrediting body? They are administrators from OTHER colleges and universities who get off on the power they wield over the life or death of the school. So next year the vice president of college A who got reamed by the accrediting board will be on the inspection team reaming some other school. It is really a big joke - but nobody is laughing. Somewhere in the last 50 or so years 'getting an education' became confused with 'getting a degree'. They are definitely not the same. You can get a degree from a 'respected' university without ever receiving an education in anything worthwhile.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: snakeoil 1/4/2020 6:25:46 PM (No. 278908)
It amazing to look at most universities and the percentage of the employees who have anything to do with education. Dave Barry once wrote that the biggest secret on any college campus is what does The Provost do? Actually that's simple. The Provost supervises the Vice Provosts, who supervise the Associate Provosts, who supervise the Assistant Provosts, who supervise the Principle Administrative Assistants to the Provosts, who supervise the.Food Tasters for the Provosts, ad infinitium. Then there is the Jock Kingdom where the Football Coach often makes more money that the Governor of the state. And then there are the Campus Planners who tear buildings down and put new building up. At most institutions of higher learning you have the campus planners who tear stuff up to put stuff up. They even have full time employees who write the resumes for the students. Can you imagine college grads who can't even fill out their own resume. The best way to improve higher education is to cut their budget by 2/3 and force them to spend their funds on education.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: Strike3 1/4/2020 6:58:32 PM (No. 278932)
How true. Could these schools be hiring all of this fluff staff to attempt to prove to college graduates that they can find employment in the useless propaganda programs that they teach? Do they think that "safe spaces" actually exist in the real world? It used to be that only football and basketball were blamed for inflated tuition prices, now it's spread across the board and at a much higher percentage. It's a top heavy racket that is due to collapse and I will be encouraging my grandchildren, even the brilliant ones, to choose technical schools in the profession of their choice. If you are good, you will pass up the average four-year-degree snowflake in a matter of a couple of years. Employers pay for performance, not grades in "studies."
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Reply 20 - Posted by: Heraclitus 1/4/2020 7:05:39 PM (No. 278934)
Public schools are leftist incubators, college is where the hatchlings emerge, full-blown unthinking toady leftists. If you must send your kids to college, please think about Hillsdale, but ONLY IF those children are "rooted and grounded in the Truth" so as to not corrupt Hillsdale. With local colleges, on-line courses, apprenticeships and the like, there is no reason to spend tens of thousands of dollars to have your children thoroughly indoctrinated but lacking skill and knowledge useful for a good life as productive citizens.
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