Tag Archive: written complaint

Jan 31

Decision to Withdraw My Faculty Application from University of Phoenix

In my last post, I discussed my final communications with University of Phoenix Faculty Services Manager, Sarah Hightower. I refer to her colloquially as a Bimbo Manager because of her bimbo bureaucratic response to the multiple errors one of her subordinates, Courtney Hopper made during my faculty application process. In any case, I stated that …

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Jan 31

University of Phoenix Bimbo Faculty Services Manager Sarah Hightower

This post is a continuation of my prior post University of Phoenix Bimbo Response by Faculty Recruiter Courtney Hopper. In the previous post, I shared a series of emails by myself and faculty recruiter, Courtney Hopper, regarding the “mystery” of my official transcripts. It turns out after some discovery and backtracking, the error was caused …

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Jan 31

University of Phoenix Bimbo Response by Faculty Recruiter Courtney Hopper

On January 25, 2012, 3 days before my Instructor Assessment Session, I abruptly terminated my application with University of Phoenix out of disgust for the lack of apology and more importantly lack of accountability for multiple errors made during my application process. Normally, I am patient and understanding when unintentional, innocent mistakes are made. However, …

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Jan 31

University of Phoenix: The Ideal Faculty Member

One of the questions I want answered is when going for a job, project, or assignment that requires my personal work, services, or talents, is:  What are you looking for in an ideal candidate? In this case with University of Phoenix, I asked, “What is the ideal faculty member?”. The answer I received came from …

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Jan 30

University of Phoenix: Faculty Recruiting & Application Process

My 1st experience with the University of Phoenix Faculty Recruiting & Application Process began in May 2011. A friend who was on the adjunct faculty encouraged me to apply to see if they were interested in my credentials for an adjunct instructor position.  I emailed my information into a local campus contact who, in turn, …

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