Monday, July 29, 2013
Circling the Drain: Indiana Tech Law School Now Expecting Only Thirty Students to Enroll for Fall 2013!
The Pigs’ Enrollment Goal:
Take a look at this old item on the admissions page for the provisionally-accredited pile of rat dung known as Indiana Tech Law Sewer:
The Admissions Committee will begin to review applications. As of today, we anticipate that our Charter Class will consist of 100 students whose median LSAT score will be 156 and whose median undergraduate GPA will be 3.5. Tuition for the first class will be $29,500, which is significantly lower than the average private law school tuition rate. Scholarships will be available for underrepresented populations and for students with superior academic and LSAT credentials.” [Emphasis mine]
This school has no alumni base and zero connections in the legal field. There were already four ABA-approved law schools in the state of Indiana, when this garbage heap was proposed. Yet, the swine saw fit to charge $29,500 in annual tuition. As you can see, the vile dogs at this place do not give one damn about the students.
Only 22 Fools Have Submitted Seat Deposits So Far:
According to this July 26, 2013 Greater Fort Wayne Business Journal story entitled “Jury’s out on law school,” a pathetic total of 22 students have sent in their seat deposits for the upcoming Fall semester. The piece was authored by reporter Rick Farrant. Check out this fantastic stub, from the article:
“If nothing changes in the next month, the new Indiana Tech Law School will have more faculty and staff than students when the inaugural freshman class begins studies Aug. 26.
School officials had hoped to start with a 100-member class. As of July 23, just 22 students had paid deposits. The $16-million, 70,000-square-foot school, meanwhile, will have 25 faculty and staff when its doors open.” [Emphasis mine]
What a brilliant investment, huh?!?! At least the school will have an amazing student to faculty ratio. The only thing that makes me happier is seeing my child’s smiling face when I come home each day.
Elie Mystal landed a devastating overhand right to these pigs, in his July 25, 2013 post labeled “New Law School Gets Just A Third Of Its Expected Starting Class.” Review this opening, for a moment:
“In 2011, when Indiana Tech announced it was going to open a law school in Fort Wayne, Indiana for no good reason, Indiana Tech President Arthur Snyder said that access to legal education in Indiana was a big reason for opening the fifth law school in the state: “There are potential students who desire a law school education who cannot get that education in this area, and there are people in our state who need legal services who don’t have access to them.”
This was always an incredibly weak argument. Now, as Indiana Tech is set to welcome its first starting class, we have some measure of proof that those 2011 prognostications were as incorrect as everybody knew they’d be in 2011….” [Emphasis mine]
The author then points out that the law school swine simply opened a commode because they could. The dolts figured that they could cash in on the scam, along with all the other ABA-accredited diploma mills. Now, look at Mystal’s poignant summation:
“It is a joke to be opening up a new law school in 2013. As far as we know, there are only 30 people in the country who fell for it. That, my friends, is progress.”
On July 26, 2013, the Law School Scam Truth Center featured a short, hilarious entry titled “Indiana Tech Focusing on Small Class Size.” Look at the portion below:
“Low student-teacher ratio is good, right? Indiana Tech's will be pretty impressive next year.
The inaugural class is expected to have 30 students, below the school’s original goal of 100.
The learning experience for these thirty will be unassailable. Working that close with expert scholars like Andre Cummings, these students are bound to become a legal force to be reckoned with in northern Indiana.”
Conclusion: Hell, at this rate, the bitches may need to become an open admissions law school. Unless they prefer to be out of a job within one or two years of opening a new, $16 million facility. Maybe the toilet can petition the American Bar Association cockroaches to allow Indiana TTTTTech to accept applicants who have not taken the LSAT. Perhaps the leeches can simply require a Bachelor's degree and a 2.2 undergraduate GPA. Remember, on May 5, 2010, the Star-Ledger reported that New Jersey's Drake College of Business - not affiliated with Third Tier Drake - was recruiting and then paying homeless people, for enrollment and attendance purposes.
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