Brick Computer Science Institute Defaulted on loan paperwork and lied about it I HAVE PROOF!! Brick New Jersey
I read few postings on this site in regards to this matter. I attended the school from 2002-2004. They gave me tuition assistance forms that I was to have my national guard unit fill out. So I had it filled out and signed off, and returned it to the schools finance dept. About a month before graduation, I am suddenly approached by the staff, who informs me that I had xxxx amount in unpaid dept. Well, I went to the finance dept, and they told me that I never brought in the TA paperwork from the guard. So I came back the next day bringing with me a copy of the signed paperwork that the previous financial adviser had signed off on, and asked them to rectify the problem. I was given a smile and told that he was fired a long time prior, and that it was now my problem.
In response to a prior entry was made by a 'your screwed, live with it'. You say that the federal gov't will be the ones footing the bill, and that we should be stuck owing them. Well, I have this to say about that- I AM NOT WRONG, AND I WON'T SAY THAT I WAS! I am tired of doing the right thing, and being screwed by people like this. I will not tolerate this, and I will see to it that something gets done about it. By the way, do not presume to correct the grammar of others until you fix your own first.
As for ':( :( :(' - I am very sorry to hear about your grandfather. I am not trying to soil his good name, or say that he was a bad person. What I am saying, is that his employee's failed him miserably, and I think it is a crying shame that good people like him are hung out to dry by those whose gross negligence and incompetence led to their fall. Your grandfather placed all of these people in a position of trust, and confidence, and they failed him. So if you truly are enraged as I am about this, then you will want to see justice served, and these hacks get whats coming to them. People need to know that it was not all his fault, and only you can help me make this happen by responding back with the contact information of anyone you know who help bring this about.
Now down to it. I am a successful network engineer for Comcast. I make a great income, and love my job. I owe much of this to what I learned at BSCI. The curriculum was good, and the hands on was invaluable. True it was only the basics, (on the Microsoft and Cisco side) but it gave me the tools I needed to build a solid foundation. I think the owner of BSCI had a great vision, and am incredibly ticked to see it go the way it did. I am grateful for the experience and knowledge I received, and would like to thank those who made it possible. And to those people I have this to say - ' You deserve better then what you got! Help me get these people that did this to me (and many others I personally know), and CLEAR YOUR NAME! ' Many people are placing blame in the wrong place. This needs to be fixed. My mistake was not checking up every few weeks to ensure that the finance dept. was doing their job.