Corporate Administration

Roski Faculty, Students Call on USC to Prioritize Quality Education Over Profits

MFA NOMFA // May 29, 2015 // 0 Comments

Editor’s Note: As this year’s commencement season rolled around, initiating increasingly unmanageable debt-careers, something interesting occurred in Los Angeles which many of you have no doubt followed. An entire class of graduate students at USC Roski decided to collectively drop out, in the middle of their pursuit of an MFA. Citing corporatized  priorities of the administration, never clearly communicated to the students and driving the historically esteemed program away from the very reasons they had decided to pursue their degrees there in the first place, all seven art [...]