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    A comfortable atmosphere in which each person is affirmed for who they are in an honest and transparent manner.

    Former Employee - Vice President of Operations  in  Dayton, TN
    Former Employee - Vice President of Operations in Dayton, TN

    I worked at Oxford Graduate School full-time for more than 3 years


    The love among the administration, faculty, staff, and students is almost tangible.


    It is a nonprofit organization which currently cannot pay market rates for the positions needing to be filled.

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    Keep the faith!

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    Culture of failure

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Dayton, TN
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Dayton, TN

    I worked at Oxford Graduate School full-time for more than a year


    You will find some nice people with laudable goals, as formally expressed, though you will be expected to work essentially as a highly underpaid volunteer.


    The school has a history of top board leadership entirely disconnected from reality, living in a fantasy world, while taking itself entirely seriously. In 30 years of operations, it has only managed to graduate less than 300. With rare exceptions, its graduates are nice, ineffectual, people.

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    Become a serious academic institution or fold your tent. Stop playing at being an academic institution.

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