November 17, 2006 @ 2:40 pm by sean
to the limit. Part of this is due to students who are not enrolled in
the course this semester using the facilities and the chemistry for
which they have not provided lab fees. In a consultation with
Professor Colpitts last night I was
instructed to allow only those students who are currently enrolled in
the course to use the lab, prior experience or not. I stand by that decision, not because of you level of experience, but because this policy must apply to all former students of photography without exception if we are to control costs.
I just got this email today.
I was not sure if is ok to keep the instructors name, so I did not.
This did not happen when professor Mosely was here
why is it happening now?
Are this years freshmen just idoits?
Or is the professor inadequte?
Whatever the situation, this is unsatisfactory.
I paid lab fees when I was paying $2,000 in tuition to go to community college.
It costs me $25,000 a year to go to this school, and I am not even allowed to use the photo lab I earned the privilege
not just by giving exhorbitant amounts of money
but also by taking the fullest extent of photography classes offered to me.
Now that I broke a rule last night by having a photo student unlock the lab so I could make prints for the Holiday Art Auction, I suppose I would just be turning myself in by entering them.
I guess then,
I am not.