SCAD Administration Brain Drain

Where is the money going? Budgets cut 30-50%, Administration resigning, Hong Kong struggling.

Top-level personnel are disappearing from the SCAD campus and the mismanagement of funds is being blamed for the exodus. From the Dear Leader’s Chief of Staff to the SCAD Corporate Counsel. Those close to the internal turmoil have suggested to SCAD Secrets that perhaps financial shenanigans masterminded by Dear Leader’s beard, Glen Angora may be the source of the mass exodus. “No one wants to get caught holding the hot potato” claims a former personal aid to our Dear Leader.

This would not be the first time that Mr. Angora has been accused of creative accounting. Not long ago SCAD Secrets readers will remember the Great Student Center —Equestrian Center debacle in which Glen Angora took the fall for misdirection’ of funds for the Student Center.

What makes the current financial crisis different is that is the cause for so many gifted administrators with institutional knowledge to resign in large numbers—leaving our Dear Leader vulnerable to what insiders call “the whims of those with little to no higher education leadership skill sets.” Critics make the point that there are only so many film professors that Dear Leader can elevate to administrative positions.

The mass exodus of professors and members of the SCAD administration have also heavily taxed the resources of SCAD’s HR department who, we are told, have more job openings than any other university in the country.

In order to provide a short-term solution to the faculty shortage, SCAD service employees are being encouraged, to take a look at SCADJOBS.COM to see if there are any additional positions they feel comfortable adding to their already busy SCAD schedules.

It is feared that with sinking enrollment numbers, and the launch of the new SCADlite™ outlet mall campuses, Dear Leader will be to distracted by internal resignations and external investigations to expertly guide the SCAD ship into safer harbors.

Dear Leader spoke to the issue of the SCAD brain drain from her porch in the Landings stating, “The highest and best use of a front porch is to enable and encourage the art of conversation. We entertain ourselves with stories on the porch. We invite people in. We sit. We visit.”

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