You rang? Okay, at this point I'll go to the max and declare that Nexford is a mill. On the admissions page of the Nexford web site is a photo captioned "Rebecca Adedayo Ebokpo, MBA 2019, Nigeria." The same photo and caption appear on their tuition page. Normally, the year listed next to a degree is one's graduation year. So, how did Ms. Ebokpo manage to graduate in 2019 when Nexford was "launched" in February 2019? There's something fishy here. I've already covered the notion of schools that call themselves universities when they do not qualify to use that term under its traditional meaning, especially one that only purports to grant three degrees in one field (and lists only five full-time faculty in its catalogue). My favorite illustration is a take-off on the Mickey Rooney-Judy Garland line, "Hey, kids, let's put on a show." Since Sheila admits here that their CEO and founder "is not from the education sector," I think we have a great example of "Hey, kids, let's start a university." By the way, Sheila's qualifications are, indeed, impressive - just like those of Armando Arias (sorry, kiddies, you'll have to look him up). But once again, we have someone who is likely a talented teacher but doesn't have their act together when it comes to educational administration. There is only one question I am not able to answer that, I think, has some relevance (yes, Sheila, this is a question for you): As of right now, in July 2019, exactly how many students are enrolled in Nexford University? And, of any who are enrolled, how many are in the U.S.? Bottom line: I think the situation at Nexford is similar to the situation with William Loveland College, which several DI folk supported, some even lauding WLC, until David Lady flew the coop and the school was revealed as a sham. I called it a sham a long time ago, just as I am calling Nexford a sham now. By the way, if you'd like to have some fun, punch their address of record (according to the DC Licensing Commission) up on Google Maps: 1140 Third Street NE, Washington, DC. It turns out to be the Uline Arena. (University, my ass.) In the meantime, Sheila is continuing to get away with using this forum as an advertising vehicle, although I doubt it will result in any significant enrollment bump at Nexford. And, as some have noted, it will at least raise questions for those who search Nexford and find this thread.