Chicago Portfolio School Executive Director Calls Start of Semester 'Messy and Irresponsible'

The program is allegedly behind on payments and operating with 4 instructors for 50 students

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The Chicago Portfolio School, one of the biggest creative pipelines in the city, is leaving students and instructors in the dark ahead of its summer session. The for-profit organization, which charges students upwards of $19,300 per year, has collected tuition checks without providing complete scheduling for a semester scheduled to start today, according to several students and instructors Adweek spoke with.

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