True Campus Project, LLC strives to be the most trusted and transparent place for today's applicant to search for MBA programs and research universities. We follow these simple principles and guidelines to ensure the most authentic, transparent, and valuable information is available to workers and job candidates while balancing fairness to employers.
· We believe in the principle of anonymity and free speech — everyone has a right to voice his or her opinion and be heard without fear of retribution, censorship or other unwanted attention.
· We never edit or alter the text of reviews or comments submitted on our site, no matter how minor.
· We never suppress, filter, or delete content simply because it is negative/lower-rated, or positive/higher-rated.
· We apply the same standard of review for all content (whether or not the content involves an employer client of True Campus Project, LLC).
· We require email verification from a permanent, active email address or a valid social networking account for each user submitting content.
· We moderate every piece of content through a two-step moderation process. The first gate of review is technological. We apply proprietary technology that analyzes multiple attributes of the content. If the content does not pass technological review, a team of human moderators reviews the content to determine if it meets our guidelines. Additionally, a human always moderates any piece of content that is flagged for secondary review.
· We use proprietary technology filters & algorithms to detect attempted abuse and gaming.
· We stay neutral in all cases of dispute; we don’t take sides and we don’t act as the finder of fact with respect to review content.
· We remove content if we have evidence that users were incentivized to or coerced into leaving the content.
· We believe each university has the right to respond to a review left by a member for free, and that the university be given the last word on a review.
True Campus Project, LLC uses the term 'content' to describe reviews, data, interview reviews, benefits reviews, photos, awards, and other user-submitted content.
True Campus Project, LLC uses the term ‘student to describe any individual who has been enrolled at a university. These students can be full-time, part-time, executive, or similar.
In addition, True Campus Project, LLC uses the term ‘university to describe the entity that enrolls and educates students. We may also use the term ‘university’ to describe an official school representative; this may be someone in HR or recruiting, marketing or a member of the senior leadership team.
Many interested MBA applicants rely on True Campus Project, LLC's reviews and other user-submitted content to find and apply to MBA programs they will enjoy attending. Please follow these guidelines to ensure everyone can benefit from a helpful, balanced, and authentic community.
· Your review should be truthful and constitute your own personal opinion and experience with your current or former MBA program. We don’t take sides when it comes to factual disputes, so we expect you to stand behind your statements expressed in your content.
· Each individual is allowed one review, per MBA program, per review type. Your content should be related to MBA programs you have attended (or interviews you have had) within the last five years so it’s relevant to today’s MBA applicants.
· We allow reviews that name individuals in the highest positions in a company who have broad influence over the work environment, as long as the review describes the individual’s behavior or performance within the MBA program. Individuals in this category include those who are the public face of the university (Dean, Assistant Dean, Dean of Student Life, Professors, etc.) We believe this information is generally representative of a university’s culture and can be informative to applicants.
· We do not allow reviews that include negative comments about identifiable individuals outside of this group.
· We realize talking about your school experience can get emotionally charged, but we do NOT approve reviews that include certain profanities, threats of violence, or discriminatory language targeted at an individual or group. We may allow reviews that mention race, religion, nationality, gender, sexual orientation and the like if we believe the comment is used to describe a classroom or other type of school situation. General discussions of school misconduct are allowed, including most discussions of illegal activities, discrimination, and sexual harassment.
· We do not accept reviews that reveal confidential, non-public internal school information. We consider this to include: source code, customer lists, R&D activities, budgets, detailed financial results, and technical know-how.
· To safeguard privacy, we do not allow you to identify yourself or include any contact information (about yourself or others) in your posts.
· True Campus Project, LLC is about sharing information that helps the entire community. We reject reviews that do not relate to a university, or are otherwise not relevant to understanding a university culture. We will reject any content meant as an advertisement or containing a web link.
· All reviews should be original – no substantial quoted material from other sources, including (but not limited to) websites, e-mail correspondence, other reviews, etc.
· Your writing doesn't have to be perfect, but we need to be able to understand it. We reject reviews for excessive capitalization or filler words/characters. And remember, your review will be more credible if you use good grammar, spelling, and punctuation.
· Our Community Guidelines and moderation policies take into consideration applicable laws in the different international markets in which True Campus Project, LLC operates.