Found out why my other class hadn't appeared on the online learning environment yet.
The online course catalog was wrong.
It's always some external force with you, isn't it?
Never your own misunderstanding - always someone else's.
I'll say this much, you've got that part of middle management right.
It was listed for the first half of the semester (yesterday through the first part of October), but it's actually going to take place the second half of the semester (mid-October through December).
The professor got in touch with me about that, and says that I can expect a phone call from the registrar and the business department as well.
Because you didn't do things properly/misread what the catalog said? Because seriously if your school has this many faults with it, a degree from this institution is the equivalent of a sheet of toilet paper.
Given that I'm now having to play "canary in the coal mine", I'm seriously starting to wonder whether or not I should begin charging for my services.
Canaries in coal mines didn't get paid.
Just saying. That analogy makes no sense here. Plus - why bother? YOU HAVE A DEGREE. A WORTHWHILE DEGREE. YOU CAN LEAVE.
Either that, or use it as leverage should I eventually go for a professorship.
It doesn't work like that and if you think it does you should sue the school for a full refund of your tuition because you dang well didn't learn anything.