So I see in the news that Cecilia Chang was arrested again. She's a former Dean of St. Johns University. She was arrested the first time for embezzling about $1,000,000. This time, it turns out that she was using scholarship students as "forced labor". In other words, slaves. She was forcing exchange students to serve her and her son as domestics.
St. Johns is a "catholic" school. I just went to their site. It has a whole paragraph--a long one--on how it's founded on the teachings of St. Vincent de Paul. On the Faith and Service page it has pictures of a whole bunch of priests concelebrating Mass--improperly vested. It doesn't really mention Catholicism. It does have a link to the "mission" page, which says it's a Catholic university. It also says it want to pattern itself on the life and Teaching of Jesus, as embodied by the traditions and practices of the Catholic Church. Not a word about it's mission as a Catholic university vis a vis Church teaching and furthering them. And a whole lot about diversity of faith and the community. Actually, not a word about being faithful to Catholic teachings or the magisterium.
By and large, this looks like a sick institution to me. One, it's doing the absolute minimum it can to be a Catholic School. Two, it's obviously not watching out for the money donated to it--or it wouldn't have been possible to steal it so easily. Three, it sure as heck isn't watching out for it's students, and it's office that looks after scholarship and exchange students was surely not on the ball.
Maybe, if you have a kid headed to college, you might direct their interest elsewhere.