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Yale-NUS College is a liberal arts college in Singapore. Established in 2011 as a collaboration between Yale University and the National University of Singapore, it is the first liberal arts college in Singapore and one of the few in Asia. Yale-NUS is the first institution outside New Haven, Connecticut, that Yale University has developed in its 300-year history, making Yale the first American Ivy


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Avionics Tech says

"I worked at US Navy Cons: You commonly work for people that have a very low level of education yet act like they are brilliant. Decisions on workload are inconsistent and commonly don't make any real sense."

Current Employee - Lieutenant, Information Warfare says

"I have been working at US Navy full-time for more than 10 years Cons: it's actually filled with high school politics and stupid pettiness. Not really all the awesome. get on a ship for 5 years and go places and deal with stupid people who couldnt get into college and could barely pass high school. hard to translate im a leader that led lots of people in lots of ways into a new job"

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I have been working at US Navy full-time Cons: Deployments and time away from the family."


"I have been working at US Navy Cons: Crazy work hours, no ovetime, low pay, you go out to sea all the time and are away from family."


"I worked at US Navy Cons: My chain of command was full of fraternization, incompetence and preferential treatment. You have to be comfortable working 12+ hours with very little sleep. All those European ports are just in the commercials/movies. You might hit one if you're lucky and then it's straight to the Sand Box."

Current Employee - E6 - Navy - Petty Officer, First Class says

"I have been working at US Navy full-time for more than 10 years Cons: Corporate feel with less efficient drive, leadership seems to fail at finding true causes for dwindling morale. Job satisfaction and appreciation are very absent."


"I have been working at US Navy Cons: guaranteed pay check, no one can get fired. politics, treated on your rank and not your skill set, knowledge, education, or age."

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I have been working at US Navy full-time Cons: Low pay compared to working hours. Due to the nature of the enlisted Navy, large pockets of incompetence. Inability to make futures plans due to complete control from the Navy."

Former Employee - Surface Warfare Officer says

"I worked at US Navy full-time for more than 10 years Cons: War, terrible bosses, horrible treatment by colleagues"

Mechanical Engineer says

"I have been working at US Navy Cons: Difficult to come to terms with ridiculous rules and waste."

James M. says

"Refinancing through New Day was the worst thing I could have done. They waited until the last minute for closing and sent in the pay off for my loan too late. It was getting close and I kept calling and was told it’s all fine. It will be paid off in time. Don’t won’t about it... yeah well they lied! My credit score dropped 62 points because my payment was late... do not - I repeat - do not sue this company. I am disgusted. It’s ran by a retired admiral. You would think they would care about veterans... you would be wrong."

Stacy L. on behalf of Kevin L. says

"It took 8 weeks and 4 days for our mortgage to complete. It sat untouched for nearly 2 weeks. We were asked to submit the same information multiple times. Such as, we were asked 5 times why we didn't pay for childcare. Answering the question: Do you pay for childcare should have been sufficient. We should not have had to prove why we didn't pay for childcare. If we said no, no should have been accepted and we move on. The process took so long that my husband had to verify his employment three times. He works for the government, we had submitted our bank statements (three times). You could tell he was being paid by looking at the bank statements. And why did we have to submit our statements three times? When we finally, had our closing, we didn't get to complete it because the seller was informed they needed money for us to close. This should not have been the case. We said many times that we were paying all fees and costs. When I questioned our originator as to why we did not know there would be money needed from the seller at closing, I was informed that she represented me, the buyer, not the seller. However, because she didn't go over the paperwork and inform us, her customer was unable to complete the sale. It was at that point that the case was taken over by someone else and we were able to close. I do not feel like my veteran was treated with respect. Your advertisement speaks of an easy process for vets. This was not easy. It was frustrating and I"m still not sure it was done correctly because the asking price of the house was 2,000 more than the pay off and the sellers didn't receive the difference. This was a terrible experience and I would not recommend NewDay USA to anyone. However, thank goodness for Matthew Russel for taking over the case and getting things done. Stacy"

Bruce Simonson says

"I called their 800# and had a screener take my information and promised to have a loan officer return my call. Since I am a Vietnam Vet, I thought I'd get a quick response. It's been 5 days and still I've not heard from them."

Jeremy Sommerfeldt says

"This company starts by promising everything they can. Including estimated closing date approx 1 month away. I provided all documentation needed the same day I initially contacted them. Then had to call them for updates even though Frank stated he would be in regular contact with me. Estimated closing was Aug 3rd, we are now at the 10th with no explanation to what the issue is. Was told I shouldn't need to make a mortgage payment to my current lender due to closing and funding before the 15th, now I have to make a late payment to them. Today I received a call from a disaster assessment company who want to take pictures of my home for a hurricane that did not hit our area delaying closing even longer. If you use this company do not believe their timeline or their estimated origination fee discount, neither are close to accurate."

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