Do not let what others think of the world of for profit education (people like this Camden) bring down what you think of you and what your students think of you. True quality teaching transcends the school you work at and becomes independent in many ways. I used to teach in inner city schools and many people looked down on that (the haters), while others looked at it as applaudable and commendable. I also taught at DeVry, and some look down on that (the haters) and some look at it as how we help those that cannot get into selective admission schools.
Research shows that without these for profit schools students would be left out of a higher education, so until the DOE (the Obama administration was making strides at doing this) figures out how to make some form of single pay higher education (like they should do with health insurance), we are always going to have schools that prey on the less fortunate and abuse the title IV based system.
Keep in mind all students that attend Harvard do so free as it is selective admission with an endowment and scholarship program that is beyond belief. All schools are not (and should not) be Harvard, and all potential employers are not going to be so short sighted that they look at the diminished reputation of the employer rather than the abilities and character of the employee.
Keep your head up and now is a time for faculty to bond together and have a voice outside of just ratings on a paper. Faculty should come together and offer solutions to your Provost (who is a Marketing guy with no previous academic experience by the way) versus waiting for their solutions to hit you on the head...what do you have to lose but a job you will eventually lose anyways.
If the University of Phoenix says "we rise" then DeVry faculty should say "we resist." Never Surrender!