Federal prosecutors are charging that an administrator at St. John’s University in New York forced scholarship students — most of them from overseas — to work as her personal servants without pay.

Feds say Cecilia Chang, dean of the university’s Institute of Asian Studies, made scholarship recipients do “menial tasks” unrelated to the university for twenty hours a week. They say Chang made students drive her and members of her family to personal appointments, as well as cooking meals, shoveling trash, and emptying the garbage at her home.

Chang, who worked at St. John’s for three decades, was fired in June after allegations surfaced that she had embezzled more than a million dollars from the university.