Full Time Criminal Justice Student (Former Employee) – Columbus, GA – July 28, 2016
Adequate , as promised studied and passing grades granted me my associates of applied science in criminal justice, a fundamental understanding of various aspects of the policing job market , and an understanding of the criminal laws and their applications.
CSU Work Study (Former Employee) – Columbus, GA – July 2, 2016
I worked at Columbus State's Work Study program since 2012, and it has been a great experience I wouldn't want to forget the time I've had there. The work time was a maximum of 19 hours a week but was enough to give me time for myself and my school work. The people there are pretty sociable. Building a relationship with my bosses helped us build an environment that was like its a family here. I always informed them if I was going to run late. I try to make changes to my schedule ahead of time regardless of the ability to do it one day before the time I wanted to make a change to. It's definitely a first-step job for people. I'm happy I graduated so others can take my spot to get that experience I had.
Flexible work schedule
Have to stretch the current work there sometimes to feel busy.
Great place. Really great people here. akssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss
Certified Nurse Aide (Current Employee) – Columbus, GA – April 8, 2016
A typical day at work as a CNA would be learning the residents to better assist them. I learned that every floor works differently. I believe management is a good team but the tasks and hours for CNAs per week can be handled evenly. Some co-workers work as a team and some do not. The hardest thing about my job is not having a set schedule and set floor. The most enjoyable thing about my job is helping others in need of support and comfort.
The work environment was fun, productive, and enjoyable.
Columbus State University Phone-a-thon Team Member (Former Employee) – Columbus, GA – April 1, 2016
I enjoyed working as a Phone-a-thon Team Member because it gave me a chance to reach out to the Alumni and inform them on the new things happening at Columbus State University and asking them to donate to the building up of our University. My coworkers were very involved individuals on campus who loved Columbus State University. The hardest part of the job was at times was getting in touch with the Alumni most times. Some would either changed numbers, relocated, or possibly deployed. The most enjoyable part was coming into a work environment where the atmosphere is positive and everyone working together to accomplish a goal.
free giveaways, competitive games, free food on occasions, etc
Associate Professor of Finance (Former Employee) – Columbus, GA – December 8, 2015
Management is interested in entertaining the students and reviews faculty only by student evaluations. Management wants to interpose itself into faculty governance and try to direct faculty like a conductor in an orquestra
Manager of Campus Services (Current Employee) – Columbus, GA – August 7, 2015
Since I have started here I have been given the opportunity to grow and develop as a professional. If you are one who has a passion for what you do and wants the opportunity to try new things, Columbus State University is a great place for you.
Student Assistant (Former Employee) – University Information & Technology Services – July 13, 2015
A typical day working at CSU computer lab required filling printer with paper, assisting students with login issues, resetting passwords, transferring calls, checking in/checking out laptops, promoting the lab services, documenting the task performed, and maintained the daily operations of the lab. My time at the computer lab has taught me a lot. I learned how to effectively deal with the customers, how to be a part of a team and to communicate efficiently. Management tried their best to accommodating, which was greatly appreciated. There was no opportunity for advancement, which decreased both the morale and motivation. Most of the co-workers were great to work with and we work well together. We got to know each other. The few co-workers that I found to be difficult I would just keep it professional with them. The hardest part of my job were dealing with difficult customers and working under conditions that made me feel unappreciated. The most enjoyable part of my job is meeting new people everyday.
Student assistant, referee (Former Employee) – Columbus, GA – May 14, 2015
Most days are filled with laughter and its a great job because you get to work with others that share similar interest. The hardest part of the job is waiting around for games to start after nine o clock.
makes daily workout routines easy because i was always in the gym
Enrollment Sercive Representative (Current Employee) – Columbus GA – May 7, 2015
On a typical day at CSU, I will answer about 50+ phone calls and see 20+ students with questions or needing assistance enrolling and financial aid at Columbus State University. During peak the phone calls can exceed 100+ and walk-ins 40+. I most enjoy meeting and helping the students and parents.
5 free meals and allowed 9 credits hours per semester