Operations Support Coordinator II (Current Employee) – Westminster, CO – April 4, 2017
Over the seven years I have worked for DeVry University, I have learned and grown an incredible amount. Unfortunately, there is not much room for advancement and looking for the next step. What I enjoyed most about my day to day is seeing the student succeed, watching them from their first meeting with an admissions advisor to planning their graduation.
Work Study Student (Former Employee) – Colorado Springs, CO – April 4, 2017
My ability to work with students, to help and guide them with the information that they are sinking to continue there education or to help to get on the computer, and to get a project ready for a speaker.
Leader (Former Employee) – Addison, IL – March 28, 2017
Typical day at work required me to assist students and faculty members with tasks that needed to be done in regards to classes being held and students needing assistance. Great environment that feels like family.
Visiting Professor (Part-Time) (Current Employee) – Sherman Oaks, CA – March 28, 2017
Full-time staff and faculty are great. However, I've had the Dean and other members of the "leadership" give me sales pitches implying opportunity for a full-time position. After listening 2-3 stories I have yet to ever see anything happen in reality.
I very much love and enjoy teaching at DeVry overall though, and sure the the benefits package would be great if you ever have access to them.
Otherwise, the pay and not benefits, or security or consistency in teaching sessions limits you're interest in doing more then the minimum. I often get the feeling they run on a skeleton crew and exploit their part-time faculty to maximize their profits from the students. Which is a shame the students get short changed in the end.
Student (Former Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – March 23, 2017
Working in a college is never easy or fun. This was mostly for beginner work/employment. This requires a lot of time and energy for assignments that are due by certain dates. Very stressful, but very rewarding.
Senior Representative (Current Employee) – Downers Grove, IL – March 22, 2017
Culture and leadership is solid. This is a great place to start a career and plenty of opportunities to gain some experience. It can be difficult to transition from one department to the other but certainly possible.
Student Worker - Registrar (Former Employee) – Pomona, CA – March 17, 2017
As a student worker, it is an ideal job. The environment is friendly, and staff is like family. There is always something to keep you busy, scanning papers, or screening calls, filing paperwork. It is a great learning experience.
High Quality programs and staff help attract high quality students!
Visiting Professor (Current Employee) – Jacksonville, FL – March 2, 2017
DeVry University strives to offer opportunities to students, many of whom did not have college options in their younger lives. The quality and dedication of staff, coupled with the quality of programs that use the latest in technology, helps such student adhere to their programs, to put their learning in career perspectives, and to build leadership traits.
Latest in distributed technology tools for academic programs
IT Student Worker (Former Employee) – Bakersfield, CA – February 22, 2017
I worked as a student worker so my role was a little different. It was a part time job, almost like and internship. That's why I gave low ratings to Benefits and Job Security. I really don't have a way to grade those points since I did not receive these perks.
Great environment. Everyone has a positive attitude.
Student Support Advisor (Current Employee) – Colton, CA – February 21, 2017
DeVry University provides great training to and promotes self-development with employees. Managers are great, I consider myself very fortunate to work with amazing leaders who taught me great things and guided me to grow into the professional I am today.
Information Technician (Former Employee) – Long Beach, CA – February 18, 2017
I loved working for DeVry. My supervisors were always willing to help out and to teach me new ways of thinking and solving problems. It's because of them I have become the out of box thinker, I am today.