Development Coordinator (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – March 10, 2017
At LMU I was introduced to almost every are of development and received database, gift entry, account creation and gift tracking experience. I also gained experience in running reports and basic queries.
Friendly staff and interaction with prospective students
Student Ambassador (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – February 28, 2017
Friendly and productive work environment. Introduction to professional work with the Undergraduate Admissions Office. Lots of interaction with prospective students. Amazing community of fellow student ambassadors.
Financial aid Assistant (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – January 13, 2017
Arriving early to set up office to serve students and [arents concerning Financial aid questions or resolving problems. Set up phones to receive calls and answer questions. Input data into the system to updated documents from the students.
Attend meetings on syggesting ideas on how to improve the service and share troubleshooting techniques when dealing with difficult students or parents.
Document all events of the day and review detail information on the computer system for recent updates.
Helping students or parents that receive financial aid is rewarding and finding scholarship funds for students made my day great.
Helping research free money offered thru scholarships
Administrative Coordinator (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – January 9, 2017
LMU Distribution center provides a great work environment. The job is a continuous learning experience and allows you to grow. The most enjoyable part of the job is the great relationships that have been made.
Conference Assistant (Former Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – August 14, 2016
Very relaxed work environment with straight forward demands. Management was almost non-existent as the longer you worked at Event Operations. Hardest part was getting everyone to get on the same page before the crew would begin working. The job is considerably easy and only got easier with time.
Solid waste handler/Recycling plant operator (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – August 9, 2016
One of the biggest lessons I've learned working at Loyola marymount university is what I get paid every two weeks does not truly represent what I'm actually being compensated. although I would love to get paid more for what I do, the reallity is that my job has giving me so much more in the form of personal growth, understunding how big organizations operate, how to work in teams, how to resolve conflict in a respectfull manner, the importance of giving back and countless other lessons.
Senior Administrative Coordinator (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – August 9, 2016
Depending on which college you work for, the culture is generally good. There is definitely a division between how faculty and staff are treated, though. Very little room for advancement and the pay is below what it should be in Los Angeles. Good work/life balance, but again, this depends on the college you work in.
(Student) Administration assistant secretary (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – April 23, 2016
I worked two positions at Loyola Marymount. I was a student worker in the school's Administration and Payroll department. My typical day consists of answering phones and responding to general questions. I would also file and alphabetize student and staff paperwork. And during the days when my supervisor was out, I would take messages for them. And in the payroll office specifically, I would hand out checks and help students fill out payroll related paperwork.
Research Assistant (Current Employee) – Los Angeles, CA – March 14, 2016
I like my school a lot , though there are defiantly things I get confused about scheduling and class wise and sometimes projects pile up in the end I feel like I'm treated equally and like an adult here and that all of my professors really want to help me and see me succeed. Overall the campus is gorgeous, the facilities are all pretty nice and modern, and the quality of students is very high. LMU is filled with passionate people which makes you want to work harder because everyone here is already so knowledgeable and driven. It's defiantly the kind of place that you won't get bored at, if you want to go out or be apart of things or events theres one pretty much every day being thrown by one of the departments or organizations on campus. I like my school a lot , its defiantly a very happy medium between a small tight knit collage and a bigger more active, connected, and involved university.