Visiting Lecturer (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – December 15, 2014
The school has no interest in excellence. It accepts students that can't get in anywhere else. Management was clueless as to what the dept. directors were doing. My director was absent at least one to two days a week. Three days a week, faculty and students are required to go to chapel. The spoken message was okay, but the mediocre bands playing loudly were more than ears should have to hear.
The one thing I liked was the cafeteria. The food was excellent and well priced. It was nice to eat lunch and get to know the students.
CAGS Student Services Graduation Coach (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – February 27, 2014
The administration lacks the ability to see the goal long term. They also have zero ability to communicate effectively. Problems that exist within leadership are always the result of someone else, and leadership has zero sense of responsibility for the mistakes they and their staff make.
three extra hours every week to work out
zero chance for advancement, impossible goals, ridiculously low pay, and so much more
Stress free environment with many great personalities.
Assesment Network Manager (Current Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – February 27, 2012
Promotes God, Church and Family to young adults who are trying to find their place in the work and learn who they are simultaneously. Weekly chapel twice a week provides the ability to provide a strong foundation for those daily obstacles and trials that are sure to come.