Senior Media Specialist and Adjunct Professor (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – July 11, 2017
As one of the oldest HBCUs in the United States, Morgan State University continues the tradition of giving their best effort in providing education that is competitive and significant for all their students. Being an integral part of their expansion and upgrade process during the 2003 through 2008 renaissance, I have witness first hand Morgan State's commitment to forward thinking and state of the art technologies.
Helping Students learn and seeing their receptiveness
Housekeeper (Current Employee) – 1700 coldspring lane – June 22, 2017
Very nice place to work people are friendly just looking to better myself with a better opportunity the work not hard I been doing floors here for the last 12 years and I enjoy it but just looking for a part time job for more cash stability
I really have nothing bad to say about morgan state
Assistant Coach (Current Employee) – Maryland – May 26, 2017
A typical work day includes getting to work before practice time, and ensuring that all my equipment are in place before my athletes arrive for training. I have learned that management of a group affects the performance of that group. At Morgan the workplace culture is to not always dress and look like a coach, but to present oneself in a professional manner off the field. The hardest part of the job is investing time and effort into an athlete who does not see their potential and treat practice flippantly. The most enjoyable part of my job is being at a track meet and seeing my athlete progress from the knowledge I impart to them.
Easy to work in environment Mangers handle pressuring situations with composer Always fun interacting with customers and meeting their needs I would recommend this job to anyone looking for work study jobs in college. It was very informal and an overall good experience.
Manager (Former Employee) – Baltimore, MD – March 30, 2017
There are many things about Morgan that work for the individual and the institution- modernization and systems processes are going on at a fast and productive pace, innovative ideas in the sciences and technology are welcomed, and the campus is a beautiful and friendly environment.
The down-side is the cronyism and lack of accountability/transparency that allows lots of things to fall through the cracks or protects bad players while hard workers carry the load.