Data Entry (Former Employee) – Wheeling, IL – March 6, 2018
National Louis University was a great place to work. They are a team building company with a great support from management. They have a management program they will put their employees in to help build their careers.
Adjunct Professor (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – January 18, 2018
The most entitled group of students I have ever taught in my life. A group of students so soft that they can not take the slightest sliver of criticism. Every complaint is taken to multiple levels regardless of how frivolous. Ie a student that did not turn in half of the assignments will appeal their grade and get ready for weeks of emails and nonsense. Not that any adjunct jobs pay well, they manage to pay less. Disappointing job.
Graduate Assistant (Enrollment Department (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – January 11, 2018
A typical day at NLU is very relaxed and productive. Every day you get to learn something new from other leaders as they serve as your mentors. The management is helpful most of the time. The culture is quite diversified that welcomes students and staff from all backgrounds. The hardest part of the job would be advancing within the company in terms of position. The most enjoyable part of the job is the people.
Health Services Office Assistant (Former Employee) – Evanston, IL – December 21, 2017
I have how to deal with solving problems, working at the university when i did, it show me how to be respectful to every one , especially people with disabilities. The university help children who could not afford to pay.
Graduate Assistant (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – November 27, 2017
At National Louis, a typical day at work is very relaxed, calm as well as productive at the same time. You get to meet people from diverse backgrounds every day that gives you the importance and acknowledgment of diversity in this generation.
Reading and Writing Specialist (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – October 18, 2017
Everything I've learned about the scheduling and culture here is so rigid. Their mission statement/values and passion for what they're doing is admirable, but I don't think they're living up to the potential of what they're trying to do by having everything so rigid.
Associate Registrar (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – August 23, 2017
National Louis University is a great place to work. I learned a great deal and students are always their #1 goal. The most enjoyable part of the job is working with students and ensure their success at National Louis University.
Good place to learn, but that is it. It offers no further opportunities.
Director (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – July 3, 2017
NLU is a good place to learn, but not a place to move further in your career. They usually are short on staff and give you the work of two or three people. Even though you might be stellar in your job and performance, your work is not recognized by the leadership.
Office Assistant (Former Employee) – 122 S Michigan ave – June 22, 2017
A typical day work at NLU is working on excel spreadsheet, editing & correcting document in also doing check request in the purchase request. Ending with a meeting at the end of the week about the progress that has been made for the company.
little investment in staff in general-no investment in long-serving staff
Work Horse (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – June 20, 2017
this space will not allow for a fully-detailed description of all that is wrong at NLU, so I will bullet-point a few of the major issues in order of importance:
Favors revenue over quality education Clueless in terms of trends in education Dictatorial leadership Questionable/unethical HR Department Lack of transparency Poor/unskilled management staff Noncompetitive salaries Unsympathetic about staff morale Nepotism/favoritism
Faculty/Residence Manager (Former Employee) – Skokie, IL – February 27, 2017
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Inter Adjunct Professor (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – February 13, 2017
My day at work was teaching English Composition 2 to college students. I've learn that some of my students needed a lot of help writing. Management was helpful and assisted me when I needed it. The culture of the workplace was different than when I worked at the Grammar School level, I like college better. The hardest part of the job is failing a student, but the best part is when they pass my class.
Student Finance Assistant (Former Employee) – Wheeling, IL – December 7, 2016
I held 4 different positions at this company, From the Mail Room to the my Final position which was a Student Finance Assistant. I liked everybody I worked with. Very nice management. Was part of a 60-90 person layoff in 2011 when the bottom dropped out of Universities.