This was no doubt the absolute worst place I have ever worked. The amount of work they give you and the compensation are far mismatched. I was an adjunct professor for undergraduate, graduate, and dissertations. They paid $200 per dissertation (most schools pay $500). They had students enroll in classes on a rolling basis, so you may start a class each week. Each of your students will have a different schedule. Students want to call you, maybe an hour a week. If a student requests an extension, NCU will no doubt side with the student if you don't award it. For classes, you will get paid $10 per week! If that! When the 14-week class ends, they give you a $50 or less bonus. I have NO idea how they could ever get an actual, legit, professional to work for these crumbs. I would never recommend someone attend this school because any PhD who is willing to work for those wages must not be able to find any other jobs. They also micromanage, as if you had a bachelor's degree and are teaching high school. Do NOT waste your time going through their training (which you don't get paid for, by the way). I wasted too much time with them. Don't make the same mistake.
micromanagement, unfair wages, trainings required with no pay