Head Librarian (Former Employee) – Idaho Falls, ID – October 24, 2017
The faculty and others who serve students are great, the management is often lacking. If you work for them, be aware that though this school does provide a great education, it does not have the best reputation in the realm of higher education.
Financial Aid Planner (Current Employee) – Utah – July 17, 2017
The work environment is relaxed and low stress. Pay is great but benefits are lacking. Great job if you don't care for raises or career advancement. Other than high healthcare and no advancement it is a great job with annual training in Las Vegas. The most basic part of the job is helping potential students complete the FAFSA application.
Manager of Student Services (Former Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – July 1, 2017
Unrealistic exceptions of employees. Students pay way too much money for the degrees that cannot deliver jobs to pay back their loans. This is a greedy organization, for profit educational institution.
Lab/Clinical Coordinator (Former Employee) – Ogden, UT – June 24, 2017
set up lab clinical, set up clinicals for students, keeping track of required documents, be creative of lab settings and lessons, setup preceptors, help with fundamentals. learned how to create and maintain lab. learned how to use manikins to help with learning atmosphere. Management for the department totally awesome and great, but they have someone different, and she is not as great as the previous manager. CEO is money hungry, the CEO doesn't care about the students. The CEO, has made this program not accredited. The CEO is unable to keep good staff, difficult to work for, and expects more, but doesn't understand the program itself. Workplace culture, departments are very nice to each other Hardest part was being let go due to CEO inability to keep good staff. Most enjoyable, students, staff, and manager of department
Financial Planner (Former Employee) – Murray, UT – April 29, 2017
Day to day duties including introducing students to the Federal Financial Aid programs, completing necessary documents to receive Federal Financial Aid. Negotiating and overcoming objections and resolving any conflicting information in file. Company made every effort to recognize accomplishments and reward met goals with fun activities and outings.
Positive environment, recognition for accomplishments
Dean (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – April 13, 2017
Overall, the college is amazing. Especially seeing the lives of students change for the better. Getting blamed for things that happened years before you started working there takes away a lot of the pluses.
Bookroom Manager (Former Employee) – Murray, UT – May 16, 2016
Great people to work with. I learned more about time management as well as self-direction as I was the only person in the bookroom. My direct managers were great to work with and in some cases worked hard to ensure my position lasted as long as it did. The hardest part of the job was getting everyone to follow and expect the same rules but once the rules were being enforced they learned and respected them. I liked being able to have a fair amount of control in my job. As the only person in the building who knew what the bookroom entailed, I was given the freedom to run it in the smoothest way I could find
Registrar (Current Employee) – Boise, ID – February 16, 2016
I have learned so much at Stevens-Henager College as the Registrar for both the Boise and Nampa locations. My customer service skills have improved vastly, as have my skills in data integrity and office management. I had the opportunity to supervise two different employees, and took much away from that experience. My analytical and strategic mind has thrived in this position. My direct supervisor has mentored me professionally, and I can say with absolutely certainty that I have developed into the type of employee that any organization would want on their team.
Flexible work schedule (within reason). Incredible office team.
Lead OB Instructor (Former Employee) – Ogden, UT – November 4, 2015
This would be a better place to work if students and staff were not seen as a means to an end, money. Students are great! Other faculty are great! But management seems to have the mindset that people are expendable and replaceable. Even agreements made during the hiring process were later denied. It was not a psychologically safe place to work.
Full-time Instructor / Associate Dean (Former Employee) – Saint George, UT – June 18, 2015
The St. George, UT campus was a wonderful place to work. I miss it a great deal, but I am happy I where I am. The coworkers were wonderful and very helpful. If you need something, and ask, they will help.
This is a very productive and fun workplace. Management knows how to have fun but get work done.
Admissions Consultant (Current Employee) – Saint George, UT – June 10, 2015
I really enjoy working here. This company does a good job of letting employees manage themselves. They expect results and hold you accountable and are very professional. They are all about honest and doing things rights. They will bend over backwards to make sure their students are happy and taken care of.
Flexible, great environment
Healthcare could be better. Not many chances for advancement
Instructional Designer / Online Instructor (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – February 4, 2015
Progressive college for students, not great for adjunct instructors. This might improve in the future with a realization that instructors with master's degrees are professionals with a degree that is a respected terminal degree in most industries. Adjuncts are not admin support and managing them does suddenly negate their knowledge in the specializations they paid thousands of dollars at the very institutions to acquire. It is amazing that when a person is buying a master's degree it is so expensive and when we are selling it is so greatly devalued. Most Universities and colleges have this problematic view these days however.