Student Support/Admissions Officer (Former Employee) – Newport News, VA – January 12, 2016
While this was a wonderful job opportunity right out of college it quickly proved to be all about the numbers game. While I understand that its a for-profit university and to continue new students and current students must register, I was not okay with letting my ethics take a back seat.
ADMISSIONS COORDINATOR (Former Employee) – Roswell, GA – December 17, 2015
Great office work experience, Academic and Admissions staff are team builders. Management are numbers driven to the point it steals from their integrity and interpersonal skills. They lack well rounded management skills... a little too clique-ish for my professional preference. Stepping stone opportunity.
Return to Title Four Specialist (Current Employee) – Vienna, VA – December 14, 2015
Working there overall is been a good experience for me and I was able to grow and show my potentials in some aspects. My co workers are friendly and smart however I believe that it is time for me to experience different fields.
ADJUNCT PROFESSOR OF PSYCHOLOGY (Current Employee) – Austin, TX – December 9, 2015
Great company to work for! The support staff and training are excellent! The hours are great. The academic programs are well developed and integrated with Black Board - very easy to use and the support staff/leadership is very astute and professional!
We operate as a family where support and advancement are plentiful. Management leads with complete disclosure and positive motivation. While the day is full, it is comforting working with people who support one another, regardless of 'numbers'.
Upwardly mobile institution committed to educating.
Business Office Manager (Former Employee) – Alabama – November 13, 2015
Overall, Strayer was a pretty descent place to work at. I loved helping students who wanted to help themselves get to the next level and exceed their own expectations. The product is great and easy to stand behind. Strayer was okay when it came to work life balance. The compensation and benefits are excellent! The opportunity for job advancement is there if you're willing to relocate and advancement is the same...if you're willing to relocate. Management is okay but redefining corporate structure is necessary. For the most part, working with peers was absolutely great...85% of it was wonderful! My direct management was incredible. But the corporate structure sometimes made it hard for departments to coexist, especially at the campus level. However, its an awesome hands on learning opportunity if you seek a challenge in personal growth when it comes to dealing with difficult one off situations.
Overall, I loved working there!
Benefits, compensation, hands on experience with managing personalities
Admissions Coordinator (Former Employee) – NEWARK DE – October 14, 2015
A nice work place with supportive co-workers. The most enjoyable part of my job was talking to the students and reminiscing about when they first came to the school and how scared they were and now they are getting ready to graduate..
Campus Coordinator (Former Employee) – Birmingham, AL – September 17, 2015
I learned a great deal about management at Arby's in Talladega. I was a shift manager, so I was able to have full control of my staff. We enjoyed work and worked hard as well. It was here that I learned about time management and how important it is, especially when its time to close and you're ready to go home!
Adjunct Faculty (Current Employee) – Salt Lake City, UT – September 11, 2015
Its not about educating the individual, its about putting forth a preset curriculum that does not encourage critical thinking. Tests are online and open book. All the students have to do is hit CRT F to find the answers. Students get passed even though they do not know how to form a thesis. The classes are structured to have the student pass not learn.
not about education, getting hold of superiors is impossible