I worked at Argosy Chicago. The director Sarah forced me out and plays favorites with the admissions staff. I was terminated soon after my father passed as I was trying save my student. She said I was demeaning my student by wishing her luck after my student decided not to start school. Sarah made up excuses to terminate me . I was treated like garbage at the end . I was on PIP and improved greatly but technically not by her standards. What kills me is that Sarah ( director) has only achieved 2 small starts in a year. She is the one underachieving . I can’t believe she still has a job as a director.
Very focused an dedicated people
Answered - Business Department Chair and Associate Professor (Current Employee) - Phoenix, AZ
Typical boiler plate environment
Answered - Assistant Director of Admissions (Former Employee) - Chicago, IL
Friendly staff, managers could be hit or miss. Lots of changes.
Answered - Academic Advisor (Former Employee) - Alameda, CA
Strong micromanagement; low levels honesty, integrity, ethics; excessive telemarketing - told to call same people daily, am and pm - convincing them to apply for expensive, substandard degree programs.
The culture includes students and professors, interested in learning and promoting research that can benefit evidence based research in the counseling field.
Answered - Student Assistant Worker (Current Employee) - Dallas, TX