My work at FNU was an experience in which I could learn other skills, my dissatisfaction was because in this position I did not have any expectation of job growth, neither in salary and career within the University.
I enjoy working as a Library Clerk at the university helping students and staff. I'm also a student and have had the pleasure to know my professor on a personal level as well as administration. I ;m very fortunate to have a great supervisor who ultimately cares and is thoughtful. However, I need to get a fulltime job with benefit and my current position doesn't offer those benefits.
Adjunct Professor-Face-to-face and online (Former Employee) – Hialeah, FL – January 27, 2018
The university provided classes, mainly to Latinos (and Europeans) from different countries whom many were professionals and well qualified but needed to receive a USA degree in order to be accredited and find a better-paying position... The professors were also asked to support the university as counselors in advising students academically and professionally.
I was very pleased with certain aspects of my job, such as helping others and interacting with students. However, the demanding and highly stressful nature of working at that institution ultimately drained me.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Miami, FL – September 24, 2017
I was here seasonal and I gained some experience and the work place was great and the mangers. Some employees wanted to back stab you. Some other I do t know how they still worked there. They were on their phone playing candy crush. It was not my problem but I thought it was unprofessional.
Financial Aid Assistant (Former Employee) – Miami, FL – August 16, 2017
s not the best place to work, there are no good benefits, the salary is very low. Supervisors are not well trained. They demand a lot from Financial aid, but they try to enroll students without the necessary requirements
No STABILITY what so ever. The dean of the school is a Horrible. It's a horrible place to work because of the family members that work there. If you are not Cuban forget about it. Mostly Cuban dominated other nationality make up at least 5% or less of the population in the school which raises a red flag no diversity at all.
Full time student (Former Employee) – South Campus Miami – July 15, 2017
Florida national University Has been my University for the last 3 years the professors an students conforming a very big family at this school that is a great opportunity of grow and thrive for immigrants people here in Our community.
Obtain a Professional Career with an excellent preparation
Very hard program of study that require expend long hours of individual study to pass.
Very family oriented work environment but very competitive and extremely sales (Student enrollments) driven. Provides Good customer service in order to help to the each current and potential student. Personally I always worked closely on and off campus with students to help them identify and determine their educational and career goals. Recruit, inform, conduct interviews and enroll prospective students in the programs available at the University along with marketing and representing at several events throughout South Florida.
Too competitive instead of team work, healthcare not ideal
Professor (Current Employee) – Hialeah, FL – May 22, 2017
Great place to work at. It is a student centered institution, where everyone is interested in working for the benefit of the student. It is also a fun place to work, with student services always doing things for the entertainment of students and faculty.