Administrative Assistant/Receptionist (Former Employee) – Brookfield, WI – May 13, 2019
I worked at Herzing for about 2 years before working in my current position at aurora. I was a part of a student based program where I would work while in courses there. I was able to have a good work life balance there all while finishing my degree.
great people to work with, school and work events were fun.
Operations and Finance Exec (Current Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – August 12, 2019
I learned more working for HU in a short period of time than I did in severally previous jobs. Decision autonomy, quick pace, student focus, hiring and developing great people and operational excellence were all experienced in my time at Herzing
Assistant Professor/Program Director (Former Employee) – Minneapolis, MN – August 10, 2019
After creating two academic programs for Herzing and helping them achieve full school accreditation by the North Central Agency of the Higher Learning Commission I was let go to be replaced by two adjuncts who were paid less and given no benefits.
Manager was busy working on a masters degree in her office rather than doing her own job. I had to figure out most questions on my own
Medical Assistant Instructor (Former Employee) – Kenosha, WI – August 5, 2019
This was a very odd work culture-the president hinted at staff meetings that some of the programs were not doing well financially and would eventually close. Total negative impact on morale. There were expectations put on full time faculty to work evenings and weekends for a number of special events. Just a very small, unprofessional atmosphere. Much gossip and back-stabbing amostudents
Full Time Student (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – August 3, 2019
I enjoyed working and going to school in a very education and productive environment. I was able to attend college and interact with students from different countries, and being at Herzing really changed my life for the better because I became more discipline and focused-driven.
Associate Professor (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA 30303 – July 23, 2019
Compensation of Herzing University does is low in comparison to other universities. Cost of living and education should valued. I love to work at Herzing and hope they will increase the pay for all employment.
Associate Professor, Nursing (Current Employee) – Kenosha, WI – April 30, 2019
The faculty are collaborate and work well together across all campuses. Herzing University has multiple campuses and on-line education. There are both full-time faculty and adjunct that work with clinical students.
anonymous (Former Employee) – Menomonee Falls, WI – April 16, 2019
Nice play to start your career. I was grateful for the advancement opportunities. Management encourages you to grow. Compensation was very low in my particular department but it was a great starter job.
The pay for instructors is too low you can make more money working in the field and you are required to have a Bachelors degree and the students are making more money than the instructors. benefits are bad also
Nurse Educator (Current Employee) – Madison, WI – March 19, 2019
I have had so many good opportunities at Herzing. The staff are great and I love all the student interactions. It has been helpful working with students and creating course materials to help them understand the contents of nursing.
Educational Funding Specialist (Former Employee) – Menomonee Falls, WI – February 21, 2019
supporting financial aid counselors, the position is taking phone calls all day mostly from disgruntled students who want to know when they will get their FA stipend or frustrated about FA documents they have to send in but don't understand.
required to work one weekend day, poor training, open office setting