Assistant to I.D. Card Office Coordinator (Former Employee) – Niagara University, NY – June 17, 2018
Niagara University has provided me with a great education and gave me many opportunities for enriching teaching experiences. There are small class sizes which makes for a more personal classroom environment.
Faculty Fellow (Current Employee) – Niagara University, NY – April 25, 2018
Very difficult to deal with management who were vindictive and cruel. Management did not support faculty. Expectations were not realistic. Academic performances were poor with no standards to raise them. Grades were freely given.
Sports Information Volunteer/Intern (Former Employee) – Niagara University, NY – April 19, 2018
The university is always busy with activity and in the athletic communications department, you are never short on something that can be done. Whether you need to update the athletic website, player bio's or stats, or attend an afternoon game, you will always be learning and growing as an employee.
Orientation Leader (Current Employee) – Lewiston, NY – March 4, 2018
Working as an Orientation Leader is very fun and relaxed. You meet a lot of new people and get to learn great teamwork skills. You bond greatly with the other employees and overall is a great job, I would do it for free easily.
Public Relations Intern (Current Employee) – Lewiston, NY – March 2, 2018
Attend events regularly and write articles that connect the event to the Vincentian values. I learned the value of collaborating with different departments. Management provides clear mentorship without hovering. All employees at Niagara University want to enjoy their day so everyone is happy and wants to make the most out of their relationships. The hardest part of the job was figuring out which events were more important/relevant than others. The most enjoyable part of the job was meeting new people and learning what capabilities I have in PR.
Work/life balance, helpful mentors, make my own schedule, freelance, not overwhelming, good learning atomosphere
Unpaid internship, slow during months with few events
Niagara University Student Health Services (Current Employee) – Lewiston, NY – April 10, 2017
I only worked here as a work study student so I could only work 15 hours a week. However, it is a very enjoyable place to work. My coworkers are great and try to help students to the best of their ability.
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Niagara University, NY – March 1, 2017
Working everyday to influence and support students, as they grow and learn the skills necessary to go out into the workforce, is a very rewarding career. Niagara University not only provides a wonderful education, it provides a life path. Being a Catholic University, NU has the opportunity to educate the spiritual mind as well as the academic mind. It is an honor to be a part of something bigger than oneself. The Administration, Faculty and Staff at NU really believe they can make a difference in our students futures. It a great place to work.
Diversity in student body and clubs on campus. Supportive of all faiths.
Graduate Assistant For Veteran Services (Former Employee) – Niagara University, NY – October 11, 2016
It was an honor to serving as a Mentor and Liaison to all of the Student Veterans. I dedicated the majority of my workday mentoring Student-Veterans adapt to college life and their academic progress. The remanding time was dedicated to ensuring the students received their appropriate benefits from the Veteran Affairs education office. I was in a small office that accommodated three of us. The hardest part of my job was rectifying benefit discrepancies with the VA office.
Assistant Vice President for Marketing (Former Employee) – Niagara University, NY – August 11, 2016
Niagara University was an amazing place to work. Good people, competitive salary and benefits. Actually paid for my daughters college tuition. There was always a chance to learn new things and involve yourself in all aspects of the University.
Laboratory Assistant, Community Service Advisor (Former Employee) – Niagara University, NY – July 4, 2016
Diverse group of projects, each with a great depth and an impassioned group of professors figure heading each and often times seeking out individual projects which promote the skill sets of individual students. A lot of responsibility falls on each student to find the next step their project, helping everyone become a stronger experimenter.