Wish I could give zero stars to this employer. The work environment was toxic from the start. Lots of nepotism. It's a real good ol' boys club. If you don't fit the perfect mold, they waste no time in first humiliating you, and then showing you the door.
Collaborative, inclusive environment that focuses heavily on providing students with the tools they need to succeed. Stetson is a great place to work with the only downfall being not much room to grow.
I loved working with the Psychology Department and all of the professors. The hardest part of the job was when there were technical difficulties with our equipment, therefore not allowing myself to complete the task at hand
I worked in Public Safety. They asked alot of us with low pay. The college pushed a liberal agenda instead of letting us do our job. Most of the employees and students that I came into contact with were nice, but you had several that were not pro Public Safety.
To the university you are nothing but a body. There is no room for advancement in most departments and the pay is insulting. Everyone who works hard there gets paid the least, but those who do absolutely nothing make more money than they should. Stetson is a very unfair work environment unless you have children who want to go to school there or if you want to go to school. Otherwise, you're working for pocket change!
In my experience, Stetson treats their student employees well. There can be some days when we're not doing anything and other days where we're running around and extremely busy. I've never felt pushed to work too many hours; they don't want it to affect our academic performance (during the school year we can only work a maximum of 20 hours/week). My managers have always been easy to work with (although I've heard that there are some bad managers in other departments). There are plenty of jobs to be had for students that want to work. As far as jobs go, they're really not that bad. This is just my experience and maybe because I've worked for good departments, but I've never minded working for Stetson.
This job is very useful for a current college student looking to earn some extra money or to find a stable job to help pay tuition. Wonderful bosses and leadership and helpful staff for incoming workers.
Fun position. My typical day at work consisted of teaching for about 30 minutes three times a week. The management and organization was great! The most enjoyable part of my job was seeing results in individuals.
In my working for the academic success center at Stetson university, I have seen the roots of how Stetson feels about education. The focus on efficiency, quality, and availability are immensely helpful to students, and apparent qualities throughout.
I performed the best that I possibly could, and many of the employees complimented me on my work ethic and organizational skills. I was able to work independently with little supervision, and I work best in an environment when I understand what the expectations are.