Office Assistant (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – May 21, 2018
Working with the Sociology and Anthropology Department has been great. It has truly been one of my most memorable work experiences thus far. I truly learned a lot working with the faculty and staff in the office.
Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – May 16, 2018
I love working at TCU. The atmosphere and people who work here are amazing. The pay is awesome for my position and the benefits are the best I've had. There are very few opportunities to advance in my current position because there is very little turnover here, but I love it here too much to leave.
Great Benefits. 1 hour lunch. Great Recreation Center for small membership fee.
Location is not immediately off of a freeway, not a lot of turnover so advancement opportunities do not happen often.
Graduate Assistant and Coach TCU Beach Volleyball (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – May 14, 2018
I was a graduate assistant and coach for the Texas Christian University beach volleyball program whilst earning my Master's Degree. It was fun to work with a team and to strive for successful goals as a program. I very much enjoyed getting to know the players as well as the staff at the university!
Security Guard (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – March 15, 2018
I was there to greet the public. I also enforced parking. The workplace culture was pretty laid back. We were the eyes and ears of the campus. We aissited in move in at the begininning of the year and move out at the end of the year.
TCU University Advancement Representative (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – February 12, 2018
you typical call center for a university. We cold called people to ask them for money. It was fun tho because the people who you worked with were fun and relaxed people. Also once you got good at the call script, you could do other tasks as well.
Environmental Graphics Designer (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – February 3, 2018
A productive time a creative time to be a graphics designer and to manage the inner workings of an in house sign shop. Culture was very upbeat, I would have to say the hard part of the job was to leave.But the most enjoyable part was all the workers and students. And of course all the management.
Lead 300 students through orientation (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – January 24, 2018
I learned that TCU offers a great place to work if you are willing to work within a rigid system. There is little room for understanding when your actions do not reflect their protocols, policies, or base framework in service (rolling out the purple carpet). Ineffective employment recruitment in that most if not all employed students think similarly. Lack of perspective and diversity stifles staff development and critical thinking.
Free Housing and food.
Too many people who do not effectively think on their own.
Researcher (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – October 21, 2017
Certainly, you have to be productive in this place. Like you do at any higher ed institution. But this place has a lot of money to throw at things that might or might not deserve them. It's good and bad.
Intern Strenth and Conditioning (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – October 15, 2017
While at TCU, the foundation was set for my career. I studied there for my bachelors degree and went back for my masters. While there I was able to study under the Master Strength coach and learn the fundamentals of Strength and conditioning.