Dining Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – September 16, 2018
I worked under two different managers during my time at USD, and my work experience and expectations were HIGHLY variable. Your direct superior will determine what kind of work environment you will have, so you must be adaptable. However, while there is not a perfect "cookie-cutter" standard in dining services, I did greatly appreciate the flexibility in the hours and the dedication of the managers to ensure everyone's needs were met to the best of their ability. As a student, I was very grateful for that.
Fitness Instructor (Current Employee) – San Diego, CA – August 28, 2018
I enjoy the staff and the students I encounter every day. The students motivate me to come back and provide for them a safe environment in which to Express themselves through dance and fitness. I enjoy helping them create new, long-lasting friendships as well as providing tips for a healthy lifestyle.
Cook prep (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – August 15, 2018
I loved working at this company because I loved working with the customers. However, alot of my coworkers were pretty careless. The supervisor was mainly in the office, so people kind of took advantage of that and did pretty much whatever they wanted. Wasn't really professional. Not the best attitudes from coworkers.
Great place if your significant other makes money to support you
Director (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – August 9, 2018
Overall, I loved working at USD. The university is going through a big change, but the details are unknown. The salary was lower than almost all of my peers across the country. San Diego is a very expensive place to live, so you need to take this into consideration. Parking is awful, so think about that too. Benefits are fantastic, but I'd trade vacation days for a better income.
Clinical Associate Professor (Former Employee) – San Diego, CA – February 28, 2018
Faculty that were established at the institution's school of nursing were not very skilled at mentoring new faculty. Although new faculty shared interest in involvement, little followup communication to "pull" you in the fold. Materials where difficult to receive to excel. Maybe if I had more time there before relocating that would have changed.