"Working as a work study at any university is a rewarding and fulfilling situation to be in. I would recommend jobs of the nature to anyone in an educational environment. They will work with your schedule and provide enough time outside of your schedule to complete your additional work."
"I worked with CTU for one year. It is interesting if you are into sales. They say it is not sales, but you are speaking to perspective students who are not sure about education. You call and almost harass people due to the pressures from your bosses and you are often speaking to people who have no clue if they really want to go to school. Your job is to be compelling enough to enroll often times to people who can't afford school or have no idea what they really want to do. Not an easy job but interesting view on a sales position. Good for people who have never worked in a corporation. Let's them know there is something better out in the real world."
"Since joining the University I have made significant improvements to my department, and my voice carries significant weight for change within the university."
"I worked for CTU in 2010 in financial aid and found it to be more of a numbers game instead of quality for students."
"I worked for CTU for 5 years and while I loved the work (helping people) I found that the management while most were promoted from within didn't obtain proper training and had no idea how to lead a team. The technology was great however the training on the tech was non-existent. The CEO's and VP's have been changed so often there might as well be a revolving door on the offices."
What do you like about working at Colorado Technical University?
"dynamic, evoling, challenging environment, opportunities to innovate and improve process"
Do you have any tips for others interviewing with this company?
"This really depends on the department/position you would be applying for."
What don't you like about working at Colorado Technical University?
"lagging technology prevents true innovation and process improvement. continuous re-organization and high management/leadership turn-over"
What suggestions do you have for management?
"spend more resources on training and hiring experienced data analysts to leverage the vast amounts of information generated through our systems."
"This is a great place to get your foot in the door for proprietary education."
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