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Updated June 15, 2014
Updated June 15, 2014
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    Great place

    Former Employee - Senior ADA
    Former Employee - Senior ADA

    I worked at Ross University full-time for more than 5 years


    Flexible, good place to work


    Lack of communication from executives

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I worked at Ross University as a contractor


    When I was there, Ross U was wealthy enough to hire an army of temps and contractors, as well as supply water coolers, a Keurig brewer, and the occasional catered lunch. Even if you're only a temp, Ross will treat you as well as their regular employees and help you blend in. Many of the temps or contractors are eventually offered full-time positions if they stay long enough. The culture is very laid-back.


    With all the growth and increased staffing, the office felt crowded at times. The cubicles and conference rooms always felt a bit cramped to me. The temps and contractors are there because the regular staff is often overworked. Expect to deal with some screeching hens and the smell of everyone's lunches around noon. The location is also a bit inconvenient: arriving and leaving via entrance/exit ramps on Rt 1 is a bit of a hassle, especially during construction or rough weather. Also, since Ross is part of DeVry, expect all the pros and cons that come with being part of a publicly-traded for-profit university.


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