Ex'pression College for Digital Arts

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Director of Financial Aid Services

Ex'Pression College Emeryville, CA

The Director of Financial Aid Services is responsible for all student account functions, including student billing; cashiering operations; posting of… CareerBuilder


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Admissions Representative

Ex'Pression College San Jose, CA

Primary point-of-contact for prospective new students Follow-up with all assigned prospect inquiries and student leads as appropriate via telephone… Snagajob


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Ex'pression College for Digital Arts Chief Executive Officer Daniel Levinson
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    Great staff, poor corporate management

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    I have been working at Ex'pression College for Digital Arts full-time (more than 8 years)

    Pros

    The Ex'pression staff and faculty are great - very supportive, fun, helpful, and of creative minds. The campus/facilities are aesthetically impressive and unique. A very "fun" environment to work in. The student body consists of a hodgepodge of artists, freaks, misfits, and seriou students - which is a good thing. Decent number of paid holidays, okay health benefits, decent time-off accrual rate.

    Cons

    Things have changed drastically over the past year. Previous Ex'pression owners and prior executive team members were personally invested in the school and at least appeared to care about the school, it's staff, and the students. However, the school was recently bought by S.A.E. and the entire Executive team was let go, along with many key departments. Now all decisions, approvals, and hirings happen at the corporate level - by people in offices spread across the country (and in some cases, IN another country). This would not be a huge problem if communication and follow-through occurred. However, it now can take weeks or even months to get an answer - and that is after much hounding. All the administrative processes are held up, which in turn affects the functioning of departments. Morale is at an all-time low. Those in higher level management positions who are actually on campus have no decision-making power. Their hands are tied as well.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Hire more on-site managers/executives who actually have the power to make decisions and lead the campus. Company and administrative policies and procedures should be outlined and documented.

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