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Oklahoma City University President Robert Henry
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    This university will consistently short-change and break faith with employees.

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    Current Employee - Associate Professor  in  Oklahoma City, OK
    Current Employee - Associate Professor in Oklahoma City, OK

    I have been working at Oklahoma City University as a contractor for more than 5 years

    Pros

    Good students, mostly a collegial work environment.

    Cons

    No cost of living raises, which means you are basically paid less the longer you stay. If you work hard and grow a program, there are never resources available to scale up, so you just have to work over-time, or watch your work go to waste. Benefits for all employees are sometimes retracted mid-year. The budget is so much in flux that you never know where you will be in a month. Employees will pay a very heavy price for the new downtown law school, which is not adequately financed.

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    The strategic planning process here is deeply flawed. The trustees and administrators approve large capital expenditures for projects that have little relation to growing the university or recruiting students (and do not finance these projects in a sound way). As a result, there are never resources for programs that actually have potential to grow. There needs to be a focus on providing staffing needed for core programs, and providing people with the incentives that would make them want to stay and work hard. Stop blaming outside factors and learn from past mistakes.

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