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    Former Contractor - Adjunct in New Orleans, LA
    Former Contractor - Adjunct in New Orleans, LA

    I worked at Dillard University as a contractor (more than a year)


    Positive work environment with very helpful staff. Independence in course curriculum allows faculty to engage students in areas of expertise. Historical university with great connections to local community. Strong engagement opportunities for the students.


    lacks any benefits for part time staff

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    keep up the good work with office, professor and student moral

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Dillard University Interviews

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    Adjunct Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in New Orleans, LA
    Anonymous Interview Candidate in New Orleans, LA
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    I applied through college or university – interviewed at Dillard University.

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    Interview with HR, professional and thorough

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    no negotiation available for contract. Per class set rate.
    Accepted Offer
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Website www.dillard.edu
Headquarters New Orleans, LA
Size 150 to 499 Employees
Founded 1930
Type College / University
Industry Education
Revenue $25 to $50 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

Dillard University is diligent about providing a quality liberal arts education for its students. The historically black institution is named after James Hardy Dillard, the former president of Tulane University, who played a role in the education of African Americans in the South. The New Orleans-based university enrolls some 850 students. Enrollment fell in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, which flooded the university in 2005. The damage forced Dillard to suspend operations for a semester and lay off staff and faculty. The university resumed operations at a temporary campus... More

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