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    Very professional. Great people. Excellent school


    Parking can be a problem. They are working on it.

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    Graduate Assistant Interview

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    Accepted Offer
    Positive Experience
    Average Interview


    I applied online. I interviewed at The Citadel.


    I met with my supervisor, was encouraged to apply online, and submitted the application along with my resume/curriculum vitae. I was contacted by a few different departments and accepted interviews for three of those departments. Each interview had a similar structure although various departments were looking for different skills and work from a Graduate Assistant. I met with my (now) direct supervisor and the interview was very conversational. This job happened to be with the same department as my Master's degree, so after this interview and job offer, I rejected the other two department offers. I have been very happy with my decision.

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Headquarters Charleston, SC
Size 501 to 1000 Employees
Founded 1842
Type College / University
Industry Education
Revenue $50 to $100 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

A state-supported military college, The Citadel traces its roots back to the 1842 founding of the South Carolina Military Academy. Today's Citadel enrolls about 2,000 undergraduate cadets who reside on the campus barracks. Cadets are given military and academic instruction in addition to physical training and a strict disciplinary regime; about a third of all graduates continue on to military careers.The Citadel enrolls another 1,000 civilian graduate and undergraduate students, who attend evening classes. The institution has schools in business, education ... More

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