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I have been working at University of Georgia part-time (More than 3 years)RecommendsNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEORecommendsNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO
Geography Department front office staff are wonderful! Library resources extremely helpful, with ability to access from anywhere, at any time. Campus bus makes it easy to get around on campus or downtown for lunch.
Tuition is only $25 for grad assistant, but fees continue to increase each year and currently around $900 semester. Not all grad assistant get paid the same; when first being accepted to department you might have some ability to negotiate.
Advice to Management
Campus organizations applying for student activities fees should be allowed to use this to defray group travel costs to professional meetings to present their work.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through college or university. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at University of Georgia (Athens, GA).
The interview process began with a phone interview then proceeded to an on campus interview. The process was very structured and very well organized. My experience was amazing and everyone was very helpful. Everyone I spoke to seemed very positive and welcoming with the exception of one person. It seemed there was some internal conflict around the type of candidates being considered. Despite this, I think I was given a fair chance to show that I was a good fit. The entire process took about a month once I was contacted and about 2 months from when I applied.
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Located in the quintessential college town of Athens, The University of Georgia (UGA) offers a wide range of degree programs nearly 35,000 students. Forest resources, veterinary medicine, and law are a few of the school's academic offerings. UGA administers the prestigious Peabody Awards, which honors media achievements, and boasts one of the nation's largest map collections. Famous alumni include former US Senator Phil Gramm, TV journalist Deborah Norville, and former PBS president Pat Mitchell. Nearly 80% of the university's students are from the Peach ...