SUNY Morrisville College of Ag & Tech
SUNY Morrisville College of Ag & Tech Reviews
Pros – Compensation is based of the state system so it is fair.
Cons – Being a two year school your student staff is always turning over.
Advice to Senior Management – More training for young staff. This is a difficult college to work at and the staff could use more training
Pros – There are a lot of opportunities in the SUNY system to transfer to teach at an excellent four-year college or graduate scool. Also, many of the students here are underprepared in high school, so you can really make a measurable difference in their lives. No better feeling in the world.
Cons – The administration here is all about numbers. More students equals more revenue. If an at-risk student gets below a 1.0 and makes no effort, they keep them until their aid and/or loans are maxed out. If they have no chance at succeeding, but can play football, or basketball, let's keep them on academic probation until they get so frustrated they end up in front of the student judicial board, or worse.
Advice to Senior Management – The administration should give up the bonuses the college foundation is giving them unless they agree to be measured themselves by their performance. Stop hiring cousins of politicians, or spouses of current employees without a search.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend
Pros – You can teach with a relatively high level of academic freedom.
Cons – No financial support for programs.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend – I'm not optimistic about the outlook for this company