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Queens College Overview

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Headquarters Flushing, NY
Size 1 to 50 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type College / University
Industry Unknown
Revenue $5 to $10 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

Queens College Reviews

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  • Great Students, Great Faculty, Nice Staff

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    I have been working at Queens College part-time


    Students and Faculty are great; admin staff is helpful. The campus is so pleasant year-round and the buildings and classrooms are for the most part well maintained


    Adjunct limitation of teaching 9 credits or less on 1 campus. The bureaucracy is CUNY and it is huge. It's OK when it works, really bad when it doesn't (one year, Adjuncts were not paid for several months in a row and no one seemed to know how to fix that. Career Opportunities are limited as very few full-time slots ever open up (but that seems to be the rule in all academia...)

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    College Assistant Interview

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    I applied through college or university. I interviewed at Queens College.


    Two people interview you and each ask different questions and asked if you have any questions in the end. I just asked about the union they had since they explain their Union that they have. The only real perks for this job is they five you health benefits.

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    • Where do I see myself in five years, my weaknesses, a difficult situation I had encountered. It was a least 10 minutes. Felt they asked some questions that were kind of obvious since I was a student there so I knew how to use the programs. They took forever 3 weeks after to just leave a voice mail saying you did not get the job but impressed by your skills, like ok really that's all your going to say.   Answer Question

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