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Rasmussen College Overview

Bloomington, MN
1001 to 5000 employees
1900
College / University
Education
$50 to $100 million (USD) per year
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Rasmussen College is a regionally accredited private college and Public Benefit Corporation that is dedicated to changing lives through high-demand educational programs and public service. Rasmussen College offers Certificate and Diploma programs through ... Read more

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    Former Employee - Student in Twin Lakes, WI
    Former Employee - Student in Twin Lakes, WI
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    I worked at Rasmussen College full-time (Less than a year)

    Pros

    great learning experience being a student

    Cons

    had to learn how to navigate the online courses the hard way

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Rasmussen College Interviews

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    Academic Advisor Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in New Port Richey, FL
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    Application

    I applied online. I interviewed at Rasmussen College (New Port Richey, FL) in May 2017.

    Interview

    Lengthy and inefficient . They had me interview with a recruiter over the phone, then I interviewed with the director over the phone, then I interviewed with the manager over the phone. I get an email from the recruiter saying that they had "great things to say about me" and wanted to do in person interviews. I was also scheduled for another phone interview with the head of academic advising.
     I go for an in person interview. This interview is with the AA manager and other advisors. Many of the questions were repeated from interviews before. Afterwards, I find out I have another in person interview with the director and the same AA manager so I head across the hallway to have an interview with them. A few hours later I received a call from the head of Academic Advising. After the last interview I felt the process to be inefficient. I was also thrown off by the amount of questions relating to how I would get along with someone not pulling their weight or hard to get along with (do they have a problem there?), and based on the questions that were asked by the director, I have a suspicion that this school focuses more on numbers and retention than the students best interest at heart. It's a private school, so I wasn't too surprised. I ended up not completing my background check, as I had already decided that this was not the right fit for me. Nevertheless, I did receive an email saying that they had to narrow down the candidates and I was not part of the cut. If I had been part of that group I wonder how many more interviews would have been involved.

    Interview Questions

    • They kept asking about how I deal with people I don't get along with, in various ways   Answer Question
    • What resources would you use to retain students?   Answer Question
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