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Austin, TX
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Texas Health and Science University Reviews

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    "Be tough to stand your ground, not lose your joy and hope you don't get fired before finding your next job."

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    Current Employee - Admissions in San Antonio, TX
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    I have been working at Texas Health and Science University full-time (Less than a year)

    Pros

    Employees are the best people to work with. It's a new facility. You have the opportunity to talk to the patients who come in for Acupuncture treatment and each have wonderful testimonies how the treatments have help them.

    Cons

    President is difficult to work with has cameras set up to watch employees work and will call you if you are not in your seat. She has trust issues with her employees. Leads are low to call on potential students. Classes are held in The University of Incarnate Word and treats THSU staff like unwanted guest. Interview for one position and before long you three or four different hats but get paid as one. Pay checks are not direct deposit but hand sign and sent from Austin main campus. Sometimes paycheck might be a few days before arriving to San Antonio.

    Advice to Management

    Trust the people in whom you have interviewed personally to do the job and spend more time in San Antonio making this campus a success. Hire a marketing agency to do your marketing for you rather than guessing how to best promote the college. Invest in your people thru training, hire more staff to do the job. The school needs its own brick and mortar facility to keep our students together and keep that quality of service at its highest.

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    Admissions Interview

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    Application

    I applied online. The process took 5+ weeks. I interviewed at Texas Health and Science University in July 2016.

    Interview

    Prior to interview you must provide a credit check.

    1st part is a short tour.
    2nd part is an exam (in the library) - exam is mostly math questions. It can be worded excessively and try to confuse you. Just take a breath and eliminate the excess/garbage. A couple of open ended questions. A few multiple choices and fill in the blanks (so math has to be accurate). Then there is a computer assessment this test your Microsoft word formatting skills. You have to duplicate a form exactly and print it out for the test. Long test about 25 questions (1hr. for you want to double check your work and make sure you are accurate with your computer formats). They grade your test in front of you. I got a 100%, but I took my time!

    3rd part is a pre-interview some staff members ask you what you have to offer.

    4th part the president/owner interviews you.

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