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Post University Faculty Associate Reviews

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    "This isn't good"

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    Current Employee - Associate Faculty in Waterbury, CT
    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook

    I have been working at Post University part-time for more than 10 years

    Pros

    Flexibility. There is little supervision.

    Cons

    Compensation well below market average. The technology used by the organization is old and almost obsolete. No bonuses, no incentives.

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    Post University2019-02-08

    Post University Response

    March 20, 2019Chief Experience Officer

    I encourage you to connect with your Program Chair as several of your concerns have been addressed recently. We are investing heavily in new technologies across the university and although our compensation is very competitive, we did recently increase the compensation for Associate Faculty who have been teaching with us for more than a year.

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    "Don't waste your time here."

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    Current Employee - Faculty Associate in Waterbury, CT
    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook

    I have been working at Post University part-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    Beautiful campus in New England.

    Cons

    Management constantly changes expectations. Students are not prepared to take classes but Post takes thier tuition dollars anyway. When applying for other teaching jobs other colleges do not take the experience at Post seriously.

    Post University2017-08-25

    Post University Response

    August 28, 2017Marketing

    Thank you for your comments regarding Post University. We share each and every review with Post’s Leadership Team, as we are an organization which thrives on constant improvement. Our vision to create a highly personalized experience for our students means we are an organization “on the move.” While most of us at Post embrace change and find it exhilarating, we understand that others may find change challenging, especially when the reason for the change is not clear. We encourage you to reach out to your Program Chair or Dean to better understand the reasons for the changes to expectations for Associate Faculty. We are confident - once you understand the intention behind the expectations - you, too, will embrace them. It is extremely important to note that the vast majority of Post students are prepared for their chosen programs, and thousands graduate each year and succeed at achieving their career goals because of their dedicated academic work at Post. There are also students that need additional support or guidance from us and that is what we are also here to provide. This support and guidance takes on many forms such as tutoring, sharing local resources that can assist with financial challenges or some kind words of encouragement. As one of our long-term Associate Faculty said recently, “If someone teaching cannot be devoted to the student and not to the subject they don't belong in the classroom whether in person or virtual.” Our obligation is to prepare our students not just for their future careers, but also for the person they are becoming. This requires us to think beyond the content we are delivering and focus on the individual, first and foremost. If you have identified students that may need additional assistance, please reach out to your Program Chair. They will help you and the student assess the issue and connect the student to the appropriate resources that can help them achieve their goal of an education. We are also proud of the great career moves former Post Associates and Faculty have made once they leave the university. We witness associate faculty moving on to advanced positions at other institutions, administrators taking on leadership roles in other fields, and many other career advancements made due to experience gained while employed at Post. If you are experiencing a specific challenge, we encourage you to reach out to your Program Chair or the Associate Experience Team for assistance. Just as you are expected to be there for our students, we are there for you!

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  3. Helpful (8)

    "Unprofessional Environment"

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    Associate Faculty 
    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook

    I worked at Post University for more than 3 years

    Pros

    They are attempting to enroll more competent students.

    Cons

    Very unprofessional towards associate faculty members. Associate faculty members are asked to take an unpaid training, no matter their background or teaching experience. Training is run by another office not associated with teaching whatsoever. Frustrating to work with them. Should be able to be chosen by department chair to teach, not by another office. Associate faculty members should feel more included in the school and be respected for their achievements.

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    Post University2016-09-10

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