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Stevens-Henager College Admissions Representative Reviews

Updated Aug 14, 2017

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  1. Helpful (2)

    "Admissions"

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      Current Employee - Admissions Representative in Salt Lake City, UT
      Recommends
      Negative Outlook

      I have been working at Stevens-Henager College full-time for more than a year

      Pros

      Great starting pay for new admissions people, fairly flexible schedule, free tuition after 1 year

      Cons

      No pay raises, inconsistent management, faculty needs some work

      Advice to Management

      Have yearly reviews for employees with the potential for raises. Without them, people don't feel motivated to improve. Spend more time and money on improving the faculty.

      Stevens-Henager College2016-05-31
    • Helpful (4)

      "Never Again"

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      Former Employee - Admissions Representative 
      Doesn't Recommend
      Negative Outlook
      Disapproves of CEO

      I worked at Stevens-Henager College full-time for less than a year

      Pros

      Decent Coffee, Good Co-Workers, Some Nice benefits

      Cons

      Strict policies in place towards employees regarding sick time and leave, Predatory work environment, Predatory For-Profit college, Lied about valuing education

      Advice to Management

      Start actually valuing your employees and education and tackle the issues. Stop lying about your non profit status as well and making yourself out to be the best of the best. Most importantly do not enforce the fake praise and joy that exists there. Everyone can see the lie for what it is. Just don't lie about what you are.

      Stevens-Henager College2017-08-14
    • Helpful (5)

      "Admission"

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      Former Employee - Admissions Representative in Salt Lake City, UT
      Doesn't Recommend
      Negative Outlook

      I worked at Stevens-Henager College

      Pros

      The Pay. The Office is pretty.

      Cons

      Be aware that often as not, SHC and Independence University Management enter fake reviews into several sites to try to make the company look better. I'm not sure the ethics of anyone who would work for a school constantly under scrutiny by the Department of Education and who lied to students saying they were Non Profit when only their San Diego school was. Quality of education is poor and I still feel grieved that my...

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      Stevens-Henager College2016-06-14
    • Helpful (3)

      "Oh Please..."

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      Former Employee - Online Admissions Representative in Murray, UT
      Doesn't Recommend
      Negative Outlook

      I worked at Stevens-Henager College

      Pros

      The Pay is good, but that's about it.

      Cons

      *Rolls Eye* Oh Please "Department of Education is out to get small colleges." There's a reason. I felt like I lost my soul working for Stevens Henager. It's about money first and foremost, don't be fooled otherwise. They are one of the highest priced for profit colleges. They have people take out student loans, and then have them take out private loans through the school. In the end someone likely is going to have...

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      Advice to Management

      I do hope that the Fed. does continue to investigate Stevens Henager. The school needs to be put under high scrutiny for it's practices.

      Stevens-Henager College2015-06-12
    • "Unethical & Predatory - Zero Job Security"

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      Current Employee - Admissions Representative in Salt Lake City, UT
      Doesn't Recommend
      Negative Outlook

      I have been working at Stevens-Henager College full-time for more than a year

      Pros

      The organization is based on high pressure sales approach. Employees are forced to sell a poor quality product for a premium price to individuals who would be far better serviced anywhere else. It is a total leach on government student aid, bilking millions and millions from the government and giving absolutely as little as possible back.

      Cons

      This is the exact type of organization that is causing congressional alarms. If you have ever wondered what happened to all those who are not working sales in the used car industry, they are now in management at SHC. Constant monitoring of your every single move with a high-pressure used car sales approach. Every single call must be a sale - even if you have to lie, cheat and steal. This is the business model - Give Nothing...

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      Stevens-Henager College2013-11-16
    • "No Job Security"

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      Former Employee - High School Admissions Representative 
      Doesn't Recommend
      Negative Outlook

      I worked at Stevens-Henager College full-time for less than a year

      Pros

      The best thing about working for the college is the pay. (admissions)..Not too strict on time off requests and hours. Good work/life balance. You and your immediate family can go to school for free after working there for a year.

      Cons

      As in all admission jobs, it is a SALES position. Be prepared for the outrageous goals. It was hard to enroll students because of the tuition price...42k for an associates, 75k for a bachelors. Not enough training, they kind of just "throw you to the wolves"..Every week when it was time to go over numbers it was always scary because you didn't know if you were going to have a job. No warnings or write ups, if you werent...

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      Advice to Management

      When employees ask for extra training, GIVE IT TO THEM! I understand that tuition is going to be expensive where ever you go, but 75 THOUSAND dollars for a bachelors degree is WAY too much. Think about the students here.

      Stevens-Henager College2013-06-18
    • "Great place to work... if you have no ethical/moral compass"

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      Current Employee - High School Admissions Representative in Ogden, UT
      Doesn't Recommend
      Negative Outlook

      I have been working at Stevens-Henager College full-time for more than a year

      Pros

      I enjoyed my time at Stevens-Henager College for the fact that I LOVED what I was doing on a day to day basis as a recruiter working in the high schools. The admissions team was fun to be a part of and the compensation was great.

      Cons

      There is absolutely no job security. The power struggle between department heads, campus presidents, and the CEO' was gross and redundant and negatively impacted the college as a whole, both employees and students. The college is based on an unethical backbone of greed.

      Advice to Management

      Do the students a favor and resign. Put people who genuinely care about education more than money in place to make executive decisions. It would probably attract more students and end up increasing your precious revenue.

      Stevens-Henager College2012-11-13
    • "Admissions Representative"

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      Former Employee - Admissions Representative in

      I worked at Stevens-Henager College

      Pros

      Chance to move up through the system.

      Cons

      Management needs to be more communicative.

      Advice to Management

      Open communication works.

      Stevens-Henager College2009-10-29
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