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Columbia Southern University

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CSU Alumni Salary over Time

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CSU Salaries

$57,093Starting Annual Salary
$57,17410 Year Annual Salary

Said that CSU contributed

11.76%75-100% to their career success
26.47%50-75% to their career success
5.88%25-50% to their career success
55.88%0-25% to their career success

Had the employment status

0.00%Self Employed
8.82%Top Management
23.53%White Collar workers
0.00%Pink Collar workers
8.82%Blue Collar workers
8.82%Entry Level employees
47.06%Are satisfied with their current job.
47.06%Said things are generally going well.
38.24%Are still in the field they majored in in college.

Reputation & Preparedness

Help from Reputation4.1
Preparedness for Real world4.4
Most Frequently mentioned Graduate Jobs
Director (2), Hr (2), Army (2), Center (2), Commander (2),
% went on to Graduate or Professional Ed.

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... CSU is a good University to go to finish classes quickly , affordable,Not your usual course assessment 10-20 questions on a assessment, but It can...Read full comment
... CSU is a good University to go to finish classes quickly , affordable,Not your usual course assessment 10-20 questions on a assessment, but It can...Read full comment
... They have been an incredible asset to me and my career ...Read full comment
... I feel that I have learned so much through these classes that they are definately helping me in my career ...Read full comment
... My employer is reimbursing me for the tuition as well ...Read full comment
... I've been in the Finance career field for 14 years and I can't understand why I need to take Algebra 1 or 2 ...Read full comment
... I have been a corporate trainer for the last 10 years of my career ...Read full comment
... They also gave me credit for police academy so I hope I can move forwarded in my career ...Read full comment
... I can say that this degree helped me tremendously in my career ...Read full comment
... The degree is legitimate and yes employers do recognize the degree ...Read full comment
... CSU was a big help in accomplishing a number of personal and career goals ...Read full comment
... My employer was convinced enough in the quality of education CSU offers that tuition was reimbursed at nearly 100% ...Read full comment
... It is an excellent school which will provide you with a quality education which employers recognize and accept ...Read full comment
... Department of Education recognized both, as does the military and employers ...Read full comment
... I was fortunate to have worked hard my entire career in healthcare and have been rewarded for that hard work ...Read full comment
... Now, since regionally accreditation is considered the gold standard by many quality colleges and employers, having a nationally accredited degree...Read full comment
... Instead all I got was a useless "degree" that is laughed at by employers ...Read full comment
... The courses are just not rigorous enough, and I'm sure some employers will dismiss this university ...Read full comment
... It's similar to a resume getting you an interview and then YOU get the job ...Read full comment

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