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Tarleton State University is a public university in Stephenville, Texas. It is a founding member of the Texas A&M University System. Located southwest of the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex, Tarleton enrolled over 13,000 students in the fall of 2019.

A student angrily mentioned, "I was super excited to go to Tarleton at first! I was a transfer student from the local junior college. The first day I was confused about my schedule so I approached my teacher and asked for help and he simply told me to drop his class if I couldn't even figure out my schedule. At Tarleton they do not care about you, you are simply a number not a face. They just want your money and did not have many programs helping transfer students get acclimated to the new school. I was planning on getting my BSN there but the teachers are subpar and not very willing to help. I am choosing to take my education else where and I am extremely disappointed with my experience. I have attended one semester and the whole time I have been there it has been the most frustrating experience ever. Would not recommend. If I could give them 0 stars I would."

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Former Employee - Student Technician II says

"I worked at Tarleton State University part-time for more than a year Cons: Department is a disaster and made student workers do full time jobs. Department has no communication and allows full time staff to come to work drunk."

Current Employee - Assistant Professor says

"I have been working at Tarleton State University full-time Cons: they undermine faculty during times of international unrest"

Current Employee - Housing Assistant says

"I have been working at Tarleton State University part-time for more than a year Cons: Poorly managed Too much for too little"

Former Employee - Program Manager says

"I worked at Tarleton State University full-time for more than a year Cons: There is little chance of promotion unless you went to Tarleton for your schooling. Also the organization of has a way to complicated structure. In addition they are looking for a new President, which always adds more confusion."

Current Employee - Graduate Teaching Assistant says

"I have been working at Tarleton State University part-time for more than a year Cons: ✅ Being "voluntold" to participate/help in all sorts of events, which are completely unrelated to the class you are teaching. ✅ This happens weekly. ✅ You are probably valued more and treated better by McDonald's management. ✅ Being called for meetings whenever your supervisor feels like. ✅ Supervisor being late / not attending meetings led by them. ✅ Not knowing who to report to, because chain of command is unclear/disrupted. ✅ Picking up slack from colleagues is part of your daily job. ✅ Raise / extra / after hours pay? NO."

Current Employee - Graduate Assistant Housing says

"I have been working at Tarleton State University full-time for less than a year Cons: No communication amongst pro staff and upper staff. Toxic work environment. You have 35 set hours but you do whatever you're told whenever they want you there. On call is a mess because there is no consistency and training is minimal. Punished for seeking outside opportunities."

Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I have been working at Tarleton State University full-time for more than a year Cons: not enough diversity here,no parking"

Current Employee - Instructor says

"I have been working at Tarleton State University part-time for less than a year Cons: Onboarding process was unorganized; very little communication to new employees; small problems and concerns are not addressed in a timely manner or at all"

Current Employee - Administrative Assistant says

"I have been working at Tarleton State University full-time for more than 5 years Cons: I loved my job until people began to get shuffled around and 'put' in areas that allowed upper management to accomplish their goals. You will not get promoted, more money, or help no matter how much you deserve or need it. It has become so corrupt that everyone is leaving."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at Tarleton State University full-time for more than 5 years Cons: Mean spirited co-workers Advancement based on politics rather than merit Crooked administrators are the norm Transparency is the last thing on the agenda Expect to take a back seat to incompetent, unqualified alumni"