Academic Advising through in person meetings, email and phone contact (70% )
Utilize student development theories and Appreciative Advising model to frame advising sessions and communicate effectively with students.
Assist students with registration, course selection, schedule changes, academic planning, college adjustment, and referral to college resources.
Educate students on university policies and procedures, degree requirements, application of transfer credit, and the value of engagement in co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.
Collaborate with faculty to monitor student progress and provide outreach to students as needed, suggesting strategies for academic improvement and success.
Teach conflict resolution and problem solving skills related to academic matters.
Demonstrate proficiency in using Microsoft products such as Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
Engage in professional development to maintain and enhance relevant advising skills and knowledge.
Outreach to at-risk students and first-year students (10%)
Event Planning and Implementation (10%):
Assist university colleagues in the planning and implementation of events such as New Student Orientation, Spring Preview Day, and Open House. · Facilitate connections with potential and current students and parents at university events.
Administrative Role (10%):
Work collaboratively with academic advisors from all university Colleges to enhance advising services and implement strategies that further student success.
Participate in department meetings and functions as needed.
Serve as liaison to Admissions, Registrar/Records, Housing, Cashier’s Office, Dean of Students Office, International Student Services, Study Abroad, and other departments and colleges as necessary.
Maintain accurate records using technology resources.
May work with Campus Academic Mentors (CAMs) on their registration, orientation, and UNIV responsibilities.
May teach Univ101 in the fall semester
Other duties as assigned based on the needs of the College.
Bachelor’s degree. Area of study: STEM subject, psychology, sociology, counseling, communication, education or other related field
Preferred Education: Master’s degree. Area of study: Higher Education, counseling, psychology, STEM subject, or other related field