The College of Arts and Humanities (ARHU) is excited to invite applications for an Academic Advisor position. The Academic Advisor will be an integral part of ARHU’s Office of Student Affairs and Career Engagement team. The Academic Advisor’s primary role will be to provide academic advising and advising-related programming for the College’s 11 departments and 3 schools, such as orientation, registration, general advising, degree clearances, and working with diverse populations. Additionally, the Academic Advisor will provide access to information and referrals for issues regarding scholarships, internships, study abroad, counseling, career and post baccalaureate options, and other university-related opportunities and support systems. The Academic Advisor will have rotating responsibility for teaching student development courses as needed. In addition to advising responsibilities, the Academic Advisor will have administrative duties. Specifically, the Academic Advisor will represent the College on various advising-related committees, will work closely with College departments, and will perform other duties as assigned. The Academic Advisor will also provide programming, such as work with student engagement and co-curricular opportunities.
The Academic Advisor will be responsible for advising, administrative, and programming duties (please see the position description above for additional details).
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