This is an advanced, second level advisor position that provides academic advising services to Northeastern State University students and is responsible for coordinating academic advising activities within the designated College.
Provides students with registration and academic program information; communicates general policy information and available services to declared students. Participates in and leads professional development and training activities for Academic Advisors. Responsible for communication and collaboration within the designated College and the greater Academic Advising community. Create and provide reports to the Executive Director of University Advising. Assists students with course registration and other university processes. Ensures that students are familiar with the university catalog and other relevant advisement information and tools. Collaborates with NSU department chairs and associate deans to maintain Plans of Study and Course Sequence materials. Reviews and updates student information in the BANNER system as appropriate. Assists with the transfer credit evaluation process. Serves as liaison to instructional departments; facilitates student referrals to appropriate faculty advisor. Monitors student academic progression to ensure student retention standards are met. Attends and assists with regular departmental and University Advising Center training sessions and other professional development activities. Coordinates intrusive advising appointments with students. Provides input and assists in formulation of University advisement policy and procedures, and represents advising interests and concerns on various University committees as needed. Represents the College at assigned recruitment events and meetings. Performs related duties.
Submit cover letter and resume: https://nsuok.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/4/home/requisition/637?c=nsuok
Our historic link to the Cherokee Nation and Indian Territory makes Northeastern the oldest institution of higher learning in Oklahoma. One of only 23 colleges of optometry in the United States, we are also the university of choice for American Indian students with a longstanding history of preparing more American Indian graduates than any other public institution in the nation. NSU is a regional leader in healthcare education and has prepared the majority of educators in Oklahoma.
Annual salary $37,176.00 with excellent benefits This position is located on the Tahlequah Campus
Julia Carlo Executive Director, Advising, Testing, & Transfer Student Services firstname.lastname@example.org 918-444-3656