Job Positions

Academic Advisor

Categories: South Central Region 7


College of Business & Technology


Northeastern State University

Date Posted:

Jul 19 2021 10:15AM

Close Date:

Aug 15 2021

Position Description

This position provides academic advising services to Northeastern State University undergraduate students.


Provides students with registration and academic program information; communicates general policy information and available services to declared students. 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. Assists with the maintenance of 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. Serves on the University Advising Committee. Represents the College at assigned recruitment events and meetings. Performs related duties.

Application Process

Institution Information

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.

Additional Information

This position is located on the Tahlequah campus. Annual salary $35,568.00 with excellent benefits.

Contact Information

Julia Carlo Executive Director, Advising, Testing, & Transfer Student Services 918-444-3656


Required Qualifications

Ability to maintain regular attendance. Knowledge and level of competency commonly associated with the completion of a baccalaureate degree in a course of study related to an occupational field represented by a discipline within the College. One year professional experience in a similar position or one year advising apprenticeship/internship at the college level. Possession of or ability to readily obtain a valid driver’s license issued by the State of Oklahoma for the type of vehicle or equipment operated.

Preferred Qualifications

Master's degree preferred.