Primary responsibilities of this position include advising undergraduate students in the College of Health and Human Sciences (CHHS) and monitoring academic success and timely progression to degree completion for assigned professional program(s). This position serves as subject matter specialist on academic course content for accredited programs, degree and licensure requirements, and academic policies.
Additional responsibilities include monitoring licensure changes and professional standards and recommending curricular updates to maintain compliance with applicable accreditation requirements. Also, this position is responsible for admitted students, and students in transition, in the assigned professional program (from freshman through senior year) and monitoring student success markers from orientation to degree completion for internal and external accreditation reports. This position requires the application of theory (i.e. student development, career development, and counseling) to the practice of academic counseling, student career success, and retention programming. This position requires collaboration with faculty, staff, administration, and professional organization contacts, both on and off-campus.
Must be able to sit or stand for long periods of time. Must be able to read and respond to student emails. Must be able to talk with students on the phone and in person. Must be able to lift 25 pounds.M-F, 8-4:30. Some weekend and evenings may be required.
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