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Student Success Coordinator

Categories: Great Lakes Region 5


Vacca Office of Student Services, EHHS


Kent State University

Date Posted:

Mar 17 2023 2:30PM

Close Date:

Apr 7 2023

Position Description

Assist in the development and management of programs and services for undergraduate students in the College of Education, Health and Human Services (EHHS) that contribute to their academic success and progression to graduation. Reports to Assistant Dean of Advising, Student Success and Licensure, EHHS.


Duties/essential functions may include, but not be limited to, the following: Assist with the implementation of the college’s student success plan. Coordinate select existing college student success initiatives; some examples could include: Academic coaching program Midterm outreach NF/SF grade outreach Early Alert outreach Academic Success workshops Probation Academic Success Course DKS/TKS related student success activities Engage in intrusive student support and select college-level student success initiatives, some examples could include: Academic coaching Midterm, NF/SF grade, and Early Alert outreach Track, monitor, and assess data related to student retention, persistence, and graduation related student success initiatives (this includes outreach initiatives). Study data including midterm grades, retention, progression, and graduation trends, high DFW courses, etc. Develop, plan and implement new large-scale, small-scale, and continuing programming and initiatives for students. Conduct program assessment to determine effective strategies. Contribute to the college student success team. Serve on aspects of relevant college and university committees related to student success. Supervise student success interns. Perform related duties as assigned.

Application Process

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Contact Information

Kathy Zarges


Required Qualifications


Master’s degree in relevant field and four years' experience working with a diverse group of students in a post-secondary education environment.

Preferred Qualifications