The student success professional serves as a primary resource for students in the area of academic advising. The role is responsible for assisting assigned students in the development of academic schedules appropriate for their stated educational goals, guiding pre-majors in the selection of academic majors, and directing students to resources within the college that provide assistance in making career/academic major choices, as appropriate.
Provides an essential student service of academic advisement by being knowledgeable of academic policies and procedures unique to the college that facilitate the advisement process and assist assigned students in the development of academic schedules appropriate for the stated educational goals of students, guiding students in decision-making and learning how to accept responsibility for their decisions, assisting all students (not just advisees) seeking academic information, assisting pre-majors in the selection of academic majors, and directing students to resources within the college that provide assistance in making career and academic major choices. Maintains a caseload of assigned participants for individual advising and personal development activities by conducting needs assessments of participants and coordinating the development and implementation of action and educational plans for each participant, monitoring, evaluating, and reporting on assigned participants’ academic progress, intervening with appropriate support services when necessary, and referring to appropriate on- and off-campus support services as needed. Teach classes as determined by the Dean. Facilitate new student orientation. Work with students who have been referred for services such as tutoring, study skills, and time management assistance. Contact non-registered students during each registration period to provide needed assistance. Provide assistance to student disability services office. Provide supplemental advising and registration help to current students. Promote campus support programs and co-curricular involvement opportunities. Make referrals to other points of service such as counseling, career center, student development, and disability services. Work collaboratively with the business and financial aid office to help students understand financial information and options. Work with special populations such as exploratory, first-year, and second-year students in conjunction with other departments. Teach selected and academic improvement sessions. Contributes to the success of the student success office by performing all other duties as needed to drive the vision, fulfill the mission, and abide by the values of the College.
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The College's health and wellness plans along with generous paid time-off benefits are in addition to rewarding employee benefits such as the tuition grant and 403(b) plan. The employee tuition grant is a remarkable benefit that covers the cost of 100% of the College's tuition for dependent children of faculty and staff who have been employed with the college fulltime for one year. Employees can also take advantage of the benefit for themselves. The Defined Contribution Retirement Plan is a 403(b) plan in which the college automatically contributes 7% of the eligible employee's earnings into a retirement fund whether the employee chooses to participate or not. The account has a comprehensive investment portfolio and allows the employee to control their investment choices. At 6 years of service, the employer contribution amount is elevated to 10%. Employees can choose to participate through pre-tax payroll deductions when ready! Florida Southern College is committed to diversity and inclusion in hiring, campus life, and intellectual engagement and welcomes applications from all interested candidates. The college actively seeks a wide variety of candidates and enthusiastically looks to diversify our workforce. Florida Southern College has a strong commitment to the principles of equal employment opportunity. The college recruits, hires, trains, transfers, promotes and compensates individuals and makes all personnel decisions without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, national origin or ancestry, marital status, veteran status, or physical or mental disability unrelated to an individual’s ability to perform the job, in accordance with applicable law.
Shari Szabo, Dean of Student Success firstname.lastname@example.org