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Academic Counselor

Categories: Great Lakes Region 5


Max Fisher College of Business


Ohio State University

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Position Description

The Ohio State University Max M. Fisher College of Business provides tomorrow’s business leaders with the foundation needed to succeed in business today. Fisher students experience an academically rigorous learning environment led by world-class faculty that fosters the development of an entrepreneurial spirit, global awareness and principled leadership skills. Organizations from around the globe thrive under the leadership of Fisher alumni, who positively impact their communities and the world. Fisher College of Business seeks a richly diverse staff spanning all genders, races, ethnicities, sexual orientations, religions, cultures and nationalities.


  • Provides academic counseling to undergraduate business students in the Fisher College of Business;
  • assists students in identifying academic and career goals commensurate with their aptitudes and interests;
  • provides academic support services;
  • teaches business survey course; participates in orientation activities;
  • provides academic counseling for students interested in the field of business;
  • assists advisees in selection of courses consistent with their developing goals and interests;
  • monitors academic progress and advises on matters affecting progress;
  • refers advisees to other University offices as appropriate;
  • assists students in transfer process of degree candidacy;
  • refers students to other degree granting units where and when appropriate;
  • participates in college administrative committees and manages and provides guidance to student organizations. 

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Additional Information

$48,000.00 - $52,000.00 Annually

Contact Information

William Allen Wattercutter, 614-292-0907


Required Qualifications

  • Master’s degree in appropriate field.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience in academic advising at the college level; experience with computer productivity software, internet, and University Student Information System (SIS); knowledge of University procedures, resources, and curriculum.