The position will be responsible for assisting in advising program development, evaluation and professional and faculty adviser training; suggesting best practices for advising improvement; providing guidance to members of academic and administrative college and university professional advisers, faculty and staff in order to enhance student retention; providing academic advising services to exploring and currently enrolled undecided undergraduate students seeking information and admission to the college; interpreting university policies, procedures and curriculum to students and faculty; making professional referrals; maintaining confidentiality of student records; assisting in data management and preparation of reports, surveys and other assessment documentation. She or he will assist with university- and college-sponsored recruitment and retention initiatives including but not limited to New Student Orientation (NSO), Accepted Student Programs (ASPs), Link UP, Spend a Summer Day (SASD), and Majors Night. The successful candidate will provide assistance to projects and undergraduate student success initiatives and University-level academic advising-related searches and committee work. The Adviser may assist in the supervision, hiring, evaluation and training of professional and support staff. The Academic Adviser serves as a liaison among students, faculty, staff, campus and university constituents.
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