This position provides academic advising, degree planning support, and UNIV 101/102 instruction to students within the STAR and Wildcat Transition Programs. Academic advisors also provide outreach with students on academic warning, on academic probation, with academic alerts, and who are late to enroll for classes. This position plays a vital role in Student Success at CWU and share the responsibility with faculty and staff to help facilitate strong rates of degree attainment and student retention.
Advise students on academic requirements and accessing resources to plan and assist with degree completion
Counsel exploring and undecided students about majors and minors; providing interventions and/or referrals as necessary
Advise prospective and incoming first year students and undecided transfer students-
Encourage students to make informed academic decisions and develop individualized academic plans.
Assist students with course articulation, and recommend appropriate academic course loads and course selections
Analyze and interpret student data, transcripts, and placement results, as well as university policy and procedures
Outreach and assist students on academic warning, on academic probation, or with academic alerts, to develop a plan of success
Maintain up-to-date Advisor Notes, documenting student participation and progress- Design and deliver presentations to various audiences
Teach academic advising seminars and/or college success courses (UNIV 101 and/or UNIV 102)
Collaborate with the Colleges, academic departments, and other university offices (i.e. Career Services, Learning Support Services, and other advising units)
Support the First Year Experience program and Discover Orientations where academic advising is concerned, providing information and support to new students and their families
Other duties as assigned
To apply for this position, you must complete the on-line application and attach:A detailed cover letter clearly demonstrating how your education and experience: (a) meet the required (and, as applicable, preferred) qualifications, and (b) demonstrate the ability to perform the responsibilities as described by the posting;Resume including work history, education, training; andContact information for three professional references.
About 3,000 graduates each year Enrollment numbers 2017-2018: 11,500
On-campus residents: 2,700
Male/female ratio: 49/51
Students of color: 33%
Estimated costs for 2017-18: Average out-of-pocket for base tuition: $3,000
Full price basic tuition, for 10 - 17 credits: $5,907
Room and board: $10,175
Number of students receiving State Need Grants: 3,800
- More than 135 majors
- Nationally and/or regionally distinguished programs in music, geology, paramedicine, physics, and education
- Faculty recognized regionally and/or nationally for collegiate teaching in mathematics, physics, geology, music, and chemistry.
- Average class size: 20
- Student to faculty ratio: 18-to-1
Name: Toni Woodman
Title: Lead Academic Advisor
Phone: (509) 963-2722
Website: Exploratory Advising