- Provides academic advising, programming, and monitoring of degree completion for Groups Scholars that are first generation underrepresented students from diverse racial and cultural backgrounds.
- Assists students with their college transition including understanding Indiana University educational system and assimilating to the Bloomington campus environment. Identifies internal and external opportunities that support academic growth.
- Facilitates student’s academic success through individual conferences and referral to appropriate personal or academic support services.
- Maintains accurate records and generates reports.
- Collaborates with students, staff, faculty, parents, and others.
- Provides a good understanding of university policy and procedures, federal and state regulations, and grant and scholarship provisions, as well as ensures compliance.
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$36,504 - $42,000
Groups Scholars Program
Indiana University Bloomington
750 E. Kirkwood Ave.
Maxwell Hall 200
Bloomington, IN 47405
Bachelor’s degree in a related discipline and two years of experience in student advising, counseling, or educational programming.
Possess a valid driver’s license with the ability to be insured by Indiana University.
Must have exceptionally strong interpersonal and communication skills.
Strong ability to advise, counsel and guide students toward academic success and graduation.
Ability to function well in a diverse work and service environment with an underrepresented student population with a wide range of cultures and backgrounds.
Possess excellent planning and organizing skills, sound judgment, and decision making abilities.
Ability to solve a variety of problems, whether academic, project management, programming, training, counseling, advising, personal or health issues, or other related student concerns.
Ability to maintain confidential information on an as need to know basis.
Able to work collaboratively and build excellent rapport among colleagues and others.
Must have practical application and experience with database, spreadsheet, word processing, and presentation software, as well as other applications required for data organization and analysis.
- Experience in a higher education setting.