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Under the general direction of the Director of Las Vegas Support Center and the Associate Director of Student Advising, the Student Advisor is responsible for proactively guiding students from their initial classes through the Center for Online Learning (COL) through graduation. The Student Advisor serves as liaison between the student and University. The Student Advisor role is the student’s professional point of contact and is an advocate within the University.
1.Proactively outreach assigned students via tasks within the student information system in an effort to provide service for all COL students.
2. Build rapport with students, help define clear objectives and assess fit with their respective program.
3. Collaborate with Enrollment Counselor team for a successful onboarding process of all first term students.
4. Ensures that information is proactively communicated to students and requests for assistance are met with a response that is meaningful and supportive for our students regarding the day-to-day needs of our COL students.
5. Provide comprehensive Program Evaluation for assigned COL students.
6. Assist each student with term-by-term registration guidance in advance of upcoming terms, information on ordering books, and extensive details of course descriptions.
7. Provide COL students with online webinars showcasing key areas such as navigating through student portal, ordering books, communicating with faculty, etc.
8. Meet and exceed quality customer service interaction via results of Student Survey and Call Quality Assurance.
9. Serve as primary resource for questions and concerns regarding degree requirements, programs, policies and procedures.
10. Ensure students have a solid understanding of the time commitment, technology and skills required to be a successful online learner.
11. Other duties as assigned by the Associate Director of Student Advising
1. Minimum three years’ experience within a higher education setting.
2. Superior oral, interpersonal and written communication skills.
3. Ability to engage with a variety of constituents (current students, alumni, faculty, etc.) from many different cultural backgrounds.
4. Superior organizational skills; ability to execute multiple objectives concurrently.
5. Ability and willingness to work evenings and weekends.
6. Proficiency with MS office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook) and managing student databases required.
7. Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution required
Bachelor’s Degree from a regionally accredited college or university.
Academic or other counseling background preferred.
Master’s Degree from a regionally accredited college or university.
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