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Advises new, prospective, transfer, and continuing Native American and Multicultural students to develop, pursue, and achieve their academic goals. This includes recruiting, developmental, and career advising. Emphasis is placed on striving to meet Native American student's cultural/ethnic needs.
Essential Functions, Major Duties, and/or Accountabilities:
1. Maintains an advising caseload of incoming and continuing undergraduate students, particularly those of Native American background, in terms of advisement and other school-related support. Responds to informational requests from potential students, new and continuing students, parents, staff, and high school counselors via a variety of methods (e.g. e-mail, phone, in-person, in the field, etc.).
2. Assists students with the enrollment, registration, and financial aid processes; including tribal scholarship information and processes.
3. Maintains student advising records using computer applications relevant for file maintenance and organization of case load.
4. Assists in recruiting of prospective Native American students; assists in event planning (i.e. Pow-Wow); provides information, assistance, and referrals to student support services to assist advisees in managing their college experience. Assists the Native American Club.
5. Interprets placement test scores and assist student in appropriate course placement. Advises students in academic difficulty to facilitate their progress. Advocates and problem solves with faculty, administration, and staff on student academic problems, issues and concerns.
6. Represents the department on any relevant University events, committees, departmental programs, or professional associations/organizations as needed and/or assigned, and performs other duties as assigned.
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