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The Assistant Registrar will be responsible for:
Managing and implementing all aspects of law school student registration for fall, spring, and summer semesters, and developing fall, spring, and summer schedules; maintaining all student academic records, including inputting grades, calculating class standing, conducting degree audits for academic progress and for graduation; collecting and analyzing data and preparing reports for Dean and Associate Dean of the Law School; administering examinations; certifying graduates' eligibility to take bar examinations and providing appropriate documentation to state bar examining authorities. The Law School has an enrollment of about 500 students annually.
The Assistant Registrar will also assist the law school academic affairs team, supporting commencements and other special events, and develop and implement best practices to maintain and improve student service.
Ideally, the successful candidate will be able to accommodate a schedule to be available to both day and evening students as needed.
- A bachelor's degree is required;
- Professional experience in a registrar's office in an academic setting is necessary;
- Knowledge of Datatel is essential.
- In addition, the successful candidate will have a working knowledge of current records, registration, and enrollment policies and trends, as well as technological developments as they relate to the operation of a registrar's office.
- The successful candidate will demonstrate a collegial, collaborative administrative leadership style, including a high level of customer service to students.
- He or she will have proven ability to think strategically, prioritize effectively, act decisively and possess strong written and oral communication, and collaborative interpersonal skills.
- Advanced degree is preferred.
- Law school experience is preferred
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