Administers quarterly course scheduling; facilitates the selection and tracking of major, minor, and cross listed courses; maintains accurate records of both CEGU-housed and cross-listed courses across both Committee and University-wide systems.
Evaluates curricular staffing needs and coordinates assignment of instructional assistants, teaching assistants, and preceptors; processes related appointments.
Supports instructor course needs, including book orders, classroom requests, technology setup and support, and field trips.
Maintains calendar of program administration requirements and deadlines (course scheduling, registration, staffing).
Supports the organization of student-facing and student-led program events including open houses, orientations, and research symposia.
Prepares status reports on program enrollment, teaching, course offerings and other relevant metrics.
Responds to program inquiries from students and alumni.
Assists students with course registration issues and adjustments.
Coordinates student activities and research initiatives.
Maintains records of prospective and current undergraduate and graduate students, as well as alumni.
Advises students regarding program requirements; works closely with faculty leadership to monitor individual student progress; communicates and follows-up on deadlines to ensure they are met; notifies students regarding late requirements and necessary actions toward remediation.
Addresses student concerns as they develop in coordination with appropriate University offices; resolves or oversees the resolution of issues related to, but not limited to: pass/fail requests, bursar account issues, and leaves and reinstatements.
Supports CEGU faculty on development, renovation, and implementation of undergraduate and graduate curricular initiatives; conducts background research and prepare reports as necessary.
Supports the implementation of initiatives related to co-curricular learning, undergraduate research, and internships.
Recommends process improvements relating to the full scope of undergraduate and graduate student experience at CEGU.
Recommends process improvements relating to program administration.
Develops positive and active working relationships with internal and external constituents including but not limited to the College Dean of Students office, Registrar, Campus and Student Life, Career Advancement, Student Health and Counseling Services, Office of International Affairs, and others to create synergies across departments related to academic progress, resolution of student issues, and other matters of common interest.
Solves problems in areas such as academic and administrative policy, student admissions, curriculum research and development, and budget development.
Recommends process improvements for programs that relate to critical student-life improvement, including emergency management, accommodations for students with disabilities, and/or the administration of health care services and programs for students.
Performs other related work as needed.
Highly organized and detail oriented student affairs administrator with excellent critical thinking and problem solving skills.
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