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Financial Wellbeing and Emergency Gap Program Advisor
Job Description:The College at Brown University oversees academic advising for all undergraduate students, collaborating with faculty and staff across the University to support studentsâ™ academic progress and success. Within this context, the Financial Wellbeing and Emergency Gap (E-GAP) Program Advisor will serve as part of the Collegeâ™s academic advising team to provide holistic (academic, financial, and personal) advising and support programs to undergraduates, primarily those with high demonstrated financial need (often first generation and/or historically underrepresented groups). Reporting to the Assistant/Associate Dean for Financial Advising, the Financial Wellbeing and E-GAP Program A


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