Responsibilities will include coordinating and maintaining student academic records as they relate to degree completion; uphold and perform operating procedures for academic policies, including verifying appropriate approvals, collecting and validating documentation, and conduct data entry. Coordination of the application for graduation and declaration of major processes, including communicating with appropriate academic personnel regarding related information. Assist in updating and testing the degree audit system (uAcheive) as required. Assist academic units with processing degree audit system (uAchieve) exceptions. Provide support for the athletic academic certification process. Support institution's overall goals for student retention and graduation.
Duties include but are not limited to:
Recommend changes in the Pathway System to improve business processes. Responsible for system testing when Pathway updates and PUMs are available.
Review and process student record edits to ensure data integrity.
Assist in updating, encoding and testing the degree audit system (uAchieve) as required.
Coordinate the process for declaration of major forms and applications for graduation, including instructing and advising support staff on relevant methods and procedures.
Coordinate with the Special Events office and appropriate academic personnel to provide validated data of anticipated candidates for graduation for the published Commencement program.
Ensure all students who apply for graduation are notified of Academic Assessment requirements by the Office of Institutional Research, Assessment and Planning.
Interface with various campus officials regarding student degree programs and graduations.
Review student-athlete academic records in accordance with NCAA Division I academic eligibility regulations and record data for certification purposes.
Provide professional staff support to college, school or departmental committees and related faculty committees as needed.
Work with students and/or academic units to determine best resolution to issues that may arise.
Maintain accuracy, confidentiality and security of student files in alignment with FERPA regulations.
Other duties as assigned.
A Bachelor's degree or an equivalent combination of education and experience and at least 2 years of experience from which comparable knowledge and skills can be acquired is necessary.
Full Time/Part Time
Full-Time, Benefits Eligible
$16.92 - $17.87
January 27, 2019
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