Advise current and prospective graduate and undergraduate nursing students (online and face-to-face) on prerequisites, curriculum, general education, transfer credits, and other matters to fulfill SON and University requirements for master’s, doctorate, and baccalaureate degrees in nursing.
Counsel and guide students in course selection and progression issues. Provide developmental counseling/advising to students who are unsuccessful or facing difficult life issues.
Send periodic emails to students (individuals, cohorts, student groups) with clinical section assignments, registration details, reminders about deadlines, financial aid and other University deadlines and opportunities, scholarship/job opportunities, etc.
Plan, coordinate, and attend nursing recruitment events and advise students.
Clear individual students for registration.
Complete graduation audits and prepare final graduation lists for the Office of the Registrar.
Advise students regarding process for petitions to the Undergraduate or Graduate Academic Standards Committees and work with students related to petition decisions.
Coordinate Admission Process for new RN to BSN program students.
Run new admit lists by state.
Follow-up with out-of-state students to ensure state authorization acceptable for RN to BSN admission.
Review transcript accuracy and follow-up with Admissions as appropriate.
Send personalized welcome emails including a proposed Plan of Study.
Work with student to register, etc. Email, text, phone, and F2F appointments.
Send reminder emails and texts to admitted students who have not yet registered.
Maintain high school, hospital and community college relationships.
Participate and engage in University and SON student success and retention initiatives.
Guide and refer students to institutional resources.
Update student email lists and color-coded cohort lists.
Work with Registrar’s Office and AIMS to ensure online degree evaluations are accurate for SON programs through DegreeWorks or other applicable software.
Assist Administrative Assistants with SON events as needed.
Serve as member of Student Awards and Scholarships Committee.
Provide administrative assistance to RN to BSN Faculty Committee.
Assist Associate Director of RN to BSN Program to prepare agenda and meeting documents.
Present and update faculty on pertinent program matters.
Assign “at-risk” students to Faculty Mentors as needed.
Reach-out to students referred by faculty as needed.
Consolidate folders of all newly-admitted nursing students and pass on to the new Administrative Assistant to convert relevant documents for scanning to students’ electronic files.
Participate in professional development opportunities.
Bachelor’s Degree required.
1-2 years administrative experience required.
3- 5 years administrative experience preferred.
Advising experience in an institution of higher education preferred.
Strong oral and written communication skills required.
Careful attention to detail required.
Skilled user in Microsoft Office Suite programs.
Must have three references.
Preferred computer skills:
Banner Black Board WebNow WebFocus/ImageNow SIS Wolverine Access Concur Form Assembly Qualtrics
Knowledge of social media platforms: Facebook, Twitter, Instgram
The University of Michigan conducts background on all job candidates upon acceptance of a contingent offer and may use a third party administrator to conduct background checks. Background checks will be performed in complicance with the Fair Credit Reporting Act.
The University of Michigan is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.
Internal Number: 159405
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