Travels to and maintains a presence at college, community, and education partners on a regular basis (e.g., daily, weekly, or monthly, as the relationship warrants or requires) to promote Central State University’s undergraduate programs for transfer students.
Provides admission advising based on student’s college transcript evaluation and career goal compatibility. Accurately and completely explains education program availability, modality considerations, transfer requirements, financial aid opportunities and considerations, and available student support services.
Tracks all interactions with prospective students in Banner system and the CRM
Exercises judgement in holistic review of all transfer applications. Assures that complete and accurate notation of these decisions is made on the applicant record in Banner
Counsels ineligible students on educational alternatives and explains negative admission decisions.
Develops and maintains an up-to-date understanding of Central State University’s academic programs, curriculum, and degree requirements, including program-to-program and general articulation agreements.
Stays abreast of co-curricular opportunities of value to matriculating students and that foster their interest in the University.
Remains abreast of the scholarship and financial aid opportunities available to incoming students
Adheres to university recruiting and admission guidelines and standards and adheres to provisions set forth in the National Association of College Admission Counseling Standards and Principles of Good Practice.
Organizes recruitment activities including open houses, transfer fairs, welcome-back activities, classroom presentations, and faculty/advisor meetings. Plans and executes joint events between community partners as necessary for optimal relationship management.
Identifies and shares information regarding trends and issues affecting relationships with partners, including alumni.
Secures new requests for program offerings provided by administrators, faculty, and students at community college partners.
Meets with college access partners and provides them with ongoing updates on academic program and co-curricular opportunities.
Collaborates with access partners and educators to track students through the application and enrollment process, including , as needed , updates on applicant status and guidance regarding housing, financial aid, and new student orientation.
Interfaces directly withe transfer students to assist them withe the enrollment process, including admissions, financial aid, registration, housing, and new student orientation.
Other duties as assigned.
Experience working in a team-oriented approach within a complex organization and experience serving diverse populations is required.
Minimum of 3 years of progressively responsible admissions or related higher education experience.
Banner-familiar; technically proficient, including Microsoft and MAC as well as social media and other emerging technologies.
Strong written and oral communication skills, including report writing.
Self-starting, able to work independently and remotely while maintaining a high level of productivity.
Understands and is committed to the University’s core mission and strategic priorities.
A valid driver’s license is required. Ability to perform overnight travel as required.
Familiarity with Ohio Transfer Module and associated practices
Familiarity with ACE Veterans Guide and associated processes and procedures
Central State University is a Historical Black University (HBCU) that prepares students with diverse backgrounds and experiences for leadership, research, and service.