College of Professional Studies
Student Services Coordinator
Commensurate with Experience
Standard University business hours
8:30am – 5:00pm (academic year)
8:00am – 4:30pm (summer)
Hours may vary based on operational needs.
Unionized Position Code
The Student Services Coordinator supports and provides instruction
to new, current and potential students and parents regarding
Syracuse University registration and bursar related rules and
regulations in reference to the Collee of Professional Studies part
time, online, and noncredit programs as well as Syracuse University
summer programs. Advise SU staff and faculty in the registration
and bursar requirements of the College of Professional Studies’
part-time, online and noncredit students. Manage academic records
and financial accounts of assigned student population.
- Two year associates degree or equivalent combination of
education and experience.
- Two years of customer service experience are required.
- Candidate must be proficient in keyboarding and have Office 365
experience, including word and excel.
- PeopleSoft Student Records experience a definite plus.
- Must be detail oriented, attentive and able to multi task.
- Must possess the ability to stay calm under pressure.
Job Specific Qualifications
- Customer service experience is required.
- Financial collections experience a plus.
- The successful candidate must be able to empathize with people
and situations while maintaining a level of professionalism and
control of the situation and possess strong decision making and
- Reconcile student accounts and monitor for timely payments
throughout the semester.
- Contact students who are late on accounts and counsel on
positive payment schedules including authorizing special payment
- Manage the financial holds associated with the student’s
ability to register and receive transcripts and diploma.
- Analyze past due accounts and exhaust methods available to
- Determine accounts as uncollectable and transfer to Student
Debt Management Office for further collection.
- Direct new and current students through the College of
Professional Studies Online Registration process for credit and
non-credit students and assist in areas where students experience
limitations and stoppages.
- Troubleshoot and solve registration issues that result in
student ineligibility to register due to course restrictions and
- Coordinate communications necessary to assist the student to a
- Process registrations and payment arrangements for special
- Monitor and maintain all the College of Professional Studies
student financial records.
- Act as liaison for students with other SU departments and
outside agencies to resolve billing concerns.
- Initiate payment arrangements, determine tuition charges,
monitor accounts and process payments.
- Determine student eligibility for refunds.
- Assist students in determining best payment options available
to them and update student financial record to reflect selected
- Provide exemplary customer service to Syracuse University part
time undergraduates, College of Professional Studies online,
non-matriculated and non-credit students to make the overall
University experience pleasant and rewarding.
- Advise students and other University departments on campus of
specific University policies and procedures related to the College
of Professional Studies registration and payment to assist students
in making informed decisions and avoid future issues.
- Create new College of Professional Studies nonmatriculated
students and manage the biographic and academic records of all
current College of Professional Studies students.
- Determine legitimacy of student and college records, coordinate
necessary changes to academic record with other departments across
- Update biographic, academic and financial information that
falls under the College of Professional Studies jurisdiction.
In addition to completing an online application, please attach a
resume and cover letter.
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