The purpose of the Re-Entry Admissions Counselor is to re-enroll and advise students who have previously dropped from the campus. The Re-Entry Admissions Counselor follows standardized university admission guidelines and procedures for re-entry.
Re-Entry Admissions Counselors work closely with the Financial Aid department and Academic department to identify obstacles that are hindering the student from re-enrolling; an action plan is developed and instituted to assure a smooth transition back to school.
Re-Entry Admissions Counselors accomplish this through.
Utilizing drop reports to target the specific population of drop and drop/reentry students.
Ensure re-entry students have taken all the necessary steps to re-enroll.
Provides re-entry students an additional resource to assist in finalizing their degrees.
Re-Entry Admissions Counselor's must have a minimum of a Bachelor's degree with experience in customer service or career counseling.
Re-Entry Admissions Counselor's must also have:
High level of interpersonal and communication skills.
Strong computer and telephone skills.
Ability to work independently and multi-task.
Must have a general knowledge of the higher education industry.
This is a full time position that requires day, evening and weekend availability.
- Career Counseling
- Customer Service
- Self Motivation