| As a member of the Academic Support Program for Student Athletes (ASPSA), the Academic Coordinator reports to one of ASPSA's Associate Directors and is responsible for leading the academic support for multiple Olympic sport teams. Additionally, the Academic Coordinator will organize the academic awards nomination process for the unit, work closely with campus partners to develop and maintain collaborative relationships and teach a University Studies Course. Additional liaison responsibilities to other campus units will be assigned as appropriate. |
Serve as primary advisor to University College Exploratory
Studies Student Athletes for assigned teams.
Serve as supplementary advisor to student-athletes in designated degree program.
Be knowledgeable on NC State academic policies and procedures.
Actively participate in advisor training opportunities.
Maintain complete student-athlete folders including all pertinent advising information.
Provide academic information to all prospective student-athletes during recruiting process for assigned teams (e.g. official visits, unofficial visits)
Develop and oversee individualized support plans for all first-year student-athletes and at-risk student-athletes (e.g., learning specialist, study hall, tutoring, mentoring, weekly meetings, etc.)
Monitor academic progress of student-athletes and maintain accurate and up-to-date academic records.
Communicate concerns consistently and in a timely manner with direct supervisor, Assistant Dean and Director of ASPSA, coaches and sport supervisors.
Monitor continuing eligibility of student-athletes.
Active participant in the eligibility review process including timely communication of any eligibility issues/concerns.
Teach introduction to the university courses.
Review of applications will begin October 10, 2016.
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