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University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Undergraduate Advising Resource Center


May 07, 2013 12:00 AM

University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Undergraduate Advising Resource Center

Student Success Center 750 Elmwood Ave. Oshkosh, WI 54901

Oshkosh and winnebago County

www.uwosh.edu/advising

Sally Masters, Associate Director of Academic Advising

920-424-0856

masters@uwosh.edu

Student Affairs

• Develop an understanding of the theory and practice of developmental academic advising and the depth and breadth of the day-to-day work of an advisor by engaging in the work of the UARC (ranging from duty at the front desk and occasional errands, to assigned projects and related issues/matters, to observing advisors at work, to participating in group advising sessions, workshops, to one on one student advising etc. • Develop knowledge of general education, degree, major, minor and other graduation requirements • Develop ability to communicate effectively with students • Develop ability to communicate effectively with faculty and refer students as appropriate • Develop knowledge of campus resources in order to make appropriate referrels • Develop and implement ability to use applicable technology needed for advising • Implement this knowledge/understanding through 1:1 interactions with students in the Advising Center and other contexts/venues as required/ • Develop understanding of the theory and practice of developmental academic advising and its relationship to the work of other student services units in the University. • Develop knowledge/understanding of academic advising of undecided students • Participate in departmental workgroup(s) as time allows • Negotiate flexible fall/spring or spring/fall semester schedules that incorporate student contact hours with staff meetings, group advising sessions and workshops • Attend PAL (Peer Advising Liaison) trainings at the beginning of each semester.

• College students seeking academic advising; primarily freshmen and sophomores

• Interest in academic counseling/advising • Experience working with college students or high school students preferred, but not required

Days

Both

2 Semester

Both

For fall placement, preference will be given to applicants who apply by November 1; for spring placement, preference will be given to applicants who apply by April 1. Applications will be considered however, until vacancies are filled.
by Slinde, Jeremiah D last modified May 15, 2013 09:58 AM