Term: 18 months
The Undergraduate Coordinator and Advisor, advises undergraduate students in the program. In partnership with other members of the department, they are responsible for the effective administration of undergraduate programs managed by the Arts Undergraduate Office and for enhancing student success through appropriate advisement and support. The Undergraduate Coordinator and Advisor, Arts and Business Program is the first point of contact for Arts and Business.
This is a common job description used across multiple departments within the Faculty of Arts.
Advises undergraduate students in all applicable academic plans and enrollees from other Faculties, in consultation with the Director, Arts and Business as appropriate:
Coordinates service and cross-listed teaching with other Arts units or UW Faculties; including the following:
Serves as departmental timetable representative for the undergraduate programs:
Serves as calendar representative for the UG program in consultation with the Director, Arts and Business:
Assists with the program’s undergraduate student engagement:
Provides support to the Director, Arts and Business including the following:
Assists with general administrative program tasks:
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