Reporting to the Registrar, this senior departmental staff member has overall responsibility for the coordination of academic services and day-to-day operations of the Office of the Registrar.
The Deputy Registrar supervises the services of the main office, transcript and enrollment verification functions, classroom scheduling, and grading processes; supervises all aspects of final examination scheduling and coordinates the approved rescheduling of exams; certifies students for veteran’s benefits from the Veterans Administration.
The Deputy Registrar works closely with the senior staff of the department, the Office of the Dean of the College, the Office of the Dean of the Graduate School, residential college deans and directors of studies, faculty, academic department staff, and administrative offices in the coordination of student academic and enrollment services.
The Deputy Registrar regularly communicates with students, individually and collectively, regarding University academic policy and the schedule for enrollment functions.
Oversee daily operations and academic services of the Registrar’s Office; manage transcript and enrollment/degree verification processes; supervise classroom scheduling staff and functions for courses and examinations
Supervise development of the final exam schedule; resolve conflicts relating to sanctioned athletic events and student petitions to reschedule exams; supervise rescheduled exams; coordinate final exam procedures and accommodation with the Office of Disability Services
Certify students for veteran’s benefits; liaison to Veteran’s Administration for student benefits
Coordinate Course Selection functions for first-year students during Orientation
Coordinate departmental procedures to manage enrollments in summer programs; coordinate academic/enrollment services specific to these programs
Responsible for the preparation and production of the academic calendar
Update various University publications regarding enrollment services topics and dates
Collaborate with residential college deans and directors of studies on implementation of academic policies
Oversee grading processes; resolve grading issues
Responsible for the communication and announcement of enrollment services information via email, on the web and in student systems
Provide leadership in the development and implementation of new functions and services; respond to student and faculty queries relating to services
Supervise four staff members
Participate in the management of the department by serving on the leadership team; other duties as assigned
Master’s degree required
Minimum of six years of experience in academic services and student records functions
Exquisite interpersonal verbal and written communication skills
Experience using relational student records database systems; PeopleSoft preferred
Previous supervisory experience
Proven successes in multi-layered project planning and implementation
Proven expertise in management of a fast-paced highly collaborative academic services unit
Initiative, excellent organizational skills, the ability to work within a team and to work independently, managing multiple priorities simultaneously
Demonstrated attention to detail
Additional Desired Expertise
Experience with space scheduling software, preferably EMS
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