Location: SCSU Main Campus, 720 Fourth Avenue South, St. Cloud MN 56301
Full/Part Time: Full Time
Employment Condition: Probationary
The primary responsibility of the Assistant Director of Admissions – Transfer Coordinator is to assist in the development and coordination of recruitment strategies and initiatives involved in driving the enrollment of transfer and adult undergraduate students to St. Cloud State University. This position collaborates in the development, execution, and assessment of a comprehensive transfer and adult student recruitment and communication plan. The position also manages a transfer recruitment territory and leads activities related to establishing quality relationships with community and technical colleges. This includes partnering with stakeholders at both MN and out-of-state colleges to positively influence completion programs, degree pathways, and transfer pathways. As a transfer specialist, this position performs unofficial transcript evaluations, participates in the application review and appeal process, contributes to transfer scholarship strategy and award process, and monitors and recommends updates to University policy that impacts a transfer student's access to St. Cloud State University.
2 years related professional higher education experience in admissions or student services oriented work
Knowledge of recruitment and enrollment practices and policies
Excellent written and oral communication and organizational skills
Public presentation skills
Ability to interact with multiple and diverse groups of people and a commitment to fostering a diverse working and learning environment
Valid Driver's License
Master's degree in higher education, college counseling, or related program
Experience working with transfer students and adult learner population
Founded in 1869, St. Cloud State is an award-winning regional public university and proud member of the Minnesota State Universities & Colleges system. The 100-acre campus is about an hour northwest of Minneapolis and St. Paul, along the oak-crowned west bank of the Mississippi River. St. Cloud State students prepare for life, work and citizenship by exploring the world around them and making it better. St. Cloud State employees value active and applied learning, community engagement, sustainability, and global and cultural understanding. These commitments complement more than 200 majors, minors and pre-professional programs, 60 graduate programs and 250 student clubs and organizations. St. Cloud State began as a normal school in 1869 and became St. Cloud State Teachers College in 1921. Bachelor's degrees were first offered in 1925. Master's degrees debuted in 1957. In 1975, the institution became St. Cloud State University. In recent years, the University added applied doctoral programs in Higher Education Administration and Educational Administration and Leadership. A diverse mix of students from Midwestern towns and U.S. metropolitan areas are learning alongside more than 1,000 international students from about 80 nations.
Additional information on St. Cloud State University can be found here
Why Work For Us:
GREATBENEFITSPACKAGE! The State of Minnesota offers a comprehensive benefits package including low cost medical and dental insurance, employer paid life insurance, short and long term disability, pre-tax flexible spending accounts, retirement plan, tax-deferred compensation, generous vacation and sick leave, and 11 paid holidays each year
Internal Number: 2796
About Saint Cloud State University
St. Cloud State prepares students for life, work and citizenship in the 21st century. In our rigorous academic programs, students apply their knowledge in real-world settings. Our 200 academic programs, 60 graduate degrees and education abroad choices on six continents emphasize hands-on learning through community engagement and close interaction with professors. Couple that with support from the Career Services Center and you have a clear path to a career. Our 100-acre campus is between downtown St. Cloud and the Beaver Islands, a group of more than 30 islands that form a natural maze for a two-mile stretch of the Mississippi River.