The Office of Academic Support Program for Student Athletes (ASPSA) comprehensive support program strives to meet the academic, personal and professional development needs of all student-athletes, promoting excellence and effectiveness in undergraduate and graduate education as well as leadership and civic engagement. We are committed to extending the educational experience of its constituency with particular emphasis on empowering student-athletes to become strong self-advocates, providing specialized initiatives to facilitate a smooth transition from high school to college and from college to professional life while successfully integrating student-athletes into the campus community; enhancing academic skills for student-athletes at all skill levels and providing academic support personalized to the needs of each student-athlete.
The Academic Coordinator will be responsible for implementing programs to assist and monitor football student-athletes’ academic progress toward their degree, providing academic support, and serving as a liaison with other campus support organizations.
Duties and Responsibilities: - Monitor academic progress and eligibility of assigned football student-athletes - Conduct weekly meetings with assigned caseload of students - Oversee structured academic environment for football - Assist in recruiting process for prospective student-athletes - Regular communication with coaches and administrators - Interpret and accurately apply NCAA, ACC, NC State, and ASPSA policies and procedures - Other campus liaison duties as assigned
Master’s degree required.
2-years of experience advising student-athletes
Working knowledge of NCAA rules and regulations
3-years of experience advising student-athletes
Demonstrated ability to interact with student-athletes from diverse backgrounds on a variety of issues
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