Assistant University Registrar, Transfer Credit Articulation
University of San Francisco
USF Hilltop Campus
Assistant University Registrar, Transfer Credit Articulation
The Assistant University Registrar, Transfer Credit Articulation has four primary responsibilities:
1. The review and maintenance of the University's transfer credit articulation agreements with participating California Community Colleges (CCC) and selected community colleges in Seattle, Washington.
2. The evaluation and entry of transfer credits in the Banner Student System for admissible transfer students.
3. The evaluation of transfer credits taken by enrolled University of San Francisco students via the Petition to Enroll at Another Institution (PEAI) process.
4. Supervision of the Transfer Articulation Adviser and the processing of transfer credits for admissible transfer students and the approved transfer credits received by enrolled students via the Petition to Enroll at Another Institution (PEAI) process.
Full Job Description:
The Assistant University Registrar engages with the articulation personnel at the CCCs and selected Seattle community colleges to ensure that agreed upon community college courses and their USF articulation are accurately maintained on the University's transfer credit articulation web site. He or she reviews and maintains the articulation of community college transfer courses in the Banner Student System. He or she provides quality control checks for entry of admitted students' transfer credits into Banner.
The Assistant University Registrar works closely with colleagues in the Center for Global Education, CASA, and the schools and college in counseling enrolled students on the PEAI process and their courses of interest at other institutions, and how those courses may or may not satisfy USF degree and departmental requirements.
The Assistant University Registrar supervises the Transfer Articulation Adviser-Manager and the processing of transfer credits for admissible transfer students and the approved transfer credits received by enrolled students via the PEAI process.
The Assistant University Registrar identifies opportunities for improvements and efficiencies in the transfer credit process. He or she also keeps up-to-date with transfer credit best practices and provides direction in this regard to the schools and college, and relevant colleagues in CASA, the Offices of the University Registrar, and Admission.
Essential Position Responsibilities
Review and maintain the University's transfer credit articulation agreements with participating California Community Colleges (CCC) and selected community colleges in Seattle, Washington. Review and maintain articulated community college transfer courses in the Banner. Review and maintain the transfer credit articulation web site. Supervise the Transfer Articulation Adviser and the processing of transfer credits for admissible transfer students and the approved transfer credits received by enrolled students via the PEAI process. Provide quality control for the entry of admitted students' transfer credits into Banner by Admission staff. Manage the PEAI process for enrolled students. Counsel and advise enrolled students who wish to take courses at another institution. Work closely with transfer admission colleagues to ensure timely, proper, and accurate application of admissible students' transfer credits. Serve as a training resource to the schools and college colleagues on transfer credit best practices. Serve as an ongoing advocate for transfer students. Work closely with ITS on Banner transfer credit issues, enhancements, and upgrades, including testing of patches and fixes. Work collaboratively with schools and college colleagues, identifies opportunities for improvements in the PEAI and transfer credit process. Keep current on transfer credit best practices. Familiarity with FERPA and student records privacy issues. Serve on system development and implementation teams, University committees and task forces. Provide excellent customer service to students, faculty, and colleagues; telephone, fax, and email inquiries. Review customer issues; use judgment and discretion to act when precedents do not exist. Document relevant procedures. Collect and analyze data in areas of responsibility; develop and present data to senior managers and executives. Assist in the preparations for the Grad Finale event and participates in the event. Assist in the preparation for Commencement and participates in the ceremonies. Serve as alternate to Registrar staff colleagues during periods of vacancies, vacation, and illness. Perform other duties as assigned.
The Assistant University Registrar reports to the Senior Associate Registrar, Chief Articulation Officer, and Director, Program & Curriculum Management.
Requirements: education, experience, knowledge, skills, abilities
- Bachelor's degree required.
- At least five years of progressive responsibility advising students of degree requirements, including transfer credit requirements and articulation.
- Familiarity with USF schools and college degree and curricular requirements a plus.
- Ability to work independently, effectively, and collegially with faculty, deans, staff, and senior administrators.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills.
- Occasional evening and weekend work expected.
- Motivating, positive personality.
- Respectful, friendly, and accountable.
- Excellent customer service skills.
- Superior problem-solving and multitasking skills.
- Understanding of and commitment to USF's Vision, Mission and Values.
To apply, visit https://usfca.wd5.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/USF_Staff/job/USF-Hilltop-Campus/Assistant-University-Registrar--Transfer-Credit-Articulation_R0002741.
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