Advise Honors students on academic goals, personal development, and post-undergraduate career and educational opportunities.
Provide information, advocacy and support to honors students regarding eligibility and requirements for graduation with Latin Honors.
Conduct orientation meetings and lead other presentations depending on professional expertise and interest.
Meet individually with advisees throughout the calendar year, including first-year and sophomore students for pre-registration advising in fall and spring semesters and annual advising meetings for Juniors and Seniors.
Communicate with advisees via email and telephone.
Enter PeopleSoft notes related to advising and other student documentation.
Evaluate students' Honors Experience petitions and requests for exceptions to UHP policy.
Assist students in identifying resources for undergraduate research, learning abroad opportunities, civic engagement, and academic success support.
Work with students experiencing academic challenges to help them create academic goals that will enable academic improvement.
Counsel students on personal issues affecting academic performance as appropriate, and make referrals to other University and community resources for specialized assistance or counseling services when needed.
Encourage qualified students to apply for appropriate departmental, college, national, and international scholarships.
10% Attend UHP staff meetings and UHP advisor meetings.
5% Conduct periodic reviews of student progress, including a comprehensive review of all advisee records in the late summer to verify completion of Honors requirements and eligibility to continue in Honors. Compile statistics at the Director's request. Write letters of recommendation for students.
5% Promote UHP and the U of M at Admissions Commitment Events, Sneak Preview Days, and various other events.
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