Interested in Summer Advising? Limited Number of Stipends Available

| January 26, 2015

This year the Academic Advising Center will have a limited number of advising stipends available for full-time faculty to aid in our summer freshmen and transfer student registration. Both new and veteran faculty are eligible. Academic Affairs mandates a mix of both new and experienced faculty on the summer team.

The positions call for a limited number of hours to be worked during the April-August registration season for group sessions for both freshmen and transfer students as well as individual appointments in the Academic Advising Center.

Schedule and Location

The Freshman Day programs—in April, May, June, and July– will maintain our traditional format of 24 students with two sessions of 36 planned for students pre-registered in Learning Communities. April programs will be on Saturday. After school is out, sessions will be on Monday mornings and Wednesday and Thursday afternoons. Advisors will once again meet in the East Academic Building

There will also be three evening group advising sessions for transfer students that veteran faculty will be asked to help with. Those programs will be for students from particular schools and colleges.

Individual advising appointments with new students are scheduled from May thru August. We will strive both to provide ample coverage throughout the summer while concentrating faculty advisor availability when students most need us.

The contact person for the summer program is Kim Kleinman, director of Undergraduate Academic Advising. If you are interested, contact him at kleinman@webster.edu.

Category: Faculty, St. Louis Campus News

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