Student Success Advisor
As part of Minnesota State College Southeast's commitment to student success and ongoing institutional effectiveness, this position is responsible for developing, implementing, and coordinating retention-based outreach and student success initiatives to a diverse student population, specifically first generation, low income, and historically underserved.
The position will focus on supplemental advising support for students in two populations: those enrolled in the college's SNAP Employment & Training program and those participating in the college's Alternative Learning Center (ALC) scholarship program. Key functions include building awareness, acting as a liaison with all internal and external partners, collaborating with admissions department to ensure accuracy in the student enrollment process, as well as providing academic and non-academic advising and case-management to all students eligible for these programs.
In addition, this position will also serve as the main coordinator for non-academic student support on campus with the goal to enhance student persistence, retention, and completion.
To apply, visit: https://southeastmn.peopleadmin.com/postings/1517
Temporary Admissions Assistant
This position supports and manages daily administrative and logistical operations in support of the college admissions, enrollment, PSEO/Concurrent and international student functions. Focus on processing admission applications for PSEO/Concurrent. Responsible for managing the applicant and student modules within the Integrated Statewide Record System (ISRS) to ensure correct data. Ensure program application deadlines meet established guidelines, rules and statutes. Review and process placement waivers, process application fee waiver and forward notification to Business Office.
Time Frame Requested: March-September, 2021
Days/Times: M-F 9:00-3:00pm
Click to apply: https://southeastmn.peopleadmin.com/postings/1513
AmeriCorps VISTA Basic Needs Outreach Specialist, Winona Campus
This position supports Minnesota State College Southeast in coordinating and delivering basic needs services. Connects students to local drug and alcohol mitigation resources, expands food insecurity prevention efforts, facilitates partnerships with community food insecurity resources, supports the facilitation of the SNAP E&T Grant, participates in MNSure Navigator training and supporting student access to MNSure, facilitates connection with transportation services, and explores funding opportunities for basic needs services. Based on Winona campus, with regular travel to Red Wing campus and some remote work available. 12-month AmeriCorps VISTA commitment: Jun 1, 2021 – May 31, 2022. Training begins June 7, 2021 and college service begins June 8, 2021. Benefits include: $513.94 biweekly stipend, health coverage, and a $6,345 Segal Education Award upon completion of service term. View listing online and apply: https://my.americorps.gov/mp/listing/viewListing.do?fromSearch=true&id=102652 For assistance with the application, contact Arielle Pompilius at email@example.com or 651-317-9865.
Affirmative Action Plan
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Campus Security Report
Minnesota State College Southeast recognizes providing the safest environment possible is an integral element of the college's educational mission and annually publishes a Campus Security Report that is available to everyone. This report provides statements of policy for a broad range of safety and security programs including crime prevention programs, reporting crimes, personal safety, community relations, environmental safety, enforcement authority, evacuation procedures, and enforcement authority and response, and a 3-year statistical review of designated crimes on campus. The Campus Security Reports for MSC Southeast can be accessed at www.southeastmn.edu/security/