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Coordinator, Center for Scholars
Transforming Student Lives:
CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY
CSU Fullerton is a comprehensive, regional
university serving a diverse student population of
over 37,000, including international students
representing 80 nations. Located on a 236 acre
campus in Orange County, California, it is a
technologically rich and culturally vibrant area
south of metropolitan Los Angeles.
The University offers 55 undergraduate and 50
graduate degree programs, including a doctorate
in education and a doctorate in nursing, in a
richly diverse environment. US. News & World
Report ranks CSU Fullerton among the five top
public regional universities in the west. The
campus has a silver rating from the Association of
Sustainability in Higher Education. Diverse Issues
in Higher Education ranks the campus as eighth
in the nation in terms of baccalaureate degrees
awarded to students of color, and Hispanic
Outlook in Higher Education ranks CS U
Fullerton first in California and fifth in the
nation among top colleges and universities
awarding Bachelor’s degrees to Hispanics. The
University is designated as a Hispanic Serving
Institute, as well as an Asian American Pacific
Islander Serving Institution.
Advancing academic excellence, leadership,
and service through student-centered programing.
A unit within the portfolio of the Associate Vice President for Student
Affairs- Student Retention Cluster, the Center for Scholars and
Scholarships exist to create learning environments and opportunities that
support the university and scholarships by providing cutting edge
centralized academic support services that foster exceptional persistence
superior achievement and timely graduation for all students.
ABOUT THE POSITION
Under the direction of the Director of Center Scholars, this transformative
leader provides assistance in transformational and identity conscious program
planning and implementation.
Develops and implements programming that incorporates High
Impact Practices for students in all scholarship programs, assists in the
coordination of workshops and seminars and conducts evaluation and
assessment of program for all scholarship and department programs
that are housed in the Center.
Provides assistance in advising, retention, outreach, assessment,
program coordination and development, and promoting the Titan
In collaboration with university offices, develops and implements
transformational programs geared toward assisting students in
identifying appropriate academic and support resources to improve
retention of our first generation and underrepresented freshman and
Serves as the lead for outreach presentations, working collaboratively
with external and internal partners within the K-12 community,
Community College, non-profit and community based agencies
that support our student populations.
Collaborates broadly to improve outcomes related to the recruitment,
development, enrichment, inclusion, retention, and experience of
students on campus.
For more information, please contact Deanna Merino-Contino,
Director, Center for Scholars at firstname.lastname@example.org or
at (657) 278-7418.
For more information about this position please visit our Human Resources website at http://hr.fullerton.edu/
Check out our Division Website at: http://www.fullerton.edu/sa/
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