Lead and collaborate in the strategic coordination of recruitment/marketing, admissions, orientation, financial support, student experience, academic support, retention, and degree/goal attainment to fulfill the SON\u2019s mission and students\u2019 educational goals
Ensures that the Office of Recruitment and Admissions has resources and support to carry out all aspects of enrollment services.
Collaborates with the faculty and the Director for Recruitment and Admissions to increase the diversity of the student body and participates in university-wide diversity planning and implementation of diversity initiatives.
Secures scholarship and financial aid funding for students through grant writing and community partnerships. Consults with the OHSU Foundation regarding student scholarship support and alumni activities.
Ensures access to quality and effective learning support services for student success and retention across programs and campuses.
Represents the SON on OHSU councils and committees to enhance the quality of academic, social, and community development of students statewide.
Contributes to the development and implementation of OHSU student affairs policies, leading policy development in the SON
Collaborates with OHSU Student Access to ensure student accommodation for students with disabilities.
Supports and advocates for students throughout their educational experience.
Engages with the OHSU legal department, Risk Management, and AAEO and other OHSU services to ensure that students access resources and receive due process in all matters.
Serves as the SON Conduct officer and OHSU AAEO Liaison.
Collaborates with students, faculty, and staff to create a campus climate that is inclusive and promotes diversity in all of its various forms in student activities.
Provides education and training opportunities for faculty, staff, and students to advance the objectives of diversity and inclusiveness in the workplace and in clinical practice settings.
Oversees the visiting scholar program and participates in university international program planning and initiatives.
Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Dean.
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