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Vice President for Student Life

Employment

Executive Assistant

The Division of Student Life is committed to the philosophy of "Putting Students First."

The Vice President for Student Life/Dean of Students enhances the K-State student experience by providing important recruitment and retention functions for the University community and supports students in their academic, personal, and professional development.

The division includes a variety of departments, programs, and resources that promote student success both inside and outside of the classroom.

The Executive Assistant provides executive level support and project/event coordination for the Vice President for Student Life/Dean of Students; the Associate Vice President/Diversity & Multicultural Student Affairs; the Assistant Vice President/Department Head – Educational and Personal Development; the Assistant Vice President/Student Life Technology & Information Services; the Director of Parent and Family Relations; and the Assistant Director/Student Engagement

 

College Advising Fellow, Kansas State College Advising Corps (PDF)

The mission of the National College Advising Corps, of which the Kansas State College Advising Corps (KSCAC) is a constituent program, is to increase the number of first generation, low-income and underrepresented high school students entering and completing higher education. KSCAC places College Advising Fellows (hereafter referred to as College Advisers) full-time in select high schools in either Wyandotte or Johnson (KS) county. The College Adviser assists by providing guidance and encouragement needed for the students to navigate the college admissions and financial aid processes. College Advisers must be eligible to and shall enroll as AmeriCorps members, through the National College Advising Corps. The service term is limited to a maximum of two years.

College Advisers aim to help students find a “best-fit” post-secondary opportunity in order to increase the likelihood of post-secondary success in college or career. Additionally, advisers create and foster a college-going culture by engaging administration, teachers, and staff to help build an environment that encourages and supports college attendance and completion. The advisers are available to assist all students and families.