University of Nebraska-Lincoln Seeks Student Success Coach

Posted on June 17, 2022
University of Nebraska-Lincoln Seeks Student Success Coach
Position Title: 

Student Success Coach


Position Summary:

The Student Success team in the University of Nebraska-Lincoln College of Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources (UNL CASNR) is growing! We are hiring a Student Success Coach to assist with student support and programming. CASNR is a college community that cares deeply about our students and their success. Some programming opportunities are: co-advising our Minorities in Agriculture & Natural Resources (MANRRS) chapter, facilitating our CASNR Emerging Leaders in Diversity program, and assisting with planning and coordination for our Change Maker scholarship program. Please reach out to Megan Rothenberger at with questions.


The CASNR (College of Agriculture and Natural Resources) Student Success Coach contributes to the success of undergraduate students enrolled in the College. Responsibilities include: 1) proactively engaging with students through the college’s academic success programming and CASNR CARES (Caring Attitudes and Respect for Every Student); 2) using provided university and college analytics and data to coordinate appropriate outreach and response using a variety of methods (i.e., in-person, email, text, phone, etc.) to targeted student populations; 3) leveraging a community of collaborative relationships with student success stakeholders across students and the University to promote student persistence and academic success; and 4) coordinating college-level inclusive excellence programs to increase sense of belonging, access, and success among all CASNR undergraduate students.
Minimum Required: 
Bachelor’s degree plus two years of experience working with students, educators, and business professionals, in an advisory role required. Master’s degree in student affairs, educational administration, counseling, or related fields may substitute for two years of experience. Demonstrated capacity for project management, writing, and public speaking skills. Ability to communicate effectively in a wide range of situations. Ability to use data to assist in decision making, advising software programs, student information systems, and common office technology software systems. Ability to work as an effective team member.
Master’s degree in student affairs, educational administration, counseling, or related fields. Experience working at a post-secondary educational institution. Experience providing student success support for first generation, low-income, and/or minority college students. Demonstrated counseling skills. Experience working with diverse student populations in order to apply inclusive advising strategies.
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