Undergraduate Program Coordinator | The Fashion School Handbook | Kent State University

Undergraduate Program Coordinator

The Undergraduate Program Coordinator is an administrative assignment of workload and is appointed by the Director after consultation with the Faculty Advisory Committee (hereinafter “FAC”).  The appointment is for a three (3) year term and is renewable. The Director will establish the 3-year rotation schedule, and will announce to the faculty when the 3-year term will expire.  The Undergraduate Program Coordinator is reviewed annually by the Director, and may be terminated at his/her sole discretion.  

    The Undergraduate Program Coordinator’s duties and responsibilities shall include but are not limited to the following:

a.    Preparing the schedule of classes, in consultation with the Director and faculty.

b.    Assisting in the assignment of instructors to courses.

c.    Overseeing the Academic Advising team in FDM.

d.    Serving as direct support for the students in terms of academic support.

e.    Serving as liaison to program counselors in the various Colleges and Schools.

f.    Approving course substitutions, individual investigations and transfer or transient credit.

g.    Serving as chair of the department Curriculum Committee in alternate years.

h.    Serving as the departmental representative on the College Curriculum Committee (“CCC”).

i.    Serving as chair of the Student Academic Complaint Committee.
j.    Performing other duties and tasks as assigned or delegated by the Director, including knowing and following all KSU procedures in all areas of operation.