DSO Front Desk
202 Peabody Hall
Front Desk Student Assistants ensure that all visitors and callers to the Dean of Students Office receive courteous and prompt attention. Front Desk Student Assistants greet office visitors and answer questions for students, staff and faculty, and other constituents. Front Desk Student Assistants connect visitors and callers to appropriate resources in the office and throughout campus. This position may assist with the organization and operations of the office and may also complete various administrative tasks or assist with special projects. This position requires patience, warmth, confidentiality, discretion and problem-solving skills.
Hitchcock Field and Fork Pantry
564 Newell Drive
Pantry Student Assistants create a welcoming environment in the Pantry and help all shoppers feel comfortable. Primarily, daily duties consist of conducting transactions through the usage of a computer and iPad forms, answering questions, and processing incoming food donations (labelling and stocking on shelves). Additionally, Pantry Student Assistants may be involved in other tasks like designing signage, brainstorming social media ideas, or attending tabling and outreach events on behalf of the Pantry. This position is somewhat stationary when working at the desk, and active when processing donations.
301 Peabody Hall
Care Team Student Assistants play a vital role in delivering support to their fellow students. Primarily, daily duties consist of answering questions and communicating via phone or in person with students, faculty, and family members. Student assistants will learn a great deal about the various resources on campus. Some individuals who contact or visit the Care Team are experiencing various levels of distress, and so Care Team Student Assistants will gain valuable experience with crisis management and communication strategies. Additionally, this role may also complete various paperwork and administrative tasks or assist with special projects. In this role, you will be stationed at a computer for the majority of your shifts.
Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution
SCCR Student Assistant
202 Peabody Hall
The Student Assistants in Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution will serve as the first point of contact for students and others seeking assistance in our department. Beyond the customer service aspect to their role they provide general support to the staff members in SCCR. The primary duties consist of extensive data base work, processing dean certifications, scanning documents, and conducting background checks. A person who is successful in this position has a high attention to detail, and the ability to create and maintain confidential records.