Nestled between the foothills of the Wasatch Mountains and Salt Lake City, the state’s capitol, the University of Utah is the state’s public flagship institution and a top-tier research university classified by the Carnegie Foundation among the 131 research universities with the “highest research activity” in the nation. The “U” is a PAC-12 institution with a total enrollment over 33,000 and an undergraduate enrollment over 24,500. The U is committed to providing an exceptional academic and co-curricular experience for students and community engagement.
The Office of Admissions is a dynamic and growing organization committed to assisting future students learn about and enroll at the University of Utah. We are looking for passionate team members to help us expand our recruitment reach in- and out-of-state, continue to increase our new student enrollment, and shape the entering class.
Reporting the Associate Director for Diversity Recruitment and Community Engagement, this newly created admissions counselor position will be an integral part of our team responsible for recruiting and enrolling new undergraduate students particularly from traditionally underrepresented populations in higher education and the University of Utah. This position will serve as an advisor to prospective students, their families, secondary school counselors and influences in the college decision making process. The successful candidate will develop an in-depth understanding of admissions practices, institutional policies, and program offerings in order to effectively recruit students. This is a campus-based position located in the Emma Eccles Jones Welcome Center in the Gardner Commons building, a state-of-the-art building in the heart of campus.
Requires a bachelor’s degree and 2-4 years’ related experience, or equivalency.
Internal Number: PRN26273B
About University of Utah
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