The Academic Specialist Staff serve as a policy expert and resource for students and faculty regarding academic requirements for both undergraduate and graduate degrees. Additionally, Specialists process requests for change of majors, declaration of minors, and evaluate applications for graduation.
The Specialists are available for student appointments during regular business hours, Monday and Tuesday from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and Wednesday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. through 4:30 p.m., as well as via e-mail or phone. Appointment times are scheduled through your Specialist.
Academic Specialist – Student surnames A – E firstname.lastname@example.org (206) 296 – 5851
Academic Specialist – Student surnames F - K email@example.com(206) 296 – 5854
General Academic Specialist firstname.lastname@example.org
(206) 296 – 6414
The Administrative Staff serves as the primary walk-up, telephone, and email contact for faculty, staff, students, and the public.
The Operations staff provides technical information management and reporting support to Undergraduate and Graduate Admissions, Student Financial Services and the Office of the Registrar & Operations.
Data Processors enter student-related data and track all incoming forms for Admissions, Student Financial Services and the Office of the Registrar and Operations. Data Processors enter test scores, transcripts and other time sensitive information to ensure forms accuracy and to properly process. Document and refer data discrepancies and/or processing problems to the appropriate person/department.
Specialists oversee and monitor the production and accuracy of reports,
import appropriate data and audit in the Colleague system for accuracy.
Generate daily, weekly, quarterly and annual reports for Student
Financial Services, Undergraduate and Graduate Admissions and the Office
of the Registrar & Operations. Batch data communication codes to
increase data output accuracy. They develop, revise and update daily
production schedule and distribute reports to departments. Develop
ad-hoc reports. Additionally they work with Information Technology to
troubleshoot errors in reporting or uploads. Import inquires,
applications and test results from the WEB and audit for accuracy.