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Minnesota State University, Mankato
Minnesota State University, Mankato

Student Services Coordinator

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Student Affairs Coordinator Job Description

Job Title:

Student Services Coordinator


Minnesota State Student Association, CSU 280


Reports directly to the MSSA President or designee. Student employee shall submit bi-weekly reports to MSSA President and monthly oral report to MSSA Senate and written transition document at end of each semester.

Job Summary:

The Student Affairs Coordinator shall be responsible for presenting the student viewpoint on student services to the University the and Vice President of Student Affairs.

Specific Goals/Duties:

  • To propose, develop, and advocate the student position on student services to the University and Vice President of Student Affairs.
  • Meet with the Vice President of Student Affairs for at least one hour every two weeks during the semester.
  • Increase communication between the Senate, RHA, ISA, SLD&SL, Panhellenic Council and the Interfraternity Council and seek their help in bettering MSU.
  • Fight for equality of standards in all athletic programs.
  • Work on parking and pedestrian issues on campus.
  • Report to Senate issues and recommendations from the Student Services Committee.
  • Be a part of the Meet & Discuss Team.
  • Be an ex-officio member of Ensuring Cultural Diversity Committee.
  • Work with all applicable offices.
  • Attend all MSSA cabinet meetings.
  • Attend and report to MSSA Senate two times each month.
  • Disseminate approved information to media outlets, MSSA, RSO's, and MSU students.
  • Keep weekly journal of all activities/contacts.
  • Perform other duties as the President may direct.


Contact all levels of personnel within MSU Mankato, the greater Mankato community, MSUSA, Minnesota State and any other relevant agencies/offices with regard to given position and duties.

Required Hours of Service:

Hold posted regular office hours at MSSA for a minimum of 3 hours per week to be accessible to MSSA staff, Senate and students. Complete all other assigned work each week at Coordinator's convenience.

Skills and Educational Requirements:

This student must demonstrate a good understanding of mass communications and public relations and have a desire to work in government affairs. The student shall also comply with all requirements set forth in the MSSA Constitution and Bylaws and shall submit official GPA to MSSA's administrative assistant at time of hire and at the beginning of each term of employment.