The position encompasses a wide array of duties and
responsibilities related to the education abroad function. These
responsibilities include a scope of duties that are diverse that
include student advising, academic record management, travel abroad
orientation, assessment of risk factors, and collaboration with
constituents internal and external to the University. Additional
general responsibilities are outlined below:
Responsible for advising students about study abroad, matching
students' interests based on majors, countries of interest, type of
opportunities (length of programs, faculty-led, internships).
Monitor Department of State travel warnings locations where NMSU
students are studying.
Coordinate with academic advisors, Financial Aid, foreign
university partners, and direct study abroad program providers.
Organize pre-departure orientations for students studying abroad
the next semester and co-organize new student orientations Fall and
Spring with International Student & Scholar Services
Responsible for admission, course registration for incoming
Supervise scheduling of student workers who give classroom
presentations on study abroad.
Billing student accounts for program fees, tuition, insurance
Event planning and advising of ASNMSU-chartered Study Abroad
Facilitate/manage Power of Attorney, to
parents/family/guardians, for students studying abroad
Designated J-1 Alternate Responsible Officer. Issue and monitor
DS-2019 immigration documents for incoming exchange students.
Provide immigration and visa advising.
Faculty Led International Programs organization: logistics,
program budget and vendor payments, liaison with provider and
Faculty Led International Program student management: all
paperwork, orientations, billing, and student advising.
Terra Dotta (Education Abroad software) data entry, maintenance
and analysis for report generation.