Scholarship Advisor Job Description
The Scholarship Advisor is essential to the development and continuing success of a Chapter. In Alpha Chi Rho, all Chapters are required to have a Scholarship Advisor to achieve and maintain active status within the National organization.
The Scholarship Advisor advises, guides, and mentors students, acts as a liaison between the Chapter and college, and helps the Chapter attain its goals consistent with the mission statement and landmarks of Alpha Chi Rho.
Determines the Chapter’s overall quality consistent with local and national policies.
Coaches individual Chapter members and becomes involved in the extracurricular life of the student to assist them in managing multiple demands of college life.
Provides assistance and means for students to meet their educational needs by accessing faculty or other relevant resources.
Develops a working rapport with all new members and assimilates them into the brotherhood through information sharing.
Actively communicates with the Chapter and National Office.
On a semester basis, prepares a summary report to National detailing scholarship activities. This would include awards or other recognition by the institution as well as pertinent academic highlights.
The successful Advisor understands the broad parameters of the job as well as expectations of the National organization.
Has a successful record of achievement in building alliances and creating educational pathways.
Meets or exceeds educational parameters of Alpha Chi Rho.
Has demonstrated leadership capabilities.
Advisor: Alpha Chi Rho understands that being a Scholarship Advisor to an undergraduate fraternity takes time, patience, devotion, and resources. Therefore, the Educational Foundation provides a $250.00 stipend each semester (maximum two semesters per year) to the Scholarship Advisor. Each stipend will be sent after National Headquarters receives the semester final report from the Scholarship Advisor.
Chapter: As an incentive to the undergraduate chapter to develop a strong relationship with a Scholarship Advisor who prepares necessary term reports, the Foundation makes a $250.00 grant to the chapter each time the National Fraternity receives the end-of-term report. The grant may be used for books, technology, or other educational materials.
Alpha Chi Rho Mission Statement:
"Alpha Chi Rho is to cultivate a lifelong Brotherhood where men challenge and inspire each other through Character, Honor, and Integrity, to improve themselves, the Fraternity, and society."