Director of Human Resources

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Coe College
Location
Cedar Rapids, IA, 52402

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Director of Human Resources Director of Human Resources Director of Human Resources Director of Human Resources Coe College seeks qualified candidates for the position of Director of Human Resources. This position is a partner to strategic business functions and cultural development and practices, partnering with offices across campus to identify needs and implement processes that support and foster the talent and culture of the college. They will plan, lead, and manage human resources functions for the college, including the recruitment of talent, onboarding, benefits, payroll, employee relations and employment law. Consult with faculty, staff and managers/supervisors regarding a wide array of human resources needs, maintaining positive communication and relationships, and providing expertise as needed. Essential Job Responsibilities:
  • Compensation and Benefits (30%)
  • Oversee payroll administration and processes.
  • Oversee benefit selection, administration and lead planning for the retirement plan oversight committee.
  • Maintain classification system/compensation program, reviewing salary data to ensure equity, providing guidance and data to senior leadership and faculty committees as requested.
  • Oversee implementation of annual salary increases and total compensation
  • Employee/Labor Relations (10%)
  • Consult with departments and managers/supervisors regarding staff performance management or progressive discipline, leading investigations and separation processes as necessary.
  • Provide employee and labor relations resources and expertise, interpreting and amending policy as necessary. Interpret contract language and act as a resource for compliance with collective bargaining agreements, participating in contract negotiation when needed.
  • Employment/Talent Management (25%)
  • Coordinate recruitment process, provide resources/consultation as needed for: job descriptions, advertising sources, interview/selection, and maintenance of recruitment records
  • Develop and implement recruiting strategies that further the college goals to become a more diverse faculty and staff community
  • Oversee and direct new employee orientation and onboarding programs, including resources for supervisors and department support positions.
  • Maintain performance review templates, process, and tracking of completion
  • Develop and facilitate education for managers/supervisors, employee development and compliance.
  • Compliance/Administrative (25%)
  • Interpret policy and provide guidance for required employment processes, including completion of background checks, employment verifications, and unemployment claims completed by HR Assistant.
  • Coordinate compliance with state, federal and higher education requirements related to human resources, providing reports as necessary
  • Oversee accuracy of Human Resource Information System (HRIS) data and process for any salary surveys and required reporting for Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS), Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO), etc.
  • Maintain personnel and medical files and provide resources for management files/record keeping. Maintain organization charts.
  • Serve as a deputy Title IX Coordinator, partnering on policy with Title IX Coordinator, particularly for components affective faculty and staff, and investigation policies. Lead decisions for process of Title IX investigations involving faculty and staff.
  • Employee Engagement (10%)
  • Create/administer employee engagement/retention programs – recognition, cultural management and other institutional programs
  • Participate in Staff Advisory Group (SAG), serving as a resource and partner in staff retention and development opportunities
  • Partner with Health and Wellness to provide employee opportunities for well-being assessment and programming
  • Partner with the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) to offer programming, education, and development opportunities for faculty and staff
  • Qualifications:
    • Bachelor’s degree in business, human resources or a related field and at least three years human resources experience in a generalist role. Master’s degree in Human Resources, business administration or related field preferred.
    • PHR/SPHR or SHRM CP/SCP preferred.
    • Ability to complete Title IX Investigator certification.
    • Successful completion of a background, credit and driver checks in accordance with Coe College policy.
    Knowledge, Skills and Competencies: Position Specific:
    • Extensive knowledge of federal regulations, policies and procedures concerning employment law, benefits, recruitment and human resources compliance.
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, attention to detail, high prioritization skills, and the ability to maintain effective work relationships with all constituencies of the college.
    • Proficient in education facilitation, strategic planning and conflict resolution.
    • Demonstrates a strong understanding of diversity, equity and inclusion principles, including cultural competency, ability to identify bias in policy and practice, and ability to maintain healthy work relationships with a diverse faculty, staff and student body.
    • Exemplary leadership skills, in demonstrating and modeling behavior and organizational competencies.
    • Ability to utilize critical thinking skills to analyze organizational needs, evaluate financial resources, and make recommendations to employees and leaders at all levels.
    • Ability to present information publicly and positively, through education in compliance, development and compensation/benefits.
    Coe Competencies:
    • Dedication to the educational mission of a private, residential liberal arts college.
    • Ability to maintain positive relationships in a collaborative and diverse team atmosphere.
    • Commitment to excellent customer and/or student service.
    • Demonstrated ethical and responsible decision making.
    • Consistent attendance and accountability necessary to meet position objectives.
    Working Conditions and Physical Requirements:
    • Typical office setting.
    Coe is committed to fostering a multicultural environment and encourages applications from individuals who will help fulfill that goal. We value the input of multiple viewpoints and diverse perspectives and aim to create an academic community that is rich with cultural, social and intellectual diversity. Coe College is an equal opportunity employer. Coe College seeks qualified candidates for the position of Director of Human Resources. This position is a partner to strategic business functions and cultural development and practices, partnering with offices across campus to identify needs and implement processes that support and foster the talent and culture of the college. They will plan, lead, and manage human resources functions for the college, including the recruitment of talent, onboarding, benefits, payroll, employee relations and employment law. Consult with faculty, staff and managers/supervisors regarding a wide array of human resources needs, maintaining positive communication and relationships, and providing expertise as needed. Coe College seeks qualified candidates for the position of Director of Human Resources. This position is a partner to strategic business functions and cultural development and practices, partnering with offices across campus to identify needs and implement processes that support and foster the talent and culture of the college. They will plan, lead, and manage human resources functions for the college, including the recruitment of talent, onboarding, benefits, payroll, employee relations and employment law. Consult with faculty, staff and managers/supervisors regarding a wide array of human resources needs, maintaining positive communication and relationships, and providing expertise as needed. Essential Job Responsibilities: Essential Job Responsibilities: Essential Job Responsibilities:
    • Compensation and Benefits (30%)
    • Oversee payroll administration and processes.
    • Oversee benefit selection, administration and lead planning for the retirement plan oversight committee.
    • Maintain classification system/compensation program, reviewing salary data to ensure equity, providing guidance and data to senior leadership and faculty committees as requested.
    • Oversee implementation of annual salary increases and total compensation
  • Employee/Labor Relations (10%)
  • Consult with departments and managers/supervisors regarding staff performance management or progressive discipline, leading investigations and separation processes as necessary.
  • Provide employee and labor relations resources and expertise, interpreting and amending policy as necessary. Interpret contract language and act as a resource for compliance with collective bargaining agreements, participating in contract negotiation when needed.
  • Employment/Talent Management (25%)
  • Coordinate recruitment process, provide resources/consultation as needed for: job descriptions, advertising sources, interview/selection, and maintenance of recruitment records
  • Develop and implement recruiting strategies that further the college goals to become a more diverse faculty and staff community
  • Oversee and direct new employee orientation and onboarding programs, including resources for supervisors and department support positions.
  • Maintain performance review templates, process, and tracking of completion
  • Develop and facilitate education for managers/supervisors, employee development and compliance.
  • Compliance/Administrative (25%)
  • Interpret policy and provide guidance for required employment processes, including completion of background checks, employment verifications, and unemployment claims completed by HR Assistant.
  • Coordinate compliance with state, federal and higher education requirements related to human resources, providing reports as necessary
  • Oversee accuracy of Human Resource Information System (HRIS) data and process for any salary surveys and required reporting for Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS), Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO), etc.
  • Maintain personnel and medical files and provide resources for management files/record keeping. Maintain organization charts.
  • Serve as a deputy Title IX Coordinator, partnering on policy with Title IX Coordinator, particularly for components affective faculty and staff, and investigation policies. Lead decisions for process of Title IX investigations involving faculty and staff.
  • Employee Engagement (10%)
  • Create/administer employee engagement/retention programs – recognition, cultural management and other institutional programs
  • Participate in Staff Advisory Group (SAG), serving as a resource and partner in staff retention and development opportunities
  • Partner with Health and Wellness to provide employee opportunities for well-being assessment and programming
  • Partner with the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) to offer programming, education, and development opportunities for faculty and staff
  • Compensation and Benefits (30%)
  • Oversee payroll administration and processes.
  • Oversee benefit selection, administration and lead planning for the retirement plan oversight committee.
  • Maintain classification system/compensation program, reviewing salary data to ensure equity, providing guidance and data to senior leadership and faculty committees as requested.
  • Oversee implementation of annual salary increases and total compensation
  • Compensation and Benefits (30%) Compensation and Benefits (30%)
  • Oversee payroll administration and processes.
  • Oversee benefit selection, administration and lead planning for the retirement plan oversight committee.
  • Maintain classification system/compensation program, reviewing salary data to ensure equity, providing guidance and data to senior leadership and faculty committees as requested.
  • Oversee implementation of annual salary increases and total compensation
  • Oversee payroll administration and processes.
  • Oversee payroll administration and processes.
  • Oversee benefit selection, administration and lead planning for the retirement plan oversight committee.
  • Oversee benefit selection, administration and lead planning for the retirement plan oversight committee.
  • Maintain classification system/compensation program, reviewing salary data to ensure equity, providing guidance and data to senior leadership and faculty committees as requested.
  • Maintain classification system/compensation program, reviewing salary data to ensure equity, providing guidance and data to senior leadership and faculty committees as requested.
  • Oversee implementation of annual salary increases and total compensation
  • Oversee implementation of annual salary increases and total compensation
  • Employee/Labor Relations (10%)
  • Consult with departments and managers/supervisors regarding staff performance management or progressive discipline, leading investigations and separation processes as necessary.
  • Provide employee and labor relations resources and expertise, interpreting and amending policy as necessary. Interpret contract language and act as a resource for compliance with collective bargaining agreements, participating in contract negotiation when needed.
  • Employee/Labor Relations (10%) Employee/Labor Relations (10%)
  • Consult with departments and managers/supervisors regarding staff performance management or progressive discipline, leading investigations and separation processes as necessary.
  • Provide employee and labor relations resources and expertise, interpreting and amending policy as necessary. Interpret contract language and act as a resource for compliance with collective bargaining agreements, participating in contract negotiation when needed.
  • Consult with departments and managers/supervisors regarding staff performance management or progressive discipline, leading investigations and separation processes as necessary.
  • Consult with departments and managers/supervisors regarding staff performance management or progressive discipline, leading investigations and separation processes as necessary.
  • Provide employee and labor relations resources and expertise, interpreting and amending policy as necessary. Interpret contract language and act as a resource for compliance with collective bargaining agreements, participating in contract negotiation when needed.
  • Provide employee and labor relations resources and expertise, interpreting and amending policy as necessary. Interpret contract language and act as a resource for compliance with collective bargaining agreements, participating in contract negotiation when needed.
  • Employment/Talent Management (25%)
  • Coordinate recruitment process, provide resources/consultation as needed for: job descriptions, advertising sources, interview/selection, and maintenance of recruitment records
  • Develop and implement recruiting strategies that further the college goals to become a more diverse faculty and staff community
  • Oversee and direct new employee orientation and onboarding programs, including resources for supervisors and department support positions.
  • Maintain performance review templates, process, and tracking of completion
  • Develop and facilitate education for managers/supervisors, employee development and compliance.
  • Employment/Talent Management (25%) Employment/Talent Management (25%)
  • Coordinate recruitment process, provide resources/consultation as needed for: job descriptions, advertising sources, interview/selection, and maintenance of recruitment records
  • Develop and implement recruiting strategies that further the college goals to become a more diverse faculty and staff community
  • Oversee and direct new employee orientation and onboarding programs, including resources for supervisors and department support positions.
  • Maintain performance review templates, process, and tracking of completion
  • Develop and facilitate education for managers/supervisors, employee development and compliance.
  • Coordinate recruitment process, provide resources/consultation as needed for: job descriptions, advertising sources, interview/selection, and maintenance of recruitment records
  • Coordinate recruitment process, provide resources/consultation as needed for: job descriptions, advertising sources, interview/selection, and maintenance of recruitment records
  • Develop and implement recruiting strategies that further the college goals to become a more diverse faculty and staff community
  • Develop and implement recruiting strategies that further the college goals to become a more diverse faculty and staff community
  • Oversee and direct new employee orientation and onboarding programs, including resources for supervisors and department support positions.
  • Oversee and direct new employee orientation and onboarding programs, including resources for supervisors and department support positions.
  • Maintain performance review templates, process, and tracking of completion
  • Maintain performance review templates, process, and tracking of completion
  • Develop and facilitate education for managers/supervisors, employee development and compliance.
  • Develop and facilitate education for managers/supervisors, employee development and compliance.
  • Compliance/Administrative (25%)
  • Interpret policy and provide guidance for required employment processes, including completion of background checks, employment verifications, and unemployment claims completed by HR Assistant.
  • Coordinate compliance with state, federal and higher education requirements related to human resources, providing reports as necessary
  • Oversee accuracy of Human Resource Information System (HRIS) data and process for any salary surveys and required reporting for Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS), Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO), etc.
  • Maintain personnel and medical files and provide resources for management files/record keeping. Maintain organization charts.
  • Serve as a deputy Title IX Coordinator, partnering on policy with Title IX Coordinator, particularly for components affective faculty and staff, and investigation policies. Lead decisions for process of Title IX investigations involving faculty and staff.
  • Compliance/Administrative (25%) Compliance/Administrative (25%)
  • Interpret policy and provide guidance for required employment processes, including completion of background checks, employment verifications, and unemployment claims completed by HR Assistant.
  • Coordinate compliance with state, federal and higher education requirements related to human resources, providing reports as necessary
  • Oversee accuracy of Human Resource Information System (HRIS) data and process for any salary surveys and required reporting for Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS), Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO), etc.
  • Maintain personnel and medical files and provide resources for management files/record keeping. Maintain organization charts.
  • Serve as a deputy Title IX Coordinator, partnering on policy with Title IX Coordinator, particularly for components affective faculty and staff, and investigation policies. Lead decisions for process of Title IX investigations involving faculty and staff.
  • Interpret policy and provide guidance for required employment processes, including completion of background checks, employment verifications, and unemployment claims completed by HR Assistant.
  • Interpret policy and provide guidance for required employment processes, including completion of background checks, employment verifications, and unemployment claims completed by HR Assistant.
  • Coordinate compliance with state, federal and higher education requirements related to human resources, providing reports as necessary
  • Coordinate compliance with state, federal and higher education requirements related to human resources, providing reports as necessary
  • Oversee accuracy of Human Resource Information System (HRIS) data and process for any salary surveys and required reporting for Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS), Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO), etc.
  • Oversee accuracy of Human Resource Information System (HRIS) data and process for any salary surveys and required reporting for Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS), Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO), etc.
  • Maintain personnel and medical files and provide resources for management files/record keeping. Maintain organization charts.
  • Maintain personnel and medical files and provide resources for management files/record keeping. Maintain organization charts.
  • Serve as a deputy Title IX Coordinator, partnering on policy with Title IX Coordinator, particularly for components affective faculty and staff, and investigation policies. Lead decisions for process of Title IX investigations involving faculty and staff.
  • Serve as a deputy Title IX Coordinator, partnering on policy with Title IX Coordinator, particularly for components affective faculty and staff, and investigation policies. Lead decisions for process of Title IX investigations involving faculty and staff.
  • Employee Engagement (10%)
  • Create/administer employee engagement/retention programs – recognition, cultural management and other institutional programs
  • Participate in Staff Advisory Group (SAG), serving as a resource and partner in staff retention and development opportunities
  • Partner with Health and Wellness to provide employee opportunities for well-being assessment and programming
  • Partner with the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) to offer programming, education, and development opportunities for faculty and staff
  • Employee Engagement (10%) Employee Engagement (10%)
  • Create/administer employee engagement/retention programs – recognition, cultural management and other institutional programs
  • Participate in Staff Advisory Group (SAG), serving as a resource and partner in staff retention and development opportunities
  • Partner with Health and Wellness to provide employee opportunities for well-being assessment and programming
  • Partner with the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) to offer programming, education, and development opportunities for faculty and staff
  • Create/administer employee engagement/retention programs – recognition, cultural management and other institutional programs
  • Create/administer employee engagement/retention programs – recognition, cultural management and other institutional programs
  • Participate in Staff Advisory Group (SAG), serving as a resource and partner in staff retention and development opportunities
  • Participate in Staff Advisory Group (SAG), serving as a resource and partner in staff retention and development opportunities
  • Partner with Health and Wellness to provide employee opportunities for well-being assessment and programming
  • Partner with Health and Wellness to provide employee opportunities for well-being assessment and programming
  • Partner with the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) to offer programming, education, and development opportunities for faculty and staff
  • Partner with the Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) to offer programming, education, and development opportunities for faculty and staff Qualifications: Qualifications: Qualifications:
    • Bachelor’s degree in business, human resources or a related field and at least three years human resources experience in a generalist role. Master’s degree in Human Resources, business administration or related field preferred.
    • PHR/SPHR or SHRM CP/SCP preferred.
    • Ability to complete Title IX Investigator certification.
    • Successful completion of a background, credit and driver checks in accordance with Coe College policy.
  • Bachelor’s degree in business, human resources or a related field and at least three years human resources experience in a generalist role. Master’s degree in Human Resources, business administration or related field preferred.
  • Bachelor’s degree in business, human resources or a related field and at least three years human resources experience in a generalist role. Master’s degree in Human Resources, business administration or related field preferred.
  • PHR/SPHR or SHRM CP/SCP preferred.
  • PHR/SPHR or SHRM CP/SCP preferred.
  • Ability to complete Title IX Investigator certification.
  • Ability to complete Title IX Investigator certification.
  • Successful completion of a background, credit and driver checks in accordance with Coe College policy.
  • Successful completion of a background, credit and driver checks in accordance with Coe College policy. Knowledge, Skills and Competencies: Knowledge, Skills and Competencies: Knowledge, Skills and Competencies: Position Specific: Position Specific:
    • Extensive knowledge of federal regulations, policies and procedures concerning employment law, benefits, recruitment and human resources compliance.
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, attention to detail, high prioritization skills, and the ability to maintain effective work relationships with all constituencies of the college.
    • Proficient in education facilitation, strategic planning and conflict resolution.
    • Demonstrates a strong understanding of diversity, equity and inclusion principles, including cultural competency, ability to identify bias in policy and practice, and ability to maintain healthy work relationships with a diverse faculty, staff and student body.
    • Exemplary leadership skills, in demonstrating and modeling behavior and organizational competencies.
    • Ability to utilize critical thinking skills to analyze organizational needs, evaluate financial resources, and make recommendations to employees and leaders at all levels.
    • Ability to present information publicly and positively, through education in compliance, development and compensation/benefits.
  • Extensive knowledge of federal regulations, policies and procedures concerning employment law, benefits, recruitment and human resources compliance.
  • Extensive knowledge of federal regulations, policies and procedures concerning employment law, benefits, recruitment and human resources compliance.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, attention to detail, high prioritization skills, and the ability to maintain effective work relationships with all constituencies of the college.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, attention to detail, high prioritization skills, and the ability to maintain effective work relationships with all constituencies of the college.
  • Proficient in education facilitation, strategic planning and conflict resolution.
  • Proficient in education facilitation, strategic planning and conflict resolution.
  • Demonstrates a strong understanding of diversity, equity and inclusion principles, including cultural competency, ability to identify bias in policy and practice, and ability to maintain healthy work relationships with a diverse faculty, staff and student body.
  • Demonstrates a strong understanding of diversity, equity and inclusion principles, including cultural competency, ability to identify bias in policy and practice, and ability to maintain healthy work relationships with a diverse faculty, staff and student body.
  • Exemplary leadership skills, in demonstrating and modeling behavior and organizational competencies.
  • Exemplary leadership skills, in demonstrating and modeling behavior and organizational competencies.
  • Ability to utilize critical thinking skills to analyze organizational needs, evaluate financial resources, and make recommendations to employees and leaders at all levels.
  • Ability to utilize critical thinking skills to analyze organizational needs, evaluate financial resources, and make recommendations to employees and leaders at all levels.
  • Ability to present information publicly and positively, through education in compliance, development and compensation/benefits.
  • Ability to present information publicly and positively, through education in compliance, development and compensation/benefits. Coe Competencies: Coe Competencies:
    • Dedication to the educational mission of a private, residential liberal arts college.
    • Ability to maintain positive relationships in a collaborative and diverse team atmosphere.
    • Commitment to excellent customer and/or student service.
    • Demonstrated ethical and responsible decision making.
    • Consistent attendance and accountability necessary to meet position objectives.
  • Dedication to the educational mission of a private, residential liberal arts college.
  • Dedication to the educational mission of a private, residential liberal arts college.
  • Ability to maintain positive relationships in a collaborative and diverse team atmosphere.
  • Ability to maintain positive relationships in a collaborative and diverse team atmosphere.
  • Commitment to excellent customer and/or student service.
  • Commitment to excellent customer and/or student service.
  • Demonstrated ethical and responsible decision making.
  • Demonstrated ethical and responsible decision making.
  • Consistent attendance and accountability necessary to meet position objectives.
  • Consistent attendance and accountability necessary to meet position objectives. Working Conditions and Physical Requirements: Working Conditions and Physical Requirements: Working Conditions and Physical Requirements:
    • Typical office setting.
  • Typical office setting.
  • Typical office setting. Coe is committed to fostering a multicultural environment and encourages applications from individuals who will help fulfill that goal. We value the input of multiple viewpoints and diverse perspectives and aim to create an academic community that is rich with cultural, social and intellectual diversity. Coe College is an equal opportunity employer. Coe is committed to fostering a multicultural environment and encourages applications from individuals who will help fulfill that goal. We value the input of multiple viewpoints and diverse perspectives and aim to create an academic community that is rich with cultural, social and intellectual diversity. Coe College is an equal opportunity employer.

    Organization

     

    Coe College is a national, residential liberal arts college offering a broad array of programs in the arts, sciences and professions. The campus encompasses nearly 70 acres in the heart of Iowa’s second largest city, Cedar Rapids, and is adjacent to the MedQuarter Regional Medical District. 

    A member of the Associated Colleges of the Midwest (ACM), Coe enrolls 1,400 students and has approximately 415 full- and part-time employees. This includes nearly 90 full-time faculty members and 180 full-time staff members. The nine largest incoming classes in the college’s history have all come in the last nine years, with the most recent class totalling 436 students from 27 states and six countries.

    The college offers over 60 areas of study with a 4-4-1 academic calendar including an optional May Term. Nearly all students live on campus all four years, and 90% of students are involved in one or more co-curricular activities. 

    Producing 32 Fulbright Scholars in the last eight years, Coe has been named a top producer of U.S. Fulbright students when compared nationally with all colleges and universities. The college provides a highly personalized approach to education with an average class size of 16 students and a student faculty ratio of 11:1. Coe is ranked among the top 20% of all colleges and universities (according to U.S. News & World Report), and hosts a Phi Beta Kappa chapter.

    Coe’s nearly 70-acre campus includes 40 buildings and serves as an urban field station creating opportunities for students and faculty to research and study interaction of the city with the campus environment. An extension of campus includes Coe’s Wilderness Field Station, which is situated on 120 acres of land in the Boundary Waters of Minnesota. 

    Recent capital improvement projects exceeding $40 million in investments include the renovation and expansion of Coe’s athletic facilities, renovation of Hickok Hall, an addition to and renovation of Peterson Hall of Science and renovation of Stewart Memorial Library to create the Learning Commons. 

    For the past decade, nearly 100% of Coe graduates have been employed, in grad school, or engaging in public service within nine months of graduation. Our location in Cedar Rapids means students have access to an extensive network of employment, internship, research and networking opportunities. That’s why The Princeton Review ranks Coe as the #10 best private college in the nation for internships and the #20 best private college in the nation for alumni network.

    Our C3: Creativity, Careers, Community center is dedicated to working one-on-one with students to help them identify and land internship placements that match their unique interests and goals. Research opportunities have taken students to laboratories in the United Kingdom, Germany, China, and many other locations around the world. Students can participate in one of over 40 off-campus study programs in Washington, DC; New York City; and dozens of foreign countries.

     

     

     

     

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    52402
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