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Hatcher helps students design individualized degrees

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Stanley Hatcher, Minneapolis, was appointed academic advisor in the College of Individualized Studies, Metropolitan State University, effective March 13. He provides a range of advising services to adult students designing and implementing individualized degree programs. In addition, he teaches select courses and workshops in the Individualized and Interdisciplinary Studies Department, oversees referrals, updates college materials, coordinates orientations and provides improvements of student data integrity and advising services.

Hatcher is transferring to this position after having worked as African/African-American student services coordinator and retention specialist since July 11, 2007. Prior to that, he worked at Minneapolis Community and Technical College (MCTC) for more than 16 years, most recently as program director in counseling and advising student support services, and as assistant director of the High School Upward Bound Program, a part of MCTC’s federal TRiO programs.

He holds a B.A. in human services administration from Metropolitan State University and is working on a master’s degree at St. Mary’s University of Minnesota, Minneapolis.

Metropolitan State University, a member of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system, is America’s premier university for lifelong learning, providing unsurpassed, competitive academic and professional degree programs at the bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral levels while maintaining affordability


 

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