Indianapolis, IN (PRWEB) October 01, 2012
Franklin University, one of the leading educators of working adults, announced it has appointed Roland Graham as the Student Support Coordinator of its Indianapolis location. Graham most recently served as a Program Consultant for Orbis Education.
“The role of a Student Support Coordinator requires an individual who can successfully generate a level of engagement that ultimately helps create a successful learning experience,” said Marnie Glanner, Executive Director of Franklin University’s Indianapolis location. “Roland has a strong background in higher education and customer service and understands the unique needs of today’s adult students.”
Graham’s position will help develop a strategic focus on the University’s graduate programs to students in Indianapolis. As the Student Support Coordinator, Graham will act as a liaison between Franklin University and students, providing guidance on the University’s numerous academic offerings and student-centered assistance.
In accepting his position, Graham said, “I have a strong commitment to developing relationships with students to provide the value-added benefit that helps them attain their education and career goals. I am excited by the opportunity to be part of a University so dedicated to supporting adults advance and succeed in the personal and professional lives.”
An advocate of higher education, Graham has served as Program Consultant for Orbis Education, helping prospective students navigate the benefits and application process for their online nursing program. In addition, he has served as Assistant Director of Admissions for Brown Macke College, serving as liaison between admissions and students. His customer service training was honed while serving as a personal banker experience at Old National Bank.
Carrying his passion for higher education into his personal life, Graham also volunteered his time to the IUPUI Upward Bound Program, providing supervision, guidance, and mentoring to students as well as creating and implementing program activities.
Since its expansion into Indianapolis, Franklin University has had a strong involvement with Indiana’s adult students. The University engages constituencies not only to provide services, but also to incorporate them into the University’s planning process and to build solid relationships that benefit the University, its students, and the community at large.
Graham earned his Bachelor of Science in Public Affairs from Indiana University.
About Franklin University
Founded in 1902, Franklin University is the leading and most experienced educator of adult students. Nationally recognized for its student-centered approach, the University offers accessible, relevant, and high-quality education to more than 11,000 students annually, both on campus and online. Franklin University graduates more than 1,500 students each year.
Franklin University in Indianapolis, IN is regulated by: The Indiana Commission on Proprietary Education, 302 W. Washington St., Room E201, Indianapolis, IN 46204, Toll Free Number 1.800.227.5695 or 317.232.1320.
Franklin University is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, 30 N. LaSalle St., Suite 2400, Chicago, IL 60602-2504, 312.263.0456.