Jennifer Sick resigns as Registrar at Minot State
Minot State Registrar Jennifer Sick will resign affective this August to accept a position with Minot Public Schools. Sick started with Minot State as a student in 2003 and was promoted to registrar in August 2008.
"While it will be tough to replace Jennifer, we are glad to see her pursue her desire to be involved with special education," Gary Rabe, vice president for academic affairs, stated. "Jennifer earned her masterís degree in special education, and we wish her the best as she applies her knowledge from that field into the classroom. Jennifer was a key leader in many new initiatives at MSU. She has been a progressive and respected leader on campus."
The registrar is responsible for the oversight and management of registration and student records.
Sick began her employment at Minot State University in August 2003 as a part-time scheduling coordinator in the student records office. At the time, she was a full-time student finishing her bachelorís degree in elementary education and special education; she graduated in December 2005. In February 2006, Sick was promoted to associate registrar. She earned a Master of Science degree in special education from MSU in 2009 and was a 2008 recipient of an MSU Board of Regents Staff Achievement Award.
"Iíll miss a lot of the individuals that Iíve worked with over the years, yet, I am very grateful for the responsibilities Iíve been given and the chance to grow and learn," Sick said. As registrar, Sick oversaw a team whose tasks included maintaining the undergraduate catalog, scheduling courses and classroom space, maintaining records, advising students, assigning advisers, evaluating transfer credit, providing official and unofficial transcripts and training users of the PeopleSoft student database.
Rabe said discussions are underway concerning strategies to find her replacement.