Student Visits with the Associate Dean
Office Hours Meeting Students
Dr. Jorge Iber is available to meet with students on a walk-in basis during his posted office hours.
Office hours are subject to change, please call 806.742.3831 for up to date information regarding student visiting schedules.
Some of the most common reasons to visit with Dr. Iber would be: Academic Suspension/Probation questions, approval to retake CLEP within 6 months, approval for concurrent enrollment, approval to transfer credit in the last 30 hours, possible grade appeals, approval to study abroad, continuing or enrolling for a second degree, Dean's approval to return after suspension.
Dr. Iber's Hours for the week of
January 20, 2020:
Monday, January 20, 2020
Tuesday, January 21, 2020
Wednesday, January 22, 2020
Thursday, January 23, 2020
8:00-9:30 & 3:45-4:45
Friday, January 24, 2020
8:00-9:30 & 3:45-4:45
Please Note listed office hours are for the Dean's Office,
Room 102 Holden Hall only.
Guiding Students From Admission Through Graduation
Jorge Iber, PhD, is Associate Dean in the Student Division of the College of Arts & Sciences. In this administrative capacity, he is responsible for supervising the manual degree auditing process for the college, serving as liaison to various student service offices throughout campus.
Iber manages advising issues for the College, certifies the academic progress of student athletes, assists in the various recruitment and retention activities, serves on Academic Council, Associate Deans Council, handles the processing of grade appeals and oversees the management of commencement exercises.
In his role as faculty member, Iber is a full professor in the Department of History with research interests focusing on the social significance of the history of Latinos/Latinas in US sport. He teaches a variety of courses, such as US Sports and Recreation, basic US history surveys, Texas History, and Mexican American History.
Among his numerous publications are nine books. One of his latest works is entitled Mike Torrez: A Baseball Biography (Jefferson, NC: McFarland Publishers, 2016). Another title, More than Just Peloteros, was published in 2015.