Enrollment related articles

University of Alabama  — Assistant Vice President for Enrollment Management

University of Alabama — Assistant Vice President for Enrollment Management

UA seeks a leader to serve as the Assistant Vice President for Enrollment Management who is driven and ready to grow a sustainable enrollment model that is the envy of higher education.

Robert Morris University — Vice President, Enrollment Management

Robert Morris University — Vice President, Enrollment Management

Through leadership of the offices of Admissions and Financial Aid, the vice president will lead a bold, innovative and data-informed strategy to achieve enrollment goals.

University of Houston- Clear Lake — Vice President for Strategic Enrollment Management

University of Houston- Clear Lake — Vice President for Strategic Enrollment Management

The Vice President will design, implement, and monitor enrollment targets, recruitment objectives, tactics, and strategies to advance and enhance the institution’s strategic enrollment management and marketing plans.

Husson University — Vice President for Enrollment Management

Husson University — Vice President for Enrollment Management

The VPEM will be expected to unite the enrollment division around a comprehensive vision and strategy through team building, professional development, and process improvement.

The University of Vermont — Vice Provost for Enrollment Management

The University of Vermont — Vice Provost for Enrollment Management

The University of Vermont, one of the oldest universities in America, seeks an exceptional enrollment leader to serve as Vice Provost for Enrollment Management and further advance a vital unit within one of the nation’s premier small public research universities. 

Teachers College Columbia University — Associate Vice President and Chief Enrollment Officer

Teachers College Columbia University — Associate Vice President and Chief Enrollment Officer

The associate vice president and chief enrollment officer will provide leadership to the admissions, financial aid, registrar and enrollment marketing and communications functions in order to attract and enroll the next generation of leaders in education, health and psychology, who will transform their fields and create pathways for all to flourish.

Washington State University — Vice Provost for Enrollment Management

Washington State University — Vice Provost for Enrollment Management

As the chief enrollment officer for the WSU system, the Vice Provost will help lead the university through and beyond one of the most challenging and disruptive times in higher education brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic and better position WSU for the future.

The College of the Holy Cross — Vice Provost for Enrollment Management

The College of the Holy Cross — Vice Provost for Enrollment Management

The Vice Provost will lead a talented team of admissions and financial aid professionals charged with recruiting, assessing, financing, and enrolling the next generation of Holy Cross students.

Clarke University — Vice President for Enrollment Management

Clarke University — Vice President for Enrollment Management

The selected candidate will play a central role in achieving the University’s strategic priorities and is involved in senior-level conversations and inclusive decision-making concerning the future of the University.

Franklin College — Vice President for Enrollment and Marketing

Franklin College — Vice President for Enrollment and Marketing

The vice president will serve as the college’s chief strategist of matters related to admissions, financial aid and marketing, and manage directors and professional staff within those areas of responsibility.

Miami University — Senior Assistant Director, Enrollment Marketing and Communication

Miami University — Senior Assistant Director, Enrollment Marketing and Communication

The Senior Assistant Director, Enrollment Marketing and Communication makes data-informed decisions to plan, manage, and execute integrated and comprehensive communication plans using various media.