The Vice President of Enrollment Management (VPEM) is the senior administrator of the College who bears ultimate responsibility for identifying, attracting, admitting, yielding and retaining the students who will come to Stillman College and ultimately become its alumni. The VPEM will have direct managerial responsibility and oversight for the Offices of Admissions, the Registrar and Student Financial Services. The VPEM will develop collaborative relationships with other leaders, faculty, staff, and students to ensure integration of operational and strategic enrollment management initiatives across campus.
The VPEM reports to the President, to achieve strategic objectives, including:
- Maximizing net tuition revenue while increasing quality and diversity of undergraduate student body
- Increasing diversity and percentage of international undergraduate enrollment
- Increasing access for low-income students through innovative programs and scholarship initiatives
As the Chief Enrollment Management officer, he/she has primary responsibility for leadership, management, strategic direction, and administrative oversight for enhancing student access and enrollment services. The Vice President participates in planning, budgeting, and policy development in support of the mission and goals of the college.