Over the past several years, Academic Impressions has presented conferences on the topic of building a one-stop enrollment center to hundreds of colleges and universities. We are pleased to offer, for the first time, one of the most highly rated sessions from the live event in a webcast format.
Join us online for a 90-minute session that will outline an easy-to-follow process you can use to assess your current resources and determine whether building or renovating is right for your campus. The webcast will also cover a variety of other key points you should consider if you are thinking about building a one-stop center. Our expert instructor will showcase a diverse set of case study examples from institutions across the country.
Who Should Attend
The audience for this topic includes facilities managers, directors of space planning, campus planners, directors of capital planning, and assistant directors of space planning and management. Institutional leaders and practitioners who are considering adopting a one-stop model or are in the process redesign phase of their one-stop implementation will benefit from this event. Institutional teams from enrollment, financial services and financial aid, academic advising, and the registrar’s office are encouraged to attend.
After participating in this webcast, you will be able to identify the physical space attributes that contribute to a successful one-stop enrollment center.
- Assessing current stock of physical resources
- Determining whether renovating or building new is right for your campus
- Understanding construction issues
- Determining which functions to include in your one-stop center
- Miscellaneous space considerations
- Case study examples
Rick Weems, Assistant Vice President for Enrollment Services, Southern Oregon University
A 30-year higher education veteran, Rick has served as a director of financial aid and an enrollment manager at several Pacific Northwest institutions, including Warner Pacific College, the University of Alaska Anchorage, and Southern Oregon University. Drawing upon his experiences as a seasoned administrator, he has presented on retention, financial aid, and developing student-friendly enrollment services at numerous state, regional, and national conferences. He also has chaired the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators’ Training and Best Practices Committee. Rick has been successful in using one-stop concepts to improve service to students, stop student run-around, and increase student satisfaction.