Increasingly, institutions are looking to deans, provosts, and program directors to be more engaged in and take more responsibility for enrollment planning and outcomes. As state appropriations continue to shrink, and the enrollment market becomes more compressed, this call to action for stronger partners within academic leadership will continue to grow.
In reality, these academic leaders already juggle numerous academic, administrative, and research related responsibilities, so adding yet another priority to this list can be a challenging undertaking.
To efficiently bring academic leadership up to speed, we have designed a comprehensive learning experience that focuses on cementing a firm understanding of core enrollment management concepts and practices.
You will leave this conference with a practical workbook and the confidence that you are better prepared to positively impact enrollment at your institution.
Who Should Attend
Academic leaders including Deans, Assistant Deans, Provosts, Assistant Provosts, Program Chairs, and rising Academic Leaders will benefit from this conference. The sessions are designed to serve the unique needs of individuals who work with both graduates and undergraduates.
Jacquelyn D. Elliott, Ed.D., Consultant; President, enrollmentFUEL; Chief Enrollment Specialist, Marion Military Institute
Elizabeth Francis-Connolly, Dean, Interdisciplinary Health and Sciences at the University of Saint Joseph in Connecticut
Christopher Romano, Ed. M, Vice President of Enrollment Management and Student Affairs, Ramapo College of New Jersey
Brian G. Williams, D.M., Vice President, Enrollment Management and Marketing, Roger Williams University