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Strategic Enrollment Management Committee Members
Charge: Review strategies submitted through the SEM Processes and endorse strategies that will have effective enrollment outcomes.
Greg Bierly, Dean, Honors College
Liz Brown, Chair, Faculty Senate
Denise Collins, Dean, College of Graduate & Professional Studies
Margaret Dalrymple, Director of Enrollment Analytics, Enrollment Management
Niki Fjeldal, Director, New Student Transition Programs & University Testing
Bob Guell, Faculty, College of Arts & Sciences
April Hay, Registrar, Office of Registration and Records
Amanda Hobson, Interim Dean of Students, Student Affairs
Amanda Knerr, Executive Director, Residential Life and Housing
Kristi Lawson, SEM Project Manager, Enrollment Management
Tim London, Executive Director, Extended Learning
Carrie Lutz, Interim Executive Director/Chief Marketing Officer, University Marketing
Linda Maule, Dean, University College
Patty McClintock, Director, Institutional Research
Chris McGrew, Director, Center for Global Engagement
Dom Nepote, Associate VP, Finance and Administration
Christopher Olsen, Dean, College of Arts & Sciences
Donna Simmonds, Director, Student Financial Aid
Lisa Spence-Bunnett, AVP/CIO, Office of Information Technology
Jason Trainer, Vice Provost for Enrollment Management and University Marketing, SEMC Chair
Richard Toomey, Executive Director, Admissions
Lynn Larimer, Vice Provost’s Assist. – Staff Support
Recruitment Working Group
Charge: Create and improve institutional recruitment efforts to attract new students.
Retention Working Group
Charge: Develop and strengthen institutional strategies to ensure students persist and graduate on time.
Tina Kruger Newsham
Aid Leveraging Committee
Charge: Evaluate and optimize financial aid and scholarship spending for effective enrollment outcomes.
Process Improvement Committee
Charge: Leverage technology and workflow processes to efficiently move students through the enrollment funnel.
Charge: Collect and interpret data to inform decisions on the best deployment of institutional resources.