The purpose of the Enrollment Management Committee is to evaluate and recommend improvements to the College's policies and practices in the areas of student recruitment, admissions, orientation, advising, registration, successful retention and completion. The committee coordinates its efforts with the appropriate campus units to facilitate the enrollment process. Additionally, the committee works with Continuing Education and Workforce Development to identify training needs and monitor students as they pursue educational goals outside of a degree or certificate program.
- Evaluate the College's current policies and practices in student recruitment, and recommend improvements.
- Provide support for the College's recruitment activities
- Develop recruiting strategies to attract specific student populations.
- Research new recruiting tools and recruiting methods.
- Provide support for the College's admission and registration activities
- Evaluate the College's current policies and practices in admission and registration processes, and recommend improvements.
- Research new admission and registration tools and methods.
- Provide support for orientation and advising activities.
- Evaluate the College's current policies and practices in orientation and advising, and recommend improvements.
- Research new orientation and advising tools and methods.
- Provide support for advisor training.
- Reviews, monitors, and makes recommendations to the Enrollment Management Plan.
- Monitor the implementation and progress of the college Strategic Diversity Plan.
- Monitor implementation and recommend improvements to the marketing of enrollment management.
- Review and recommend policies and procedures for the preparation and distribution of publications for marketing and promotion, the admission of new and transfer students as well as the readmission of former students, the academic status as reflected in retention standards.
- Develop and recommend appropriate retention initiatives to achieve academic retention and persistence goals.
- Identify and support opportunities for lifelong learning and personal enrichment through quality non-credit offerings in Continuing Education and Workforce Development.
Reports to the Vice President of Student Services
- Director of Admissions
- Director of Records
- Director of Financial Aid
- Director of the Advising Center
- Five (5) faculty representatives, one from each division
- Director of Distance Learning
- Director of Learning Support
- One (1) ESOL advisor
- One (1) representative of Off-Campus Operations
- Assistant Director of the Business Office
- One (1) academic dean from either Allied Health or Business
- One (1) academic dean from either Math & Science, Humanities, or Social Science
- Student representation: 2
- Total membership: 16-19
Ex-Officio: Vice President of Student Services, Vice President of Academic Affairs, Director of Institutional Research, Vice President of Institutional Effectiveness, Research, Planning and Assessment, Director of Public Relations, Asst. Vice President for C.E.E.D., Chair of Diversity Committee