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  • August 18, 2017 3:08 PM | Anonymous

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    The Division of Strategic Enrollment Management, Admissions and Enrollment Department at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science welcome applications for a full-time Associate Director of Marketing and Communications position. The University encourages applications from individuals belonging to groups underrepresented in their field and those that can add new and valuable perspectives to the academic environment. The Associate Director is a key member of the admissions and enrollment staff reporting to the Director of Admission and Enrollment. The Associate Director of Marketing and Communications has primary responsibility for developing and executing the marketing and communications plans for the Office of Admissions & Enrollment including tactics and timing across all university programs for both process and promotional communications that promotes RFUMS colleges and programs as well as the recruitment, admission and enrollment of new students to the University. The responsibilities of this role include but are not limited to successful marketing campaigns and in-depth communication plans; the division’s adherence to RFUMS marketing and communication policies, processes and practices; oversight of CRM communications flow and works closely with the Associate Director of Application Service and Operations to ensure the integration of this messaging into the various technology products and systems used by the Office of Admissions & Enrollment. The incumbent will supervise at least two professional staff members responsible for executing print, web/ social media and electronic/digital . The Associate Director will execute the marketing and communication plan, and review analytics to enhance the university’s image among prospective students that leads to increased enrollment aligned with the specific goals of each college and/or program. This position will have the strategic, managerial and entrepreneurial background necessary to provide exemplary leadership in an environment that is fast-paced with high expectations.

    Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science, a national leader in Interprofessional medical and healthcare education, is a graduate-level health sciences university situated on an attractive 85-acre campus in North Chicago, Illinois, approximately 40 miles north of the city of Chicago and 50 miles south of Milwaukee. As such, the University benefits from active collaborations with local hospitals, as well as academic institutions in both cities. The campus is shared with the North Chicago VA Medical Center and the Great Lakes Naval Training Center, both of which provide the University with potential research and clinical training resources.

    Rosalind Franklin University is comprised of five Schools: the Chicago Medical School, College of Health Professions, Dr. William M. Scholl College of Podiatric Medicine, the College of Pharmacy and the School of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies. Rosalind Franklin University enrolls approximately 2,000 students per academic year, and is supported by 1650 full and part-time faculty and 415 staff members. Founded in 1912, Rosalind Franklin University has educated more than 17,000 medical and advanced health sciences degree graduates in the United States and worldwide.

    Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science promotes a dynamic learning environment in which qualified individuals of differing perspectives and cultural backgrounds pursue academic goals with mutual respect and shared inquiry.
    To serve the population through the interprofessional education of health and biomedical professionals and the discovery of knowledge dedicated to improving the wellness of its people.

    Equal Opportunity Employer of Minorities, Females, Protected Veterans, and Individual with Disabilities

    All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, protected veteran status or status as an individual with disability. All qualified applicants will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.

    Required Education & Experience

    -Bachelor’s degree; 
    -At least five years experience in enrollment management preferred or commensurate experience in a communication role (preferably in higher education).
    -Must have extensive experience in marketing, communications and public relations.
    -Must have experience working in higher education preferably graduate or professional enrollment.
    -Experience in event planning and execution.
    -Must achieve a background check clearance.
    -The above statements are intended to describe the general nature of work performed by individuals in this job classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and qualifications required of individuals in this job classification. 
    -All job classifications may have miscellaneous job duties assigned on an as needed basis. The University retains the right to assign and change the duties of this position at any time.

  • August 16, 2017 8:20 AM | Anonymous

    About Lincoln College - Lincoln, IL

    Lincoln College is a private liberal arts college, fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.  In a small, residential campus setting, the college uniquely empowers students to realize their full potential.  Lincoln College has long fostered a personal approach to education.  It has had a tradition of personal education before the concept became universally popular.  The tradition, guiding mission, faculty philosophy, student services, and low faculty-student ratio enable the college to provide the important element of individualized attention that makes the difference between failure and success for many students.

    With this history and mission in mind, Lincoln College is dedicated to educating the whole person in a collaborative residential community. We firmly believe that by engaging the transformative power of our differences, cultivating intellectual discovery and informed civic action, and designing enriching educational experiences, we help prepare students to be effective and contributing global citizens. As educators in a residential college setting, we also support the personal development, health, and well-being of our students by honoring the talents, passions, and differences of our students as being a source of power and effectiveness. These programs and services actively affirm our commitment to access, success, and inclusion. We do this while actively cultivating an environment of collaboration and mutual respect.

    Position Overview:  This position is responsible for the recruitment of students into the academic programs offered through Lincoln College.  Reporting to the Director of Admissions, this position will focus on recruitment activities for transfer students interested in Lincoln College’s traditional Bachelor’s degree programs and is primarily based at the campus in Lincoln, IL.

    General Description: Meet with prospective transfer students, family members, and representatives of community colleges, universities, and other organizations to provide information about Lincoln College programs.  Conduct admission interviews and build appropriate relationships with respective audiences. Compile and analyze admission data. Plan and participate in on-campus and off-campus recruitment events sponsored by Lincoln College and other related organizations.  Establish and manage a pool of prospective students from inquiry through enrollment stages for each start date.

    Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree required.  Experience working with transfer students is preferred. A background in admissions, recruiting, marketing or a related field is required.  Excellent oral and written communication skills are required.  Candidate must possess a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation. Frequent travel will be required. Candidate must be able to pass a criminal background check.

    Salary is commensurate with experience.

    Essential Job Responsibilities:

    Prospective Student Counseling 
    1. Actively recruit prospective transfer students and provide the personal attention necessary for a smooth transition to Lincoln College. 
    2. Develop a recruitment plan under the supervision of the Director of Admissions to meet enrollment goals for fall and spring. 
    3. Communicate with prospective students via phone, e-mail, counseling appointments, tours, and events. Use social media for events and visits. 
    4. Work with department coordinators and faculty to determine a student's program eligibility and meet the program's enrollment targets. 
    5. Possess working knowledge of articulation agreements between Lincoln college and community or junior colleges.

    Recruitment Travel 
    1. Visit community colleges to promote Lincoln College and recruit students by giving presentations, speaking with students individually, and meeting with community college transfer coordinators, veteran's counselors, and program coordinators. 
    2. Represent Lincoln College at community college transfer days. 
    3. Develop strong working relationships with college counselors to update Lincoln College materials in office and increase referrals of students. 
    4. Coordinate all aspects of travel including scheduling, transportation, and accommodations. 
    5. Overnight travel may be required during the year. Evening and weekend hours will be required throughout the year.

    Application Review 
    1. Review student files including transcripts, essays, applications, and letters of recommendation for evaluation purposes. 
    2. Follow up with applicants to complete files and update necessary information.

    Daily Operations 
    1. Assist in managing communication flow with students by preparing letters, putting packets together, reception back-up, data entry, tracking documents, etc. 
    2. Provide excellent customer service with students and families, transfer counselors, staff, and faculty through email, phone, and in-person interactions. 
    3. Enter and track information in database to manage territory recruitment. 
    4. Meet regularly with supervisor and team members to ensure clear communication within the office. 
    5. Send weekly reports on territory and project management to supervisor to track progress throughout the year.

    Recruitment Events 
    1. Assist in coordination of recruitment events such as open houses and receptions. 
    2. Attend recruitment events on and off campus to interact with prospective students and their families.

    Project Management 
    1. Participate in and lead ongoing admissions office projects such as alumni programs, publications, electronic recruitment, and events. 
    2. Develop and maintain appropriate manuals for program management. 
    3. Coordinate with the Director of Admissions and the Registrar to develop and maintain transfer articulation agreements from area community colleges and feeder schools. 

    Interested candidates should send a letter of interest and resume to:
    For full consideration, please complete and submit an application form ( ) and submit a resume, cover letter and a list of three (3) professional references to Sara Schwantz Director of Human Resources Lincoln College 300 Keokuk Street Lincoln, IL. 62656 Or by email to:  Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

    Lincoln College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

  • August 15, 2017 2:46 PM | Anonymous member

    The counselor will be an innovative and energetic leader responsible for a student recruitment plan designed to meet enrollment goals.  He/she will provide leadership in the development, implementation, and evaluation of recruitment policies and procedures. 


    ·         Maintains and analyzes the St. Louis recruitment territory; schedules recruitment events and represents Illinois Wesleyan University at those events; i.e. college fairs, conventions, high schools, and career fairs.  Assures a supply of University literature is available to high schools and pertinent institutions 

    ·         Creates and evaluates a student recruitment plan and works to improve strategies to increase University enrollment goals by understanding Illinois Wesleyan University’s market, experience, and product.  Be able to articulate to prospective students and families the admission process and policy, financial aid opportunities, academic programs, and campus activities

    ·         Is required to meet yearly enrollment goals as stated by the Vice President of Enrollment Management


    ·         Possesses a bachelor’s degree
    ·         Has experience in admissions or related field
    ·         Has leadership skills, organizational ability, and is self-motivated and goal oriented
    ·         Is proficient in Microsoft Office computer skills
    ·         Is able to work independently and to properly prioritize the work to be done
    ·         Is able to lift objects up to 30 lbs.
    ·         Is responsible for a travel territory, with overnight, weeknight, and weekend travel/responsibilities with extensive travel during the recruitment season

    Application Process:
    If you are interested in this position, please send a letter of interest, resume, and the names and telephone numbers of three professional references to:

    Illinois Wesleyan University
    Human Resources, Holmes 209
    1312 N Park Street
    Bloomington, IL  61701
    Fax:  309-556-3411

    Review of resumes will begin immediately continuing until the position is filled.  The final candidate will pass a pre-employment background investigation.

    Illinois Wesleyan University’s sexual misconduct policy is accessible at

    Illinois Wesleyan University is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusive excellence; details at 

  • August 14, 2017 10:00 AM | Anonymous member

    Human Resources       

    Southwestern Illinois College 

    Belleville   Granite City   Red Bud




    Job ID 2237


    DATE August 10, 2017


    ANNOUNCEMENT:  Southwestern Illinois College is accepting applications for the full-time administrative positions of Admissions Specialists in Enrollment Services.


    POSITION DESCRIPTION: In accordance with the Mission and Values of Southwestern Illinois College, the Admissions Specialist serves as an administrator and is directly responsible to the Admissions Coordinator. The primary function of this position relates directly to the recruitment and retention of prospective students and requires independent judgment and a thorough understanding of a wide-range of information about admissions, enrollment, and graduation requirements. Participation in college and corporate day/night programs and the planning and organization of recruitment activities/events are a major component of the position. Excellent speaking and communication skills are required in working with a wide range of people including students from elementary through college level, community professionals, and the public at large. Travel throughout the district is involved, as are presentations to small and large groups. Project assignments may vary from year to year based on office objectives and skills of the Admissions staff.




    1.   Bachelor’s degree in an appropriate discipline is required. Master’s degree in an appropriate area is preferred.
    2.   Work experience in student development, admissions, or marketing is preferred. Public speaking is a plus.
    3.   Ability to lift heavy (50 lbs.) boxes including display materials.
    4.   Valid driver’s license and auto insurance required.
    5.   Experience with web-based technology preferred.

    SALARY $36,000 - $40,000 annually


    WORK LOCATION:  Belleville Campus with responsibility for recruiting and assisting on a district-wide basis.


    APPLICATION DEADLINE:  4:00 p.m., September 1, 2017


     To apply go to


    Please attach a cover letter, resume, list of three references and college transcripts with the application.


    Required application materials, such as resume, cover letter and references, should be attached to your application. Other required application materials i.e., transcripts, etc., should be attached after your application has been submitted. Go to your My Job Applications page from the careers home page of your account.


    Southwestern Illinois College
    is proud to be an EEO/AA Employer/Educator
    Smoke/Tobacco/Vapor/Drug-Free Workplace

  • August 11, 2017 4:29 PM | Anonymous member
    University Title Program Coordinator II - 1063
    Pay Grade 35
    Salary Commensurate with qualifications
    Base of Employment P - P&S
    Job Category Professional and Scientific
    Pay Frequency Monthly

    Posting Details

    Posting Number 70393P
    Working Title Assistant Director of Admissions for Customer Relationship Management
    Advertised Employing Department Office of Admissions
    Appointment Type Professional & Scientific - Continuous
    Proposed Start Date As soon as possible
    Proposed End Date or Length of Term
    Number of Months Employed Per Year 12
    Full or Part Time Full-Time
    Summary of Duties and Responsibilities

    Reporting through the Office of the Senior Vice President for Student Affairs, the Office of Admissions fulfills Iowa State’s land grant mission by attracting, recruiting, orienting, and enrolling a diverse group of new undergraduate students to meet the university’s enrollment targets. The Office of Admissions is seeking qualified applicants for an Assistant Director of Admissions for Customer Relationship Management (CRM) position to oversee and participate in the configuration, including system upgrades and customization requests, of the CRM.

    The Assistant Director of Admissions for CRM is the chief architect and champion of the CRM. Working in close collaboration with a well-developed admissions systems team on business process and structure and campus technology professionals, this position will build, develop and manage all aspects of the enterprise CRM, with focus on undergraduate recruitment, admission and transition. This position will work closely with a motivated, skilled team of admissions professionals in a highly innovative environment. This position also requires close collaboration with Iowa State’s technology teams. The Assistant Director will advise and implement strategy, develop complex communication flows through multiple channels, and otherwise maximize the potential of the CRM, including development of event management, outreach efforts, travel planning, web tracking, prospect management, reporting, etc. This position will also be a key collaborator with staff and faculty tasked with outreach to prospective and continuing students at the college or program level, providing group and individual training, as well as reviewing and confirming campaigns and events with strict adherence to required timelines. The ideal candidate will be technically-minded with the ability to work in collaboration with campus technology professionals, detail-oriented, a collaborator and innovator, enjoy solving communication and outreach problems with technology, and be able to maintain composure and a good sense of humor under regular tight deadlines and occasional high-stress projects. This position is a unique opportunity to build a CRM from the ground, ensuring all stakeholders are heard and needs are represented, in an office that is professionally supportive and values innovation.

    The successful candidate will be a motivated self-starter with strong leadership skills and have the ability to work both independently and collaboratively in a team-based environment. The position requires creativity and strategic planning in overseeing the coordination of the CRM. The candidate will also be versatile, with the ability to balance a variety of projects and prioritize short and long term goals, while meeting various deadlines. Strong and effective written and oral communication and interpersonal skills are essential to communicate with a wide variety of internal and external constituents. All staff members are expected to interact collegially and maintain the highest standards of integrity and ethics.

    This incumbent must be willing to travel occasionally, and have the ability to work early mornings, late evenings, weekend hours and extended hours as necessary throughout the year.

    About Iowa State University and the Ames Community

    Iowa State University is classified as a Carnegie Foundation Doctoral/Research University-Extensive, a member of the Association of American Universities (AAU), and ranked by U.S. News and World Report as one of the top public universities in the nation. More than 36,000 students are enrolled and are served by over 6,200 faculty and staff.

    Iowa State University is a global and culturally diverse university committed to providing an inclusive, equitable, and diverse environment for both learning and employment. We know that diversity in experience and perspective is vital to advancing innovation, critical thinking, solving complex problems, and building an inclusive academic community. At Iowa State, we translate these values into action by seeking individuals who have experience working with diverse students, colleagues, and constituents. The university has an expectation that all employees will demonstrate a contribution to diversity and inclusion as embodied in Iowa State University’s Priniciple’s of Community .

    Ames, Iowa is a progressive community of 60,000, located approximately 30 minutes north of Des Moines, and recently voted one of the best college towns in the nation.

    Iowa State University is an equal opportunity employer committed to excellence through diversity and strongly encourages applications from all qualified applicants, including women, underrepresented populations, and veterans. ISU is responsive to the needs of dual career couples, is dedicated to work-life balance through an array of policies, and is an NSF ADVANCE institution.

    All employees are expected to exhibit and convey good citizenship within the program, the department, college, university activities, collegial interactions, and maintain the highest standards of integrity and ethical behavior.

    Required Education and Experience

    Bachelor’s degree and 4 years of related experience; OR a Master’s degree and 2 years of related experience; OR a combination of education and/or related experience totaling 8 years unless otherwise specified under supplemental required education and experience. Experience must be at a comparable level and directly related to the duties of this position.

    Supplemental Required Education and Experience
    Preferred Education and Experience

    Administrative level use of a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system, student information systems, or other sales/territory management software.

    Experience working with a CRM system in higher education.

    Experience in creating and maintaining communication campaigns.

    Experience in, and knowledge of, the recruitment process.

    Experience in building events and managing event logistics in a CRM or other technical system.

    Experience in building call scripts and surveys in a CRM or other technical system.

    Training or experience in business process development.

    Location (if other than Ames)
    Additional Information
    Department Contact Name Dr. Kate Ralston
    Department Contact Phone 515-294-4258
    Department Contact Email
    Department/Unit Website
    Application Instructions

    To apply for this position, please click on “Apply for this Job” and complete the Employment Application. Please be prepared to enter or attach the following:

    1) Resume/Curriculum Vitae
    2) Letter of Application/Cover Letter
    3) Contact Information for Three References

    If you have questions regarding this application process, please email or call 515-294-4800 or Toll Free: 1-877-477-7485.

    Special Instructions Summary
    Guaranteed Consideration Date 08/25/2017
    Pre-Employment Screening

    All offers of employment, oral and written, are contingent upon the university’s verification of credentials and other information required by federal and state law, ISU policies/procedures, and may include the completion of a background check and/or a consumer credit check.

    Quick Link
    EO Statement

    Iowa State University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, national origin, marital status, disability, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against. Inquiries can be directed to the Office of Equal Opportunity, 3410 Beardshear Hall, 515 Morrill Road, 515 294-7612, email

    Required Licensure(s)/Certification(s)

    Preferred Licensure(s)/Certification(s)

    Supplemental Questions

    Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).

    1. * Where did you first learn about this vacancy?
      • ISU Employment Opportunities Website
      • ISU Employee
      • Website
      • Placement Office
      • Trade Journal
      • Newspaper
      • HERC Website
      • LinkedIN
      • Facebook
      • CareerBuilder
    2. Please indicate which specific website, placement office, trade journal, newspaper, or other resource influenced you to apply for this position.

      (Open Ended Question)

    3. * What CRM system(s), student information systems and/or sales/territory management systems have you previously used, for how long, and at what level (infrequent user/daily user/manager/administrator)?

      (Open Ended Question)

    4. * What functionality (communication campaigns/recruitment/event management/client record management/phone outreach and building call scripts/surveys/other-please describe) have you previously used in a CRM and at what level (infrequent user/daily user/manager/administrator)?

      (Open Ended Question)

    5. * Do you have training or experience in business process development? If so, please list any methods, specific training modules attended, and frequency of use of techniques.

      (Open Ended Question)

    6. * Briefly describe your experience in, and knowledge of, the recruitment process.

      (Open Ended Question)

    Applicant Documents

    Required Documents

    1. Letter of Application/Cover Letter
    2. Resume/Curriculum Vitae
    3. Reference Contact Information
    Optional Documents
  • August 07, 2017 12:19 PM | Anonymous

    The Office of Admissions at the University of Northern Colorado is seeking applicants for the position of Associate Director of Recruitment and Outreach. 

    Position Summary:

    The Associate Director of Recruitment and Outreach (ADRO) will serve as a key member of the Office of Admissions leadership team. The ADRO will provide high-level management of major project areas, and will take a leadership role in staff training, supervision, and professional development. The ADRO will directly supervise the admission counselor recruitment team, group tours coordinator, and event coordinator.

    For full details and to apply please visit:

  • August 01, 2017 3:45 PM | Anonymous

     “Marymount Manhattan College is the nation’s premier destination for students seeking a contemporary, small-college experience that combines a versatile liberal arts education with limitless opportunities for professional preparation and social engagement in one of the greatest cities in the world.”

    President Kerry Walk

    The Opportunity

    Marymount Manhattan College, a dynamic urban institution located on New York’s Upper East Side, seeks a Vice President for Enrollment Management with proven strengths in strategic enrollment planning, collaborative leadership, and research-based decision-making to serve as the College’s chief enrollment officer. A re-established position at MMC, the Vice President for Enrollment Management will report to the President and serve as a member of the Cabinet, the executive leadership team led by the President.

    The VPEM will oversee the Office of Admission and the Center for Student Services, which includes financial aid, registration, and student accounts, and will provide collaborative leadership on retention efforts and enrollment marketing. The VPEM will work closely with a wide variety of offices and departments across campus, including Academic Affairs and the faculty on program differentiation and academic advisement; Communications on marketing strategies and materials; the Business Office on financial modeling and analysis, and financial aid awarding strategy; Career Services on CityEdge, MMC’s signature college-to-career initiative; Marymount Muscle on community engagement; other areas within Student Affairs, such as Residence Life and Student Activities and Development, on enhancing the student experience; and Institutional Research and Planning on historical enrollment trends and student body demographics.

    MMC seeks candidates with proven strengths in strategic enrollment planning, enrollment marketing, research-based decision-making, and college-wide implementation of effective strategies for recruitment, retention, and enrollment management. The successful candidate will be an innovative and highly collaborative leader who will be able to work exceptionally well with colleagues on new and existing initiatives aimed at providing a distinctive, high-quality educational experience; promoting persistence, completion, and strong alumni outcomes; and creating and implementing a comprehensive marketing plan.

    With the Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the Faculty, the VPEM will co-chair a newly constituted Committee, to consist of key enrollment and data stakeholders. In addition, the VPEM will serve as staff to standing and special committees of the Board of Trustees as assigned, and will attend all meetings of the full Board.

    College Overview

    Marymount Manhattan College is a private, coeducational, nonsectarian liberal arts college located on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. MMC combines a liberal arts education with professional preparation and social engagement in the rich mosaic of an urban environment. It offers a wide range of study options in arts and sciences, business, communication and media arts, and the visual and performing arts. New York City is key to MMC’s identity and its curricular and co-curricular programs because of the unique opportunities available in this global capital, including the broad array of experiential learning venues, research possibilities, and attractive career options. Regardless of their specific course of study, all students experience the liberal arts and sciences taught in a manner that is both contemporary and compelling.

    MMC was established in 1936 by the Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary (RSHM) and began as an urban extension of Marymount College, in Tarrytown, New York. In 1948, the “city branch” moved to East 71st Street, its current location. In 1961, it became independent of its parent college and officially named Marymount Manhattan College when it was granted an absolute charter by the New York State Board of Regents.

    Today, MMC has over 2,000 students, approximately 1,850 of whom attend full time. Full-time enrollment in fall 2016 was at an all-time high. Students hail from 46 states and over 47 countries. The College offers 29 undergraduate majors and over 40 minors and special programs, and will soon offer its first master’s program, in Speech-Language Pathology. MMC has a student-to-faculty ratio of 11:1 with an average class size of 17 students. Ninety-six percent of the faculty hold terminal degrees. MMC also offers a college program at the Bedford Hills Correctional Facility for Women, enrolling more than 130 part-time students per semester in both associate’s and bachelor’s degree programs.


    Students are taught by an outstanding cadre of faculty, for whom teaching is their primary commitment. Faculty members closely mentor and guide students throughout their years at MMC, and frequently include students in their research or invite them to engage in off-campus professional activities. During MMC’s 2012 reaccreditation review, the accrediting team praised the faculty for their passionate dedication to their students. A complement of excellent adjunct faculty drawn from New York City’s incomparable talent pool of professionals in all disciplines adds immeasurable richness to MMC’s academic programs.


    Many MMC students receive scholarships or competitive awards for academic merit, talent, and co-curricular activities. These include internal awards made available by MMC, as well as funding provided by external resources. For example, MMC students have benefited as Boren scholars, Watson fellows, and Fulbright recipients. Outside the classroom, students have ample opportunities for involvement and leadership on campus. There are about 40 student-run clubs and organizations funded by the Student Government Association, including the student newspaper (The Monitor), the Global Citizens Society, the Psychology Club, the Black and Latino Students Association, the Social Sciences Assembly, and a comedy sketch team called Dead Rabbits Society, to name a few.

    The SGA, which is the main governing body for student concerns and representation, comprises an Executive Board, Student Senate, and Divisional Representatives. The Campus Activities Board, which is also run by students, organizes many events for recreation and enrichment both on and off campus, including outdoor street festivals and free attendance at Broadway shows. There are rich opportunities for students to attend on-campus lectures, readings, performances, exhibitions, and showcases, which are presented by accomplished students and notable guests.

    Staff and Administration

    MMC employs more than 200 full-time and part-time talented staff members, who are committed to serving the College in a professional manner and furthering its mission. The College offers staff a range of activities geared toward their professional development, wellness, and financial self-improvement. MMC also recognizes the dedication of faculty and staff by honoring members who have been with the College for more than ten years during its annual Charter Day celebration.

    The president, Kerry Walk, Ph.D., joined MMC on July 1, 2015. She came to this position with more than twenty years of experience as a higher education leader. Before taking office, Dr. Walk served as Provost and Interim President of Otis College of Art and Design, in Los Angeles, where she advanced the institution through highly collaborative enrollment and fundraising efforts, a transformative campus expansion project, and a new five-year strategic plan. She also led major efforts to promote student learning and success, including a revamping of college curricula and establishment of an international education center. Prior to joining Otis, President Walk held academic leadership positions at Harvard University, Princeton University and Pitzer College, one of The Claremont Colleges.

    In addition to the VPEM, the President’s Cabinet includes four vice presidents: the Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the Faculty; the Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of Students; the Executive Vice President for Administration and Finance; and the Vice President for Institutional Advancement. All members of the Cabinet are seasoned professionals, who bring extraordinary knowledge, experience, and vision to their roles, and who work closely together to advance the educational mission of the College.


    MMC has approximately 14,000 alumni, many of whom have gained national and prominent distinction in a wide range of fields. The College’s alumni include the first female U.S. vice presidential candidate to represent a major political party; winners of Tony, Emmy, and Academy Awards; an internationally renowned fashion designer; an entrepreneur whose start-up company grew into an acclaimed multi-million-dollar business; and the founder of a widely recognized nonprofit organization concerned with human trafficking. Having benefited from their years at MMC, with its small-classroom environment and individualized instruction, many MMC graduates have excelled in academic careers. College alumni have also become psychologists, business owners, scientists, physicians, lawyers, bankers, dancers, religious leaders, writers, actors, politicians, civil servants, and nonprofit leaders.

    MMC Campus

    MMC’s main campus is located in Manhattan on 71st Street, between Second and Third Avenues. The main campus consists of three buildings: the adjacent Carson Hall and Nugent Hall, and the Faculty Center, located a few doors away in a renovated brownstone. In addition to classrooms, science labs, and performance studios, the main campus houses the Hewitt Gallery of Art, the Great Hall (one of the largest dance spaces in New York City); the Theresa Lang Theatre (a professionally equipped 250-seat proscenium theatre); the J. William Bordeaux Box Theatre (a 50-seat studio theatre); the Nugent Lounge (“the Nuge”) with a Starbucks café; the Thomas J. Shanahan Library; and the Theresa Lang Center for Producing, which features a state-of-the-art digital media production center.

    Over 40% of students live in MMC’s residence halls, which are located a few subway stops away from the main campus. The residence hall at 55th Street and Third Avenue is the tallest in the country, and the Cooper Square residence hall, which opened in 2015, is located in Manhattan’s dynamic East Village. The College leases studio and performance space around the city, including at the Martha Graham Center for Contemporary Dance, the Manhattan Movement & Arts Center, Ballet Hispanico, Pearl Studios, National Dance Institute, the York Theatre, and The Theater at Saint Jean.

    MMC recently made significant improvements to the physical plant to support the College’s mission and to increase and enhance spaces devoted to students. These improvements include the construction of the Lowerre Family Terrace in 2008, which created a large space for the campus to congregate and enjoy the outdoors on an otherwise indoor campus. In 2009, the College created The Commons, an indoor meeting place in Carson Hall adjacent to the Lowerre Family Terrace. The College also completely renovated the food servery above The Commons.

    MMC is easily accessible from the New York metropolitan area by car/taxi, bus, and train/subway. The 72nd Street “Q Line” subway stop is across the street from Nugent Hall; the 68th Street “6 Line” subway stop is an eight-minute walk away. Two Citi Bike stations, part of a city-wide bike-sharing program, are within a block. MMC’s neighborhood is family-oriented and replete with world-class restaurants, stores, services, and cultural institutions, including Central Park and The Metropolitan Museum of Art, both just a few blocks away.

    Finances and Enrollment

    MMC has an annual operating budget of approximately $60 million; its endowment is approximately $18 million. The recent Middle States Commission on Higher Education accreditation team commended the College for conservative budgeting and rigorous fiscal management. MMC’s investment-grade rating from Moody’s was recently reaffirmed.

    MMC is a tuition-dependent institution. Tuition for 2017-18 is $30,458, and fees are $1,492, for a total of $31,950—considered to be a “value price point” in comparison with MMC’s peer institutions. Approximately 90% of MMC’s full-time students receive institutional support in the form of scholarships, fellowships, or grants, resulting in a relatively low average full-time net price. The discount rate, which has been intentionally increased over the last five years, continues to be significantly below the national average. MMC also participates in federal and state financial aid programs.

    Opportunities and Challenges

    The last decade has been one of enormous transformation for MMC. The College strengthened its academic profile by adding faculty lines and recruiting outstanding new faculty to fill them. The faculty also designed a new general education curriculum that was implemented in fall 2010. That same year, the College introduced a Liberal Studies Program to provide structured and specialized advisement for incoming students who had not yet decided upon a major. In fall 2011, MMC began its College Honors Program. Also that fall, the faculty’s teaching load was reduced from eight courses per year to seven so that faculty members could devote more time to their scholarly and creative activities, as well as to student mentoring and advising. In 2013, a strategic plan was approved that affirmed MMC’s identity as an institution committed to integrative learning and creative endeavors within a liberal arts context. The plan called for the restructuring of several major programs, out of which emerged several interdisciplinary programs, such as Politics and Human Rights. The following year, the faculty completed a major revision of Faculty Governance as well.

    Between fall 2010 and fall 2013, MMC experienced a steady and significant Recession-related enrollment decline, which was reversed between fall 2014 and fall 2016. As noted above, overall enrollment in fall 2016 is the highest on record. The enrollment increase can be attributed to several factors: a productive relationship with the enrollment management consulting firm Ruffalo Noel Levitz; a change in the awarding strategy, including an intentional increase in the discount rate (which continues to be significantly below the national average, as noted above); the use of predictive modeling and other retention indicators; the implementation of new anti-melt programs; improved marketing and communications; and the enhancement of the first-year experience. One additional factor, with significant personnel, budget, and space impacts, was the decision to increase enrollment in the performing arts. In fall 2010, performing arts students made up approximately 30% of the student body; currently, approximately 50%.

    In 2015-16, with the arrival of a new president, a new college-to-career initiative called CityEdge was launched. Led by the faculty in partnership with Career Services, and supported by foundation funding, CityEdge seeks to deeply immerse students in New York’s vibrant learning and career landscape while distinguishing MMC as a small college at the intersection of a high-quality liberal arts education and professional preparation in the heart of a world-class city. An update of MMC’s visual identity, reflecting the energy and openness of the MMC experience, and sharper messaging have strengthened the College’s value proposition. Auxiliary education programs that serve the community and take best advantage of MMC’s programs have been launched, thanks to a $1 million gift, and will increasingly make an array of educational experiences, delivered in a variety of modes, available to the New York community and beyond.

    In spring 2017, a new strategic plan for 2017 - 2021, Contemporary and Compelling: Envisioning MMC’s Future, was unanimously approved by the faculty, the Cabinet, and the Board of Trustees. The VPEM will closely partner with all college constituencies to implement the plan, which is focused squarely on advancing the College mission. The plan provides a flexible blueprint for differentiating an MMC education through innovation, communicating the College’s unique value proposition through a strong marketing plan, taking a data-driven, ROI approach to enrollment management, investing in the physical plant and technology-based systems in order to enhance the student experience, developing new mission-centric revenue streams, and enhancing fundraising. 

    The VPEM will collaborate with a highly motivated and collegial Cabinet, faculty, and staff to further develop and implement a Strategic Enrollment Plan (SEP). Recruiting new students and promoting student success have been vigorous and coordinated college-wide efforts. The new SEP is expected to enable the College to optimize its enrollment portfolio and to continue the upward trend in persistence and completion rates. As part of the SEP, the VPEM will be intimately involved in campus planning to enhance learning across the College, whether in classrooms, galleries, studios, laboratories, or performance spaces.

    Duties and Responsibilities

    The VPEM primary duties and responsibilities are as follows:

    • Collaboratively develop and implement a Strategic Enrollment Plan, which establishes appropriate, nuanced and strategic enrollment goals.
    • Supervise and coordinate the functions of the Office of Admissions and the Center for Student Services, and partner with other offices and departments to effectively and strategically manage enrollment.
    • Deliver student-centered enrollment services by coordinating the efforts of multiple departments, and ensure efficient, effective, and integrated policies and procedures.
    • Develop strategies to achieve enrollment goals by developing an effective marketing plan, retention plan, and appropriate leveraging of financial aid.
    • Partner with various committees and groups responsible for planning and developing enrollment strategies, such as the Cabinet, the Student Success Committee, and the Academic Policy Committee.
    • Provide ongoing support and guidance to the campus community as it relates to the enrollment management effort.
    • Meet regularly with the President, providing day-to-day analysis and insight to support institutional decision-making regarding enrollment.

    Qualifications and Experience

    The successful candidate must possess the following:

    • A bachelor’s degree, with a minimum of 10 years of progressively responsible experience in enrollment management and/or related areas;
    • Experience leading, managing, and motivating a professional staff, and working collaboratively and effectively with multiple constituencies and across divisions and departments;
    • Propensity to engage and utilize faculty and others in the recruitment, marketing, and selection process of students on a program-by-program basis;
    • Experience developing a collaborative enrollment environment and furthering the institution’s commitment to diversity and inclusion;
    • Experience in the development and implementation of multi-year strategic enrollment plans, including effective and contemporary recruitment, retention, awarding, and marketing strategies;
    • Experience in the design and implementation of enrollment management systems, student information systems, and other institutional databases;
    • Extensive knowledge of enrollment data collection, analysis, and reporting;
    • Knowledge of strategic enrollment management theory, including recruitment and retention planning, as well as national trends and current best practices in the field;
    • Deep understanding of the evolving higher education environment;
    • Knowledge of applicable laws and regulations pertaining to not-for-profits and institutions of higher learning;
    • Energetic and creative approach to work, and superb verbal and written communication skills;
    • Desire to embrace the urban energy and lifestyle of the College’s vibrant New York City location.

    In addition, the following attributes are preferred:

    • An advanced degree;
    • Experience with enrollment and revenue forecasting and predictive modeling;
    • Knowledge of the student management system Colleague, the comprehensive CRM Slate, and other tools for strategically managing enrollment; and
    • Experience working with Ruffalo Noel Levitz.


    The salary range for this position is competitive and will depend on experience and qualifications. The benefits package is generous.

    How to Apply

    Napier Executive Search is assisting Marymount Manhattan College with this search. For more information or to nominate someone for the position, contact Mary Napier ( or Nancy Benedict ( for a confidential conversation. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. For full consideration, application materials should be submitted electronically to by September 18, 2017. Applications should consist of three documents in PDF format: (1) an in-depth cover letter that addresses the candidate’s qualifications and accomplishments in the areas identified in the position profile, (2) a detailed résumé, and (3) a list of five professional references with titles, contact information, and a sentence describing the nature of each professional relationship. References will not be contacted without the candidate’s knowledge and permission.

    For more information about Marymount Manhattan College, please visit

    Women and people of diverse racial, ethnic, cultural backgrounds and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Marymount Manhattan College is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity employer.

  • July 27, 2017 10:10 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)



    REPORTS TO: Director of Admissions Operations

    LOCATION: Appleton, Wisconsin – Chapman Hall


    Responsible for execution of admissions related print and electronic communications and website content as well as collaboratively planning admissions campaigns working to ensure consistent and authentic brand standards as well as timely messages. This includes project management and coordination of the workgroup assigned to support admissions communications with creative and editorial input. The Admissions Communication Coordinator will contribute to the university goal of increasing applications for admission and better selecting students for admission who are most likely to thrive and succeed at Lawrence. DUTIES:

    1. Work collaboratively with the team of admissions officers, Dean of Admissions and colleagues in the Communications Office to coordinate the project management and execution of all admissions communication campaigns.

    2. Serve as a general writer, creating process-driven communications of print publications and email campaigns to constituents (prospects, applicants, parents, school counselors, and other influencers), and managing changes and updates to all.

    3. Manage all print publications from initiation to completion. Includes leading brainstorming sessions, connecting with consultants, working with a communications work team to coordinate projects and drive towards deadlines. Pieces may include but are not limited to mailings to all current and future cycle applicants including informational brochures, invitations to recruitment events, etc.

    4. Manage the planning and execution of all admissions e-communications and text communications while communicating the details of each communication to the greater admissions team to ensure quality exchange of information in the recruitment process.

    5. Develop and oversee admitted student publications including admitted student packet and supplemental mailings from print to mail processing.

    6. Write and curate website content, ensuring accuracy and consistent voice, tone, and brand, while responsible for maintaining all information is current and updated for admissions.

    7. Update profiles on third-party web pages.

    8. Serve as a liaison to the University’s Communication Office, working closely with the videographer, digital marketing analyst, and social media director.

    9. Work with a proofreading team to ensure quality of writing - fact-checking, grammar-checking, proofreading - including final approval of proofs to press.

    10. Collaboratively ensure a consistent look, message, and brand across all office communications.

    11. Manage a group of student workers whose primary function is to call prospective students and prepare mailing projects. This includes working with calling team supervisors in the hiring, training and direction of the team to facilitate precision in focused messaging.


    Work collaboratively with staff and faculty as well as prospective students, their families, current students, alumni, school counselors, and independent counselors.


    1. Bachelor's degree preferably in marketing, communications, writing, journalism or related field.

    2. Two years of related experience preferred, in a higher education setting a plus.

    3. Demonstrated understanding of the value of a liberal arts education.

    4. Sophistication with data and database management as well as proficiency in AP Style, Adobe Creative Suite/Cloud, HTML, Javascript, Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign, Word mail merging and Excel manipulation highly desired. Experience with electronic group project management tools a plus.

    5. Demonstrated knowledge of the print industry desired.

    6. Demonstrated ability to work independently while also maintaining a collaborative relationship with other staff and outside vendors.

    7. A solid foundation of writing skills is required, conveying complex subject matter to a general audience in addition to writing for multiple audiences with an authentic voice for the purpose of recruiting.

    8. Proven organization skills: detail-oriented and adept at juggling multiple assignments to meet deadlines on both short-term and long-term timelines.

    9. Capacity to work efficiently with the ability to manage multiple high-priority assignments while embracing collaboration and constructive feedback.

    10. Understanding of the importance of effective communications and eagerness to fully understand the admissions cycle as well as best marketing practices and trends in higher education.

    11. Positive attitude to contribute to a fun-loving, fast-moving environment.


    Must have successful completion of criminal record check, driving record check and reference checks.


    In addition to submitting a resume and cover letter, applicants are requested to submit a word document written as an email which tells an admissions applicant that her application documents are incomplete and that she should check her status page for details on what we are missing.

    Lawrence is committed to enhancing the diversity of its faculty and staff and the viewpoints and approaches that a diverse community represents. We strongly encourage candidates who can contribute to diversity at Lawrence to apply. See the Lawrence Careers website for more information about Lawrence and its surrounding community. All candidates are encouraged to address in their letters of application the ways in which they could contribute to Lawrence’s institutional mission and commitment to diversity.

  • July 26, 2017 9:46 AM | Anonymous member

    Illinois College is a residential, private liberal arts college located in the heart of Illinois, 85 miles north of Saint Louis, Missouri, and 30 miles west of Springfield, the Illinois State Capital. True to its founding vision in 1829, Illinois College is a community committed to the highest standards of scholarship and integrity in the liberal arts. Illinois College promotes academic freedom, equality of opportunity, and human dignity through an increasingly diverse student population. The College develops in its students qualities of mind and character needed for fulfilling lives of leadership and service, fostering academic excellence rooted in opportunities for experiential learning while preparing students for lifelong success.

    The Associate Director of Admission works as a member of the Admission senior leadership to assist the team in meeting its recruitment goals as the College realizes strategic enrollment growth. The Associate Director will bring an entrepreneurial spirit, enlightened hospitality, and goal-oriented focus to a dynamic admission team. Strategic responsibilities may include supervising domestic admission counsels, producing and managing print and electronic communications, and budgetary oversight.  The Associate Director’s duties also include a full range of recruitment and admission efforts, including being accountable for a recruitment goal, territory management and file review.
    Essential Functions
    The following list of duties is meant to be representative of the work performed in this position. The omission of a specific duty or responsibility will not preclude it from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical extension of position responsibilities.

    • Act as Territory Manager for an assigned region within the US accountable for a recruitment goal. 
    • Hire, train, supervise, motivate, and develop professional counseling staff 
    • Counsel prospective students and their families as they seek to learn about the value of an Illinois College education. Meet weekly goals for counselor initiated completed contacts responding to in-person, phone and electronic admissions inquiries in a timely manner. 
    • Review applications for admission and scholarship and act as part of the leadership team for second reads.
    • Collaborate with the Office of Marketing and Communication to ensure a comprehensive and integrated communication plan and the production of digital and print collateral
    • Provide enlightened hospitality to prospective students, families and school counseling staff
    • Conduct information sessions on and off campus engaging in overnight travel representing IC at college fairs and high schools
    • Engage in College-wide initiatives to support student success, achieve strategic growth and build sustainable foundations. 


    • Bachelors degree, required
    • Three to five years of progressive leadership in admission, required
    • Experience with communication plans and/or the production of marketing materials, preferred
    • Strong leadership skills and the ability to supervise, motivate and develop an effective, results-oriented team
    • Intercultural competency; ability to work well with individuals of diverse background
    • Dynamic public speaker with excellent writing and interpersonal skills 
    • Extraordinary organizational skills and ability to multi-task while providing attention to detail
    • Ability to develop and maintain collaborative working relationships, engage in creative problem-solving and extend enlightened hospitality when working with others
    • Must hold a valid driver’s license and possess evidence of insurability 
    • Must be willing to travel overnight as well as work evenings and weekends
    • Must be able to lift 25 pounds in and out of a car

    To apply submit a cover letter, resume and list of references to the Office of Human Resources by e-mail to or by mail to:

    Office of Human Resources
    Illinois College
    1101 West College Avenue
    Jacksonville, IL 62650

    Illinois College is an equal opportunity employer and encourages applications from underrepresented minorities and women.

  • July 25, 2017 10:34 AM | Anonymous

    The Office of Admissions at Colorado State University is seeking applicants for the position of Admissions Director. For full details and to apply please visit:

    CSU is an EO/EA/AA employer and conducts background checks on all final candidates.

    If you have questions please contact Susan Lucero (970) 491-7036

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