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  • January 16, 2018 9:31 AM | Anonymous

    Transfer Admissions Counselor/Assistant Director of Transfer Admissions  

    Lake Forest College seeks applications for a Transfer Admissions Counselor or Assistant Director of Transfer Admissions immediately.

    Qualified applicants will be passionate about higher education, value the liberal arts, and have an appreciation for and strong desire to recruit and support transfer students. The position will require strong communication skills, organization and attention to detail, and the ability to balance multiple priorities. Preference will be given to candidates with previous experience in transfer admissions or in working with transfer student populations. A familiarity with local community colleges is beneficial.   

    The transfer admission counselor will have an exciting opportunity to work with a transfer team dedicated to expanding Lake Forest College’s commitment to transfer students. The College, a selective liberal arts institution located in Lake Forest, 30 miles north of Chicago, is within walking distance to the train to Chicago and the shore of Lake Michigan.  Students have access to top professors, devoted alumni, and abundant opportunities for research, internships, and study in Chicago or overseas.

    The successful candidate will join an energetic, creative, and hard-working admissions team.

    The new position will report directly to the Director of Transfer Admissions. Office culture values and promotes collegiality, professional development, and life/work balance.


    ·        Represent Lake Forest College to prospective students, parents, community college counselors, and other constituents 

    ·        Develop recruitment strategies and manage a local community college territory. This will include travel to area community colleges, conducting onsite interviews and information sessions, covering college fairs, hosting coffee chats, and working with constituency groups. 

    ·        Incorporate constituency groups in recruitment: current students, faculty and staff members, coaches, alumni, and parents of enrolled students or graduates 

    ·        Evaluate students’ applications and recommend admissions decisions

    ·        Work collaboratively with the Dean of Faculty Office, Registrar, and faculty department chairs to facilitate a seamless delivery of services to new transfer students  

    ·        Assist with planning, execution, and evaluation of events, including transfer orientation and an annual Community College Counselor Visit Day

    ·        Engage in admissions office recruitment activities: e.g., help cover campus events and receptions, conduct interviews, and advise students and parents on financial aid

    ·        Attend professional conferences and meetings

    • ·        Perform other duties and supervise projects as assigned


    ·        Bachelor’s degree required

    ·        Valid driver’s license required; a willingness to travel locally and work evenings and weekends as needed

    ·        An ability to skillfully use technology in support of transfer recruitment and admissions 

    ·        Excellent written and oral communication skills; an understanding of marketing and facility with social media

    ·        An excellent work ethic. Motivation, creativity, and flexibility will be highly valued. 


    To Apply

    Qualified and interested candidates should submit a letter of interest, resume, and contact information for three professional references electronically to Chris Ellertson, Vice President of Enrollment, at Review of applications will begin immediately. References will not be contacted without permission. For a confidential conversation, please call Chris at 847-735-5011 or contact Melissa Naughton, Director of Transfer Admissions, at or 847-735-5009. Salary will be commensurate with experience.  

    Lake Forest College embraces diversity and encourages applications from women, members of historically underrepresented groups, veterans, and individuals with disabilities.

  • January 15, 2018 8:54 PM | Anonymous member

    Drew University seeks an experienced professional for the position of Associate Vice President for Graduate Enrollment. The position will oversee student recruitment, admissions, graduate program marketing and the development of external partnerships in the Caspersen School of Graduate Studies and the Drew Theological School.   The incumbent will also work with the Provost, Vice Provost and academic deans to facilitate the development of new academic programs and delivery systems for both schools.   The successful candidate will report to the Senior Vice President for Enrollment in matters related to marketing and admission, with a dotted line to the Provost and Vice Provost for facilitating the development and delivery of new programs.

    The AVP will be an innovative enrollment professional who will oversee an admissions operation consisting of two admission directors and two associates, assisted by an information systems officer, an administrative assistant and student workers.  Responsibilities include the coordination of admission processes and student recruitment for the two schools, working with the Communications Office on the development and execution of the graduate admissions marketing plan, overseeing the awarding of scholarships to increase yield and total net revenue, and enrollment planning for budgeting and staffing purposes. 

    In addition, the AVP will collaborate and partner with the academic deans, who also serve as the Provost and Vice Provost, in the development of new academic programs/tracks and innovative program delivery systems including on-line, hybrid and on-site courses. In conjunction with other key constituents, the AVP will help to identify potential academic programs that will satisfy market demands and help to move those programs from discussion to implementation.  Correspondingly, the AVP will oversee all relevant articulation agreements, collaborations, corporate outreach programs, external partnerships and other inter-institutional agreements to facilitate enrollments and to provide enhanced student learning opportunities.

    Qualifications and Characteristics

           An entrepreneurial approach toward creating new programs and partnerships that will increase enrollment and brand awareness of Drew as having strong, in-demand graduate programs;

          Advanced degree is required; doctorate is preferred but not required;

          Five years of increasingly responsible experience in graduate admissions and program development;

          Excellent communication and interpersonal skills;

          Prior experience with managing budgets in higher education;

          Ability to interact well with students, faculty and staff;

          Ability to establish priorities and attain growth-oriented goals;

          Strong organizational skills and attention to detail; and

          Confidence, intellectual curiosity, and a competitive spirit.

    The University

    Drew University, a Phi Beta Kappa liberal arts university, includes the College of Liberal Arts, the Drew Theological School and the Caspersen School of Graduate Studies. Drew is located on a beautiful, wooded, 186-acre campus in Madison, New Jersey, a thriving small-town close to New York City. It has a total enrollment of more than 2,000 students and has 145 full-time faculty members, 94% of whom hold the terminal degree in their fields. The Theological and Caspersen Schools offer MA and PhD degrees, as well as a variety of professional master’s degrees, and the College confers BA degrees in 32 disciplines.

    Drew is dedicated to exceptional faculty mentorship, a commitment to connecting the campus with the community and a focus on experiential learning. A particularly noteworthy example for undergraduates is the Charles A. Dana Research Institute for Scientists Emeriti (RISE), home of 2015 Nobel Prize Winner for Medicine and Drew Fellow William Campbell.

    Founded in 1867, the Theological School prepares scholars, ministers, educators, activists, and not-for-profit professionals for leadership in the academy, church, and civil society. The Caspersen School of Graduate Studies, founded in 1955, has an extraordinary configuration of six programs that focus on “the humanities at work.”  These programs put disciplinary and interdisciplinary content into academic, social, and professional contexts. In addition, new and enhanced programs in teacher education and in finance represent the start of the expansion in graduate programs that will be happening in the years ahead.

    The university also houses several interdisciplinary centers, including the Center for Civic Engagement, the Center on Religion, Culture & Conflict, the Center for Holocaust/Genocide Study and the Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, an independent professional theater, as well as the United Methodist Archives and History Center, home to a rare 1611 printing of the King James Bible. In addition, the Rose Library has one of the country’s leading concentrations of materials on American novelist Willa Cather.  To learn more about Drew University, go to


    Application process

    Napier Executive Search is assisting Drew University in their search for the Associate Vice President for Graduate Enrollment. For more information or to nominate someone for this position, contact Mary Napier at  or Laura Robinson at  for a confidential conversation.  Interested candidates should submit a current resume along with a cover letter directly expressing interest in the position and in Drew, as well as sharing qualifications for the position to  on or before Feb 15, 2018.  Candidates should also provide the names and contact information for at least three references.  References will not be contacted without permission. The preferred start date is late spring 2018. 

    To enrich education through diversity, Drew University is an AA/EOE. In accordance with Department of Homeland Security regulations, successful applicant must be authorized to work in the United States. This position is subject to a background check.

  • January 12, 2018 4:58 PM | Anonymous

    Dearest friends of Illinois ACAC

    Have you ever found yourself gazing upon a beautiful sunset and—because beautiful sunsets have a way of evoking Big Thoughts—mused, “What might my life be like if I were running social media for a wonderful liberal arts college and conservatory of music in Appleton, Wisconsin?”

    Wonder no more, because Lawrence University is searching for an Assistant/Associate Director of Social Media, a key player on our Admissions, Financial Aid, and Communication team—a group of people who believe that the right combination of care, humor, and hustle can make a difference in the world… which may be why the person who heads up the division (i.e., me) unabashedly calls it the finest such team in all the land.

    Check out the job description and, if it suits you or someone you know, apply today.

    Ken Anselment

    Dean of Admissions & Financial Aid | Vice President for Communication

    Music-Maker, Dreamer of Dreams

    Lawrence University

    Appleton, Wisconsin

  • January 02, 2018 6:14 PM | Anonymous member

    Notre Dame of Maryland University (NDMU) is a private, catholic university established in 1895 with the mission to educate leaders to transform the world. NDMU is home to Maryland’s only women’s college, and offers a wide variety of co-educational full-time and part-time undergraduate, graduate, doctoral, and certificate programs. The University enrolls approximately 2,500 students and has Schools of Arts, Sciences and Business; Education; Nursing; and Pharmacy. Additionally, the University offers programs for adult students online and at several additional locations across the state. NDMU is located on a beautiful 58-acre wooded campus in the northern Baltimore, Maryland residential neighborhood of Homeland.

    NDMU seeks a Vice President for Enrollment Management and Marketing (VPEM).  Reporting to the President, this chief enrollment officer will oversee the areas of Undergraduate and Graduate Admission, Financial Aid, and Marketing, and provide inspirational and practical leadership in the development, direction, implementation, and evaluation of a diverse portfolio of enrollment programs within the university.  The new vice president will build on recent success which includes an increase in the enrollment of the Women’s College in fall of 2017 and an increase in the retention rate to 81%.


    The position:

    Under the direction of the President, the VPEM will advance the university’s mission through the successful oversight of full-time and part-time undergraduate and graduate admissions, marketing, and financial aid. The position partners collaboratively with the Deans and Directors to set data-informed enrollment projections and to implement comprehensive strategies to achieve and maintain optimum enrollment goals. The selected candidate will also work collaboratively with senior administrators as a member of the President’s Cabinet; in addition, they will work with Board of Trustees, directors, and mid-level management staff to achieve enrollment management goals.

    Furthermore, the VPEM assesses needs, develops assessment criteria, and strategic and operations plans, and determines procedures for all aspects of new student enrollment growth for the institution. The Vice President plans and organizes the administration of the functional areas of the enrollment management offices; collects, analyzes, and presents data needed for policy implementation, decision-making, and project/program development; prepares comprehensive reports, proposals, and presentations; and ensures planning for key committees and board meetings.

    The New Vice President will:

    •  Oversee and direct all operations, programs, services, and activities of the Enrollment Management Division, and provide leadership and managerial oversight through regular meetings with enrollment management directors;

          Develop and implement data-informed recruitment and marketing plans and strategies through strategic marketing and admissions processes to influence prospective student decisions to enroll;

          Direct efforts to achieve enrollment goals in all areas by analyzing key qualitative and quantitative data, engaging with community stakeholders, and monitoring performance indicators of all staff members;

          Assess admissions criteria and oversee admissions decisions that further the university’s enrollment goals;

          Develop enrollment projections for all degree granting programs in collaboration with the Deans and Directors, in alignment with the Strategic Planning & Budget Committee process;

          Initiate, maintain and refine data collection and analysis processes that will assist in evaluating recruitment, admissions procedures, financial aid, marketing events and enrollment management strategies;

          In conjunction with the Director of Financial Aid, develop, oversee, and refine the University’s financial aid matrix and strategies for the optimum utilization of financial aid funds to maximize net tuition revenue and student yield, and minimize the tuition discount rate;

          Lead the Strategic Enrollment and Marketing Committee(s), an interdivisional effort to integrate enrollment and program planning, marketing strategy and projections for all of the University’s undergraduate and graduate degree-granting programs;

          In collaboration with the Provost, support the collection and analysis of retention data and other metrics, and coordinate the development of intentional programmatic initiatives, interventions, and services that positively impact the recruitment, retention and enrichment of students;

          Administer and oversee all aspects of the Enrollment Management operating budget, including salary management;

          Develop and retain a strong team of enrollment professionals;

          Participate in and contribute to the strategic, operational and budget planning processes of the university;

          Maintain up-to-date strategic and operational policies, procedures, and practices for the enrollment management areas in alignment with current and emerging industry best practices; and

          Assure policies, procedures, and practices are in accordance with state and federal laws and regulations, and the university’s goals and objectives.


    The ideal candidate will have a minimum of seven (7) years of professional work experience in higher education (private college or university preferred) in an administrative or supervisory capacity with evidence of progressively increasing responsibility. The successful candidate will possess a demonstrated ability to engage in strategic planning, data and trend analysis, and program development. Additionally, they will have significant experience in developing and implementing complex enrollment management activities, including undergraduate and graduate admissions and recruitment, financial aid, and strategic marketing. An advanced degree in a related field from an accredited college or university is strongly preferred; a Bachelor’s degree is required.

    In addition, the VPEM should have the following skills and characteristics:

          Demonstrated administrative and management adeptness, along with strong leadership and an ability to mentor a motivated staff;

          Excellent written and oral communication and interpersonal skills, including the ability to effectively represent the university with external and internal audiences and stakeholders;

          Strong initiative and ability to devise solutions to complex problems and effectively manage multiple long-term and short-term strategies, programs, and objectives;

          Demonstrated sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, and ethnic backgrounds of students;

          An appreciation and commitment to the history, values and mission of NDMU;

          Liberal use of independent judgment and discretion in decision-making to make seasoned business judgments and offer sound guidance on priorities, issues and directions;

          Strong confidence and sense of self with a sense of humor to balance it all;

          Knowledge and experience with computer-based admissions tracking software (Ellucian CRM Recruit), Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, Access), and other applicable technologies.

    About the University:

    Located on a beautiful 58-acre wooded campus, Notre Dame of Maryland University was founded in 1895 by the School Sisters of Notre Dame and was the first Catholic women’s college to award the bachelor’s degree.  A university dedicated to liberal arts in the Catholic tradition, the diverse community shares the values embedded in the mission: personal and academic excellence, an inclusive community, and service and social responsibility.

    Overall enrollment at Notre Dame is approximately 2,500 students.  At the heart of the institution is the women’s college, with an intimate enrollment of approximately 450 women students. Women and men enroll in the College of Adult Undergraduate Studies as well as in the College of Graduate and Professional Students and NDMU Online.  Additionally, students at NDMU can enroll in varying academic schools: School of Arts, Sciences & Business; School of Education; School of Nursing; School of Pharmacy.  NDMU embodies the pioneering educational tradition and social justice mission that spurred the College of Notre Dame to welcome the first class of women pursuing a four-year baccalaureate degree in 1895.

    Recently, NDMU’s nursing graduates had the second highest pass rate in the state of Maryland (94.5%) on their RN licensing examination. This past spring, NDMU completed highly successful accreditation visits in Business (Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs), Nursing (Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education),  and at the University overall (Middle States Commission on Higher Education).

    Over 84% of the faculty hold doctorates or a terminal degree in their field; and the undergraduate student to faculty ratio is 7 to 1. A member of NCAA Division III, Notre Dame offers eight women’s Intercollegiate sports and competes in the Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC).  For more about Notre Dame of Maryland, see

    About Baltimore:

    Baltimore, also known as Charm City, is a diverse east-coast city home to hip and historic neighborhoods, major league sports, thriving art and technology communities, and a dynamic culture of service and entrepreneurship. Baltimore is a city set apart by the energies of the 120,000 college students who study and work there.  With the world-famous Inner Harbor; renowned museums and attractions; local cuisines and award-winning restaurants and breweries; a popular live music scene, there is plenty to do and see near and around Baltimore. A mix of transit options allows residents to easily connect to national and international destinations; Baltimore is located within three hours of New York City, Philadelphia, Washington D.C and Ocean City, MD. For more information, see Visit Baltimore, Live Baltimore, and the Baltimore Collegetown.

    To apply:

    Napier Executive Search is assisting Notre Dame of Maryland University to search for a Vice President for Enrollment Management and Marketing. For a confidential conversation, or if you wish to nominate someone for this position, contact Mary Napier at  or Laura Robinson at .  If you wish to apply, please send a resume; a cover letter outlining your specific interest in this opportunity at Notre Dame of Maryland; and, contact information for three professional references by email to:  For assurance of full consideration, please submit materials before February 13. There is an anticipated start date of summer 2018. All applications and nominations will be considered confidential and notice will be given before references are contacted.

    Notre Dame of Maryland University does not discriminate in offering equal access to its educational programs and activities or with respect to employment terms and conditions on the basis of age, ancestry, color, creed, disability, gender, gender identity, genetic information, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or protected veteran’s status. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policy: Greg FitzGerald, Chief of Staff, Notre Dame of Maryland University, 4701 North Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21210, 410-532-5109.

    For all other employment inquiries, please contact Human Resources at 410-532-5898 or Notre Dame of Maryland University is an EEO/AA employer.


  • January 02, 2018 11:16 AM | Anonymous

    Primary responsibility of this ‘sales position’ is the recruitment of undergraduate students to Saint Xavier University with a focus on traditional transfer and adult undergraduate students. The Admission Counselor will meet with students in person, conduct on-campus admission presentations to groups of students/parents, and communicate with students and parents via phone, email, and mail to encourage enrollment. This professional will manage an assigned recruitment territory which will include travel to off-campus recruitment events as well as the evaluation of application files for admission decisions. Admission counselors use relational database software to manage recruitment activities and communications. A successful candidate will be expected to provide high quality student service in a fast-paced work environment, meet performance benchmarks, and build quality relationships/partnerships with all constituencies within the Saint Xavier community, faculty, staff, community college advisors, administrators, and area business professionals. 

    For qualifications and additional information, please visit our Employment webpage. 

  • January 02, 2018 11:01 AM | Anonymous


    Primary responsibilities include the implementation, use and management of the University’s CRM system, Technolutions Slate, to streamline admission operations and enhance the recruitment process. This position is responsible for all aspects of recruitment data management, including data imports and exports, and the use of data in recruitment activities and operations. The individual will develop CRM processes to automate admission business practices, build queries for recruitment reporting and strategy development, and other key operations and recruitment functions. This key staff member will also collaborate with the Office of Information Technology on data integration and the relationship between Slate and the University’s student information system, Ellucian Colleague.  The individual will assist in developing and documenting policies and procedures, based on best practices, for the use of Slate within Admission and other related units. He/she will provide technical and data-related support, services, and training as needed related to Admission technology, as well as additional duties as assigned. 

    For Qualifications and additional information, please visit the positing on our Employment webpage.

    Contact Information: Brian Hotzfield, Executive Director of Admission, 773-298-3096, 

  • December 29, 2017 10:45 AM | Anonymous member


    The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater seeks a Student Status Examiner Senior. The Student Status Examiner Senior will be responsible for the comprehensive review of all transfer, readmit, and special degree seeking applications. This position will examine and determine residency, determine admissibility, and evaluate all transfer credit. The Student Status Examiner Senior will serve as a liaison with campus offices regarding admission and transfer policies.

    To apply and/or see a full job description, please visit  Priority date to apply is January 12th


  • December 23, 2017 9:39 AM | Anonymous member

    “Having Light, We Pass It On To Others” 

    ~Wittenberg’s motto

    Wittenberg is a vibrant community of learners that places teaching excellence and the success of every student at the forefront of its mission.

    ~ Dr. Michael L. Frandsen, Wittenberg President

    Wittenberg University, a private, coeducational, residential liberal arts college affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) and located in Springfield, Ohio, invites candidates for the position of Vice President for Enrollment Management.  Reporting to President Frandsen and serving as a member of Senior Staff, the successful candidate will oversee the strategic efforts of admission and student financial services, including financial aid and student accounts, and work collaboratively with key partners to enhance student retention and institutional marketing.  Wittenberg seeks a dynamic and innovative enrollment leader with keen data analytical skills, an emphasis on operational efficiencies, and the capacity to convey the warm spirit and remarkable stories of Wittenberg’s community.

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

    The primary duties and responsibilities for the Vice President for Enrollment Management are as follows:

          Work closely with the President and other Senior Staff to craft and implement enrollment strategies to accomplish ambitious goals built on the foundation of a strong mission and tradition;

          Strategically and aggressively plan, develop, execute and assess an enrollment plan for entering students, keeping in mind retention and student success;

          Employ an analytical mindset to effectively use data and cutting-edge technology to inform decision-making and improve overall efficiency of enrollment and marketing processes;

          Develop and execute competitive aid packages, pricing philosophies and strategies to leverage financial aid and scholarships to achieve enrollment goals;

          Lead, motivate and empower talented and hardworking staff and serve as an advocate and mentor;

          Knit together a division dedicated to welcoming and retaining prospective students through genuine relationship-building with students, parents, alumni and counselors;

          Understand and champion the recruitment of diverse student populations and educate others on how to support them;

          Work closely with University Communications to identify marketing opportunities to effectively tell the story of the institution and suggest sound strategies to deliver those messages in an impactful way;

          Collaborate across campus and bridge together departments, programs, and offices including Athletics, COMPASS: Sweet Success Center, co-curricular programs and varying academic departments to attract and retain students;

          Evaluate and redirect resources as needed to meet the established goals;

          Serve on or lead committees, such as the Enrollment Management Advisory Committee, to propel the priorities of the division and the university;

          Engage with the internal and external communities in intentional and authentic ways.

    Qualifications, Qualities and Characteristics:

    The successful candidate will possess a depth of experience in higher education enrollment management and a track record of success, including knowledge of recruitment, admission, student financial services and retention.  An appreciation and exhibited understanding of the liberal arts mission of the institution is strongly desired. A bachelor’s degree is required, while an advanced degree is preferred. 

    In addition, candidates should demonstrate the following qualifications, qualities and characteristics:

          Strategic leadership mindset with the ability to execute and implement innovative and creative ideas with a well-crafted approach;

          Dedication to the attributes of flexibility, creativity, compassion and grit;

          A philanthropic conviction that instills a willingness to actively engage in the Wittenberg community and give of their time and talent to the university and wider community;

          Appreciation for a transformative college experience;

          Strong listener who is open minded, compassionate and patient;

          Dedication to mission, tradition and history and the propensity to be inspired by it;

          Understanding of best practices, demographic trends and the landscape in higher education;

          Ability to strengthen communication within the division and across campus in order to engender an environment of trust, transparency and mutual respect; and

          Effective budgeting and financial acumen.


    Founded in 1845, Wittenberg University is a Lutheran-affiliated liberal arts college in the heart of Southwest Ohio, that enjoys a national reputation for excellent academic standards and is widely known for its friendly and welcoming atmosphere.  Wittenberg is home to 1,900 full-time students from 37 states and 15 countries. With more than 80 majors in total including those in the humanities, arts and sciences, Wittenberg also offers distinct academic programming in pre-professional disciplines, including business and teacher education certification. Key partnerships with other universities provide cooperative programs in engineering, forestry, environmental management, and nursing, among others.

    Student success and results are an important focus at Wittenberg.  Ninety-eight percent of Wittenberg students walk across the graduation stage with jobs or acceptances to some of the nation’s top graduate programs. Generous alumni give back and continue the cycle of success, contributing to support current students to experience the highest quality  of education from world-class faculty, receive a superior value for their education dollars, and enjoy a campus life that is robust and inclusive.

    With a rich athletic tradition, Wittenberg is a member of the North Coast Athletic Conference and fields 25 intercollegiate Division III teams (#TigerUp).  Many of those sports and a number of academic departments will be housed in the new Health, Wellness and Athletics Restoration and Expansion Initiative.  Students thrive in Wittenberg’s active university community, participating in over 100 student organizations, vibrant campus programs, and benefit from a commitment to a holistic living environment.

    Faculty are the inspirational heart of the campus. Wittenberg is home to 122 full-time faculty, 97 percent of whom hold the highest degree in their field. In 2010 The Chronicle of Higher Education named Wittenberg one of the nation’s top producers of Fulbright Scholars among bachelor degree-granting institutions. The University also currently has more Ohio Professors of the Year than any other four-year institution in the state.  The Princeton Review has ranked Wittenberg 4th in the nation for Most Accessible Professors and 11th in the nation for Best Classroom Experience.

    To learn more about Wittenberg University, go to

    LOCATION: Springfield, Ohio is an all-American city with a population of 61,000.  Springfield and Wittenberg have a reciprocal relationship, each benefitting because of the other. Site Selection magazine has ranked the Springfield Metro Area second in the nation when it comes to new or expanded economic development projects for metros of its size.  Short commutes, community advocacy and a variety of school choices in the city and county add to the quality of life in this Midwestern city.  Those who love the outdoors will thrive on the National Trail Parks and Recreation District whether biking, hiking hundreds of miles of trails or kayaking through downtown Springfield.  Dayton is located 25 miles to the west; Columbus is 45 miles to the east; and Cincinnati is 75 miles to the southwest.


    Dr. Michael L. Frandsen was named the 15th president of Wittenberg University and began his term in July 2017.  A Pennsylvania native, Frandsen grew up on and around the Penn State campus, then earned his B.S. in finance with distinction. Later he earned an M.B.A. from Penn State and a Ph.D. from University of Texas at Austin.  As a swim coach, he gained a teacher-coach mentality. As a successful finance specialist with corporations, he learned to think broadly about organizations. As a faculty member at several institutions, he brought an innovative spirit to his teaching. And with roles in college administration, he formed an acute understanding of today’s higher education landscape.  As Board of Directors’ Chair Jonathan Eilert indicates, “President Frandsen clearly sees the big picture, finds the intersections that create opportunity, seeks out creative solutions and collaborates effectively with constituents, all the while staying focused on students...and their success.”

    TO APPLY: Napier Executive Search ( is assisting Wittenberg University with this search for a Vice President for Enrollment Management.  For a confidential conversation, or if you wish to nominate someone for this position, please contact Mary Napier ( or Laura Robinson ( )  If you wish to apply, please send a resumé, a detailed letter of interest with emphasis on what attracts you specifically to Wittenberg and contact information for three professional references by email to: Although resumés will be reviewed until the position is filled, for assurance of full consideration, please submit materials before February 7.  Formal interviews are anticipated in late February, with an expected start date in July 2018. All applications and nominations will be considered confidential and notice will be given before references are contacted.

    Wittenberg University is an equal access/equal opportunity affirmative action university.

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