Enrollment Management

Student Success Enrollment Management AVP or "Number Two" Faculty Graduate Mid-Level New Professional Senior Level VP for Student Affairs

The Enrollment Management KC provides an opportunity for NASPA members to engage in discussions, access resources, and exchange information regarding enrollment management topics especially in relation to studen affairs. The EMKC provides an opportunity for supporting leaders (VPs, AVPs, directors, faculty) that include enrollment responsibilities within their work to assist them in gaining access to additional resources and training. Members will share their common interests, knowledge, and innovative practices to help support each other, student success, and the NASPA mission. 

Welcome from the Chair

Welcome to the NASPA Enrollment Management Knowledge Community. Regardless of your role in student affairs, this knowledge community will offer you resources that enhance your work in enrollment management and provide you with an opportunity to contribute to a knowledge base that will benefit your colleagues across the country. Be a part of creating a new knowledge community that will impact your work and the success of our students and institutions.

Roster

Knowledge Community leaders are NASPA volunteers who have generously devoted their time to their Knowledge Community. Co-Chairs are elected by the Knowledge Community members while Regional representatives are selected in collaboration with the Regional leadership. Additional roles are selected by the EMKC leadership team and self-nominations or suggested positions are always welcome.

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Awards

Award Name: Outstanding Enrollment Management Professional

 

Award Purpose: The award recognizes outstanding contributions to the field of Enrollment Management. Awards may recognize those who contribute to enrollment programs and initiatives on their campuses, through research, and/or through NASPA or other professional associations.

Overview and Eligibility: Individuals nominated should be actively involved in Enrollment Management as a field and should demonstrate leadership and commitment to the field. Nominations should demonstrate evidence of the impact of the individual’s work on their campus, professional associations, or in Student Affairs and Enrollment Management. 

Selection Criteria: Applications must include a nomination letter, current vitae and two letters of support from professional colleagues, staff, and/or students. Recipients must be members of NASPA. Application/nomination materials should include evidence of significant impact. Applications should be sent to Dr. Mark Allen Poisel at mark.poisel@gmail.com 

Timeline: Applications are currently being accepted Until November 4 with award presented in conjunction with the annual meeting in the spring. 

Recogntion: Recipients will receive a certificate and a token of appreciation (e.g., plaque, desk ornament, etc.) and will be recognized at the NASPA annual conference during the EMKC Business meeting. Additionally, a letter of commendation will be sent from the KC co-Chairs to the President of the recipient institution. Finally, the individual will be showcased on the NASPA EMKC website.  

 

Award Name: Outstanding Programming in Enrollment Management 


Award Purpose: The award recognizes extraordinary programs and practices in the field of Enrollment Management. The award may be in recognition of a new program, improved activities, assessment activities or promising practices. 

Overview and Eligibility: Programs being nominated should demonstrate a significant impact on an institution’s Enrollment Management practices or programs. Nominations must provide evidence of outcomes. 

Selection Criteria: Submissions must include a nomination letter and a description of the program or practice of no more than 1500 words in a PDF document. In addition, submissions must include summary of assessment, including demonstration of outcomes. Finally, submissions may but are not required to include no more than two letters of support. Strong nominations demonstrate innovation as well as impact, and demonstrate the potential for applicability to other institutions by addressing current regional or national challenges. Applications should be sent to Dr. Mark Allen Poisel at mark.poisel@gmail.com.

Timeline: Applications are currently being accepted Until November 4 with award presented in conjunction with the annual meeting in the spring.

Recognition: Recipients will receive a certificate and a token of appreciation (e.g., plaque, desk ornament, etc.) and will be recognized at the NASPA annual conference during the EMKC Business meeting.  Additionally, a letter of commendation will be sent from the KC Chair to the President of the recipient institution. Finally, the program will be showcased on the NASPA EMKC website. 

 

 

Resources

We will be adding links to websites, articles, books, or reports for your consideration to help create a listing of resources you may want to consider as you explore enrollment management topics.