The Five Steps to Managing Enrollment Goals
(and Getting Buy-In)
If you’re in the planning process for your institution, you know there are common issues that arise every year that prevents alignment among senior leadership and strategic enrollment for next year’s freshman class and beyond. With no shortage of questions and conflicting interests, this time of year can leave enrollment leaders wondering, “Why does this keep occurring?”
If that’s the case for you, then you won’t want to miss our live webinar with Othot’s Director of Partner Relations, Chris Lucier, a former VP of Enrollment Management!
During this first of a two-part webinar series, Chris will be sharing his best practices for managing the enrollment goal setting process so you can properly navigate all discussions and interests and attain buy-in from senior leadership!
- The root causes preventing enrollment management from getting on the same page with senior leadership
- The five steps necessary for enrollment management leaders to take to ensure clarity, transparency, and buy-in of institutional goals with senior leadership
- How to support and streamline this process with predictive and prescriptive analytics
Chris currently serves as Othot’s Director of Partner Relations. He has enjoyed a successful career in enrollment management at universities, including most recently at the University of Delaware. During his time at Delaware, Chris led the University to new record highs in undergraduate enrollment from the Fall of 2017 to 2018, while increasing in diversity at the same time. In addition to enrollment achievement, he launched several new enrichment programs and initiatives that will be felt by the University and its students for years to come.
Before Chris’ time at the University of Delaware led undergraduate admissions and enrollment strategy at the University of Vermont for seven years. Previously, he was the director of recruitment and operations in the Office of Undergraduate Admissions at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, where he earlier served as senior associate director of recruitment and marketing.