The Division of Enrollment Management is responsible for developing enrollment strategy, implementing and assessing strategic and operational programs to recruit, admit, retain, and graduate undergraduate students consistent with UVM’s traditions, values, mission, vision, and evolving strategic goals. The Division of Enrollment Management is comprised of; undergraduate admissions, enrollment analytics, strategic retention, student financial services including student employment, and the office of the registrar including transfer affairs and student veteran services.

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Vice Provost for Enrollment Management

The Vice Provost for Enrollment Management, as a member of the provost's senior leadership team, works to develop and cultivate a collaborative University-wide environment to coordinate and synchronize enrollment management from first contact through retention and persistence to graduation

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Orientation Program Manager

The New Student Orientation Program assists incoming students in gaining the knowledge, skills and opportunities that will enable them to make a smooth transition to the University of Vermont and to become engaged and productive members of the community. Orientation is an essential first step in an ongoing effort to retain students and promote their continued success throughout their academic journeys. The Orientation Office leads university-wide strategic planning and program development for academic and co-curricular processes, communications, and campus-based and online programs for new students annually.

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University Registrar

The Office of the Registrar is responsible for maintaining student records, producing transcripts and diplomas, providing enrollment and degree verifications, determining in-state residency for tuition purposes, articulating undergraduate transfer credit, coding degree audits, providing service to student veterans, overseeing the myUVM portal, and answering the main University telephone line.  The office works collaboratively with campus partners in creating articulation agreements and pathway programs, building the schedule of courses, scheduling classrooms, processing registrations, and assisting with Orientation and Commencement.  We strive to provide exceptional service in a professional and collaborative manner with integrity and respect

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Coordinator of Strategic Retention

The Coordinator of Strategic Retention works collaboratively with a wide range of campus stakeholders to develop retention and re-enrollment strategies and implement strategic retention initiatives across the university. Using data-informed decision-making, the Coordinator of Strategic Retention works to help the university achieve its retention goals by developing retention strategy and translating it into actionable initiatives.

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Strategic Enrollment Management Initiatives Director

The Strategic Enrollment Management Initiatives Director is responsible for all undergraduate admissions and financial aid reporting and provides analytical support for data informed decision making. They are responsible for the development of the admissions enrollment model and the financial aid, scholarship projection and net tuition revenue models which are of critical importance to the University's mission to enroll and retain high caliber students. The Strategic EM Initiatives Director utilizes available data sources to develop exploratory and confirmatory data analyses to support strategic and operational decision-making for the division of Enrollment Management.

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Director of Student Financial Services

The Office of Student Financial Services (SFS) works collaboratively within the broader University in support of all student finance matters including federal and institutional financial aid administration, centralized student scholarships, student receivables, collections, loan repayment, and the Student Employment Office, which serves all Undergraduate on-campus student employment and Federal Work Study employment. SFS serves as a strategic and collaborative partner in support of university recruitment, retention, and student success initiatives. SFS works with all student levels and populations and with students and parents from the initial interest in the University, throughout enrollment, and with graduates in repayment of their education loans.

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Director of Admissions

The Office of Undergraduate Admissions is responsible for the outreach, recruitment, admission and enrollment of undergraduate first-year, transfer and international students. The admissions office consists of forty staff and supports prospective students and parents by focusing on areas such as campus visits and events, territory management and admissions counseling, operations, data management, application review, technology, diversity and international admissions, alumni admissions, and marketing and communications.