Office of Enrollment Management
The Office of Enrollment Management works closely with faculty and staff across the campus to recruit, enroll, serve, and retain the best, brightest, and most diverse student body from Ohio, across the United States, and around the globe.
The Office of Enrollment Management provides leadership to the Office of Admission, Bursar, the Office of International Education, the Office of the Registrar, and the Office of Student Financial Assistance.
Goals for the 2012–2013 academic year include the following actions:
I. Continue to Advance Enrollment Management’s Functional Identity, Organization, and Culture at Miami
Lead the continued advancement of an enrollment management infrastructure and culture that embraces data-driven decision-making to strategically manage the University’s multi-year enrollment planning and related student services, and effectively and efficiently support the priorities of Office of the President, Office of the Provost, and the broader University.
II. Proactively Manage Undergraduate Enrollment Size and Composition
Meet all fall numeric enrollment objectives while continuing to advance the goals outlined in the Strategic Priorities Task Force recommendations.
III. Enhance and Integrate Miami’s State, Regional, National, and International Marketing and Communication Efforts to Increase Interest from Prospective Students, Parents, and Other Key Influencers
Continue to enrich and further personalize all communication and marketing mediums (paper collateral, web, and email) and integrate data management to increase Miami’s visibility and best leverage its core value propositions to prospective audiences and key influencers to meet its ambitious multi-year enrollment goals.
IV. Develop and Implement a Multi-Year Institutional Aid Strategy Plan
Continue to develop a long-term infrastructure to strengthen the University’s capability to proactively predict and control institutional aid resources, positively impact in-state and out-of-state yield, enhance the student academic profile, and maximize net tuition revenue.