Strategic Enrollment Management Conference

An additional registration fee is required to attend the workshops. Please specify your workshop on the registration form or during the online registration process. 

Sunday, October 26, 2014
8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

S1.3508  Sustainable Models and Best Practices for Graduate and Professional SEM
Fee: $325 if attending SEM/$450 if only attending workshop
This dynamic workshop is focused on developing sustainable models and implementing best practices for graduate and professional SEM. Workshop presenters will lead dialogues on undergraduate-focused SEM similarities and connections, but also emphasize differences and fissions in how graduate-focused recruitment, retention and student success goals and outcomes are decided and achieved, respectively. Workshop participants will engage in graduate and professional SEM discussions and activities.
Monique L. Snowden, Fielding Graduate University
Thomas P Rock, Ed.D., Teachers College at Columbia University
Joshua LaFave, State University of New York College at Potsdam

S1.3740  The Core Concepts of SEM
Fee: $325 if attending SEM/$450 if only attending workshop
This introductory workshop will provide an overview of the concepts and strategies that define successful SEM organizations. Participants will expand their understanding of SEM and take away action plans for achieving enrollment goals upon their return to campus. Whether you are new to SEM or seeking a refresher course, this workshop is the ideal preparation for an outstanding conference.
Alicia K Moore, Central Oregon Community College
Brent Gage, University of Alabama at Birmingham

S1.3760 Admissions Forum @ SEM     CANCELLED DUE TO LOW ENROLLMENT
Fee: $325 if attending SEM/$450 if only attending workshop
The Admissions Forum @ SEM will provide an environment to discuss the principles, issues, foundations, trends, and future directions of enrollment management from the perspective of an admissions leader. The forum format provides a full day opportunity to learn from seasoned professionals and engage in discussions with emerging leadership in the field on current topics and issues targeted to meeting enrollment goals.
Melanie Gottlieb, Cottey College
Luke Schultheis, Virginia Commonwealth University 
Jacqui Elliot, Marion Military Institute