AACRAO Consulting Blog

It’s all in the SEMantics

Keeping you ahead of the higher education curve is what we do. That includes providing quick and easy access to critical insight and information you can leverage to make better strategic decisions. Our SEMantics blog shares the latest news about the work our consultants are doing with institutions across the nation and the world, as well as the latest trends and developments that impact you. Read our most recent posts here, or browse through our archive by topic or key word.

C&U Journal: The Emerging Role of the Registrar in Enrollment Management

Dr. Rodney Parks, University Registrar and Assistant to the Provost, and Alexander Taylor, Assistant Registrar for Communications at Elon University in Elon, North Carolina, co-authored an article in AACRAO’s spring 2019 College & University Journal. The article titled: The Emerging Role of the Registrar in Enrollment Management

C&U Journal: "Workspace: The Final Frontier"

​Dr. Rodney Parks​, Registrar and Assistant to the Provost at Elon University in Elon, North Carolina, and Jesse Parrish, Financial Manager in the Department of Architectural Science at Ryerson University in Toronto, Ontario and previously the Assistant Registrar for Communications at Elon University co-authored an article in AACRAO’s March 2018 College & University Journal.

C&U Journal: "Office of the Registrar: Mission and Vision"

AACRAO Senior Consultant Howard Shanken​ and David Sauter, University Registrar at Miami University, have written an article in AACRAO’s November 2017 College & University Journal titled: " Office of the Registrar: Mission and Vision".

8 tips for managing change

​At the AACRAO SEM Conference on Monday, CUNY Borough of Manhattan Community College’s Vice Provost of Enrollment Management Diane Walleser, along with colleagues from the admissions, registration and financial aid departments, presented a session on “Managing the Messy Middle of Change.”

I’m a new Registrar. Now what?

Starting a new job can lead to excitement, nervousness, and every emotion in between. For many, it’s an easy transition, but what if you find yourself in over your head?