Brad Myers retired from The Ohio State University near the end of 2016, where he served for nearly 20 years as the University Registrar. He is a broadly experienced higher education professional with over thirty-five years of leadership experience in student records/registration, financial aid, orientation, college office management, student advising and developing a consolidated service center. His responsibilities included leadership roles related to student systems, semester conversion, data services, transfer credit, space management and general student services for students. Brad’s experience includes leadership in a large organizational setting with an emphasis on organizational and change management, fiscal management and personnel management. He is very team-oriented with excellent communication skills, high energy, and a strong, holistic commitment to both service, students and the broader higher education community.
Some examples of specific projects with key roles at Ohio State:
• Conversion of the university calendar from quarters to semesters (2009-2013).
• Design and construction of a new Student Academic Services building (2007-2010).
• Interim Director, Student Financial Aid (2008-2009).
• Implementation of a Consolidated Services Center (“one stop”), (2007-2009).
• Implementation of PeopleSoft/Oracle Student Information System (2005-2009).
Brad has also been very involved at a state and national professional level, having served as president of AACRAO (American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers) and OACRAO (Ohio Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers). He has served as an instructor for professional development courses with AACRAO, both in-person and online, and has been an author and member of the editorial board for three AACRAO FERPA (Family Education Rights and Privacy Act) Guides.
Brad did all of his academic work at Ohio State: BS in Psychology, JD, and worked on a PhD in Higher Education Administration.