The 2018–2019 Student Affairs Committee will examine institutional leadership models (assistant/associate deans, professional staff) and professional development needs to optimize achievement of AACP Strategic Priority #1 on the applicant pipeline.
The Student Affairs Committee will:
- Determine the leadership skills necessary to develop and implement a successful student recruitment strategy in a competitive admissions environment.
- Develop a summary of successful leadership development practices that improve student recruitment outcomes in terms of applicant volume, yield, or diversity.
- Identify gaps in knowledge about student recruitment and potential resources to address them.
- Identify strategies to better engage individual and organizational partners beyond the traditional admissions team in the student recruitment process.
- Research and analyze recruitment, marketing, and communication plans to determine what strategies best appeal to the psychological needs and expectations of millennials and Gen Z students.
|Jennifer S. Williams (The University of Tennessee) Chair|
|Dale E. English (Sullivan University) Member|
|Donald A. Goodwin (The University of New Mexico) Member|
|Lauren Hammond (Samford University) Student Member|
|Holly L. Mason (Purdue University) Member|
|Heather M. Petrelli (University of South Florida) Member|
|Monzurul A. Roni (Hampton University) Member|
|Kyle Sousa (West Coast University) Member|
|Jenny A. Van Amburgh (Northeastern University) Member|
|Libby J. Ross (American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy) Staff Liaison|