Because of the disruption of campus due to COVID-19, the work on the SEM plan was placed on temporary hold. The process will restart and be completed the fall 2020 semester. The scope and committee participation will be narrowed to help it better align with the development of the University's new long range plan. While much of the work done will still be applicable and valuable goals and strategies will be reevaluated due significant changes in circumstances that affect enrollment.
Senior Leadership is charged with overall management of SEM process and communication with Board of Governors.
The SEM Steering Committee shall be responsible for developing the SEM plan and oversight of the four councils, subcommittees and data support team.
The Academic Programs and Deliveries Council strives to develop and align academic programs and deliveries to meet the demands of current students.
The Marketing and Communications Council strives to raise the profile of the university via both internal and external marketing and communication.
The Data Support Team serves as the primary resource for enrollment data — environment scanning, student enrollment behavior research, enrollment models — or other data as needed.
The Community Involvement Subcommittee strives to seek input from alumni and the community regarding enrollment management planning.