Interim Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management



Interim Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management

A thriving public research university and critical engine of social mobility located on Massachusetts’ South Coast, UMass Dartmouth seeks an Interim Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management. Reporting directly to the Chancellor in this newly elevated role, the Interim Vice Chancellor will bring expertise in national best practices and data-informed strategy to an evaluation and optimization of the division’s current admissions and financial aid practices. The Interim Vice Chancellor will ideally lead the division’s talented staff through the Fall 2021 admissions cycle and into the summer of 2022.

The university’s story is one of tremendous momentum and continuous expansion. Established in 1895, UMass Dartmouth has evolved from its textile roots into a comprehensive, nationally ranked research university that offers an array of highly regarded undergraduate and graduate programs in the liberal arts and sciences, business, engineering, nursing and the visual and performing arts. The University also includes the only public law school in Massachusetts and a School of Marine Science and Technology offering graduate degrees. Ranked second in Massachusetts for social mobility, UMass Dartmouth is proud to serve as an important engine of opportunity for a diverse and talented student body.

The Interim Vice Chancellor will provide strategic leadership in all facets of planning and meeting the university’s enrollment and revenue goals related to undergraduate, graduate, transfer, and online students. The Interim Vice Chancellor will have experience leading a team through a period of change with optimism and energy, a strong understanding of national trends and best practices in enrollment, and deep expertise in the optimal collection, analysis, and use of enrollment data. A personal and professional commitment to ensuring that work of the division and the workplace of the division are both shaped by the highest principles of inclusion and equity is essential.

To view the position profile, please visit Storbeck Search’s website.

For best consideration, please send all nominations and applications to:

Sue May, Partner

Matthew Marsallo, Managing Associate

Storbeck Search

It is the policy of UMass Dartmouth not to discriminate against any applicant for admission or employment, or against any employee, or in any educational programs, on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, sex, or sexual orientation.