Vice President for Enrollment Management

Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, the top-ranked undergraduate engineering college in the U.S., seeks an inspiring, forward-thinking and collaborative leader to serve as its next vice president for enrollment management.


Founded in 1874, Rose‑Hulman is a nationally recognized, elite and distinctive community dedicated to all things science, engineering and mathematics and laser focused on teaching excellence and student support. With a campus-wide commitment to student success and a culture of collaboration, the school attracts and develops students who thrive on devising novel solutions and embrace the iterative process. Rose-Hulman's 2,100 undergraduate students and more than 70 graduate students benefit from the Institute's unique blend of personal attention, exceptional teaching, academic rigor and experiential learning. Situated on a beautiful campus near Terre Haute, Indiana, a small city about one hour west of Indianapolis and a few hours away from several large cities, Rose-Hulman is home to some of the nation’s top science, technology, engineering and math students, faculty and facilities.


The new vice president for enrollment management will join an institution with a long history of innovation and impact. As an institute on the leading edge of science, engineering and mathematics education, Rose-Hulman seeks a new enrollment leader who will imagine, develop and execute a bold vision for the next era of enrollment management. The vice president for enrollment management will lead the strategies and tactics to further Rose-Hulman's competitive standing and ability to enroll an exceptionally talented and diverse student body that will contribute to a rich academic and extracurricular experience. In discharging their responsibilities, the vice president will serve as a collaborative partner and work closely with Rose-Hulman leadership to consistently align enrollment with the academic and Institute priorities.


Rose-Hulman's next vice president for enrollment management will be an experienced professional who brings exceptional strategic, quantitative and analytic skills. They should bring vision, optimism, communication and energy to leading the Institute in navigating the evolving higher education student marketplace. The successful candidate will take a proactive approach in understanding the competitive landscape and preparing for both short- and longer-term goal achievement. The vice president who is selected will possess a track record of enrollment success; an innovative spirit; a collaborative approach that breaks down silos; an ability to lead and navigate change; a high level of technical competence, including the ability to connect admissions and marketing strategies; a desire to continuously improve and grow enrollment; a commitment to access, diversity and inclusion; and the ability to embrace and greatly extend the distinct mission of the Institute.


Inquiries, nominations and applications for the vice president for enrollment management opportunity are invited. Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. Candidates should provide, as two separate documents, a resume and a letter of application that addresses the responsibilities and requirements described in the Leadership Statement, available at These materials should be sent electronically via e-mail to Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology’s consultants, Amy Crutchfield and Andrew Bowen, at consultants can be reached through the desk of Paula Verace at


Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology values diversity and is committed to equal opportunity for all persons regardless of age, color, disability, ethnicity, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, veteran status or any other status protected by law.