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Vice President for Enrollment Baltimore, MD

The University of Baltimore (UB) seeks a creative and strategic enrollment management leader to serve as its Vice President for Enrollment (VPE). Reporting directly to the President and serving as a member of the Executive Team, the VPE will work closely with other senior leaders to provide vision and leadership for enrollment management. The VPE will provide critical leadership in meeting the University’s strategic enrollment goals in its primary market segments: transfer, professional, and graduate students. The VPE will play a lead role in helping the university to capitalize on a bold and ambitious vision. This individual will oversee integrated enrollment division, overseeing admissions, financial aid, marketing and creative services, and records and registration.  

The University of Baltimore is a public, coeducational university part of the University of Maryland System. The University’s mission focuses on serving adult and returning students who aspire for advancement in their careers. With a 95 year legacy of creating leaders, the University approaches its centennial (2025) with a strong sense of purpose as an institution of and for the city of Baltimore.

UB has been named by U.S. News & World Report as a Top Performer on Social Mobility for Regional Universities in the North, tied for number one in Maryland, and is among the top 13 percent overall in social mobility in the Best Colleges 2020 rankings. The College of Public Affairs has been ranked in the top 25 percent of the nation's graduate public affairs schools. The 2020 U.S News & World Report ranked the UB School of Law as having the 25th best part-time J.D. program and the 15th best clinical law program in the country. UB's Merrick School of Business became the very first AACSB International-accredited school to launch an MBA program that was available to students fully online. Their B.S. in Business Administration is ranked as one of the nation's best undergraduate business programs and their online MBA ranked one of the nation's top such programs for the eighth consecutive year; also ranked one of the nation's best online MBA programs for veterans. Among its many accolades, UB was named to the list of the Best Regional Universities in the North in 2019.

The University has an enrollment of just under 5,000 students, which includes 2,097 undergraduate students, 1,655 graduate students, and 724 law students, with students of color making up half of the student body. Reflecting its focus on adult students, the average age of an undergraduate is 29; the average age of graduate student is 33. As a multicultural community, UB fosters a diverse community where the contributions of all students, faculty, staff and alumni are valued. They value diverse ideas, experiences, and perspectives which they believe are critical in strengthening the professional, intellectual and cultural agility of their students in their communities and workplaces.

The successful candidate will be an experienced and forward-looking enrollment management leader with a track record for growing graduate, professional and undergraduate transfer enrollment, while recruiting and retaining a diverse student body, and executing a vision to achieve institutional goals. Candidates must also possess excellent statistical, communication, and interpersonal skills, and be committed to the University’s dedication to diversity.

Dan Rodas is leading this search with Alycia Johnson.

UB is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/ADA Compliant Employer & Title IX Institution.

The University of Baltimore ("UB" or "University") does not discriminate on the basis of sex, gender, race, religion, age, disability, national origin, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, or other legally protected characteristics in its programs, activities or employment practices.


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