Vice President for Enrollment Management
The Vice President for Enrollment Management is responsible for the enrollment management processes and strategies of the University. S/he develops, coordinates, and monitors a comprehensive enrollment management program in order to reach the enrollment goals of the University. The following administrators report to the Vice President for Enrollment Management:
- Director of Undergraduate Admissions
The Director of Undergraduate Admissions is responsible for the recruitment of new undergraduate students, including transfers to Marywood University. The Director also coordinates the publications of undergraduate recruitment and marketing materials.
- Director of Graduate Admissions
The Director of Graduate Admissions is responsible for the recruitment of graduate students, coordinating graduate recruitment activities with the deans and faculty of the University's colleges and School of Social Work.
- Director of Financial Aid
The Director of Financial Aid is responsible for the administration of all student financial aid transactions, both undergraduate and graduate, including institutional awards, federal and state aid programs, loan programs, and endowed scholarships.
The Registrar is responsible for the registration of all students, the receiving and recording of all grades, and for the maintenance and preservation of the official academic records of students. In addition, the Registrar is responsible for enrollment data and related statistical reports as needed. The Registrar also serves as "designated school official" for U.S. Immigration matters relating to students.
Director of Library Services
The Director of Library Services is responsible for the administration of the Library, the supervision of Library professional staff, and the implementation of information services.
In addition to the above, faculty members assist the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs by taking on administrative tasks as part of their workloads, such as research and community collaboration.