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David Voskuil

David Voskuil, and enrollment management professional with more than 40 year in higher education administration, has been appointed interim vice president for enrollment management beginning January 2, 2018.

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Dave Voskuil appointed interim vice president for enrollment management

Dec 12, 2017

President Pamela A. Eibeck announced yesterday the appointment of Dave Voskuil as interim vice president for enrollment management, effective January 2, 2018. Voskuil will provide continued leadership for the Office of Enrollment Management following J. Michael Thompson's resignation.

Voskuil most recently served as the vice president of enrollment management at Emory & Henry College in Emory, Virginia, where he increased undergraduate enrollment to its highest level in more than a decade. Previously, he was vice president of enrollment services at Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas, which experienced three successive years of enrollment growth under his leadership.

Voskuil has more than 40 years of experience in college/university administration, primarily within the four-year, private liberal arts college and university setting. For more than 24 of those years, he served at the vice presidential level, including leadership responsibilities in the areas of student admission, financial aid, registration and records, student life, NCAA intercollegiate athletics, student retention committees and first-year experience programming.

He has been the chief enrollment officer for 10 private institutions and served as a consultant to 12 private, liberal arts colleges, including 10 primarily affiliated with the United Methodist Church, where he helped with the planning of admission and financial aid programming, resulting in overall enrollment development and growth at each institution.

Voskuil's appointment goes through August 2018. Provost Maria Pallavicini is chairing a nationwide search, beginning in spring, for a permanent leader for Enrollment Management. Given the critical importance of this function, the position has been elevated to the vice presidential level. 

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