Enrollment Management Council
June 10, 2003
|Pam Braden||A||Curt Fulmer||P||Chris Mowry||A|
|Joe Badgley||A||Tammy Harper||A||Christine Post||P|
|Stan Coberly||P||Dotty Muir||P||Sy Sarkarat||A|
|Ragina Copeland||A||Cindy Kelley||A|
|Jenny Dawkins||A||Cecelia Malhotra||P|
|Connie Dziagwa||A||Carolyn McHolland||P|
|Karen Branham||P||Paul Milhoan||A|
Review Recruiting Activities
Christine Post reported that the GUS program is in its fifth week at the Jackson County Center. She noted that of the original forty students to register for the program thirty-four remain.
Tim Beardsley noted that thirty-one of thirty-four remain in the GUS program on the Parkersburg campus. Tim distributed a handout listing summer GUS activities.
Cecelia reported that enrollment numbers are up for both summer and fall semesters.
Tim reported that he and Tom have several student activities planned for the summer. Part of GUS activities will include all summer school students as well. Dotty asked Tim to see about having fliers posted announcing the activities.
It was reported that 54 of the 1,120 students registered for summer classes are Promise Scholars.
15 of those are registered spring 03, summer 03 and fall 03 semester. 4 for spring 03 and summer 03 semester, and
33 registered for summer 03.
Augie reported that 40 of the 73 (56%) promise scholars that we had for fall and or spring are not eligible for the scholarship in the fall.
Dotty stated that it was her goal to have a strategic plan for recruitment developed by the end of July. This plan will show who, what or when specific programs will take place.
It was suggested that we approach the following companies to about offering classes to their employees:
Bureau of Public Debt
American Institute of Banking
Increase Summer Class Selection
Veteranís (direct advertisement to vets)