The 2014 Enrollment Management Symposium, a day-long symposium, was designed to showcase Georgia institutions strategies and programs aimed at increasing enrollment, retention, and completion. The morning portion of the symposium featured a keynote address by Dr. Angela Bell, USG Senior Executive Director for Research, Policy, and Analysis, and Mr. Mathew Hauer, Public Service Associate for the University of Georgia’s Carl Vinson Institute of Government. This address was followed by concurrent breakout sessions with System office and campus experts leading discussions focused on identifying challenges and opportunities associated with the deployment of innovative practices in enrollment, retention, and completion. Topics included:
- Go Back, Move Ahead
- Open Educational Resources
- Learning Support and Remediation
- Intrusive Advising and Tutoring
- Credit Intensity and Guided Pathways
- Underserved Youth, Ambassador, and Near-Peer Program
Following a luncheon featuring USG Vice Chancellor for Educational Access and Success, Rob Anderson, the afternoon portion consist of repeated breakout sessions. The symposium also included a presentation from USG Vice Chancellor for Educational Access and Success, Rob Anderson, an address on Campus Culture by Dr. Teresa Thompson, Vice President for Student Affairs at Georgia Southern University and remarks from USG Executive Vice Chancellor and Chief Academic Officer Houston Davis.
An agenda for the event is available here.