What are the characteristics of EM functions that lead student success initiatives?

Pinpointing the EM role in student success

As universities seek to improve student outcomes, institutional leaders often look to enrollment managers to help develop and implement an integrated set of student success strategies across the student lifecycle.

As part of our Enrollment Management Benchmarking Survey we asked enrollment managers to identify which of the following roles best characterized their relationship to their institution’s student success mission:

  • Lead: Hold primary leadership and formal accountability for student success according to job description or performance review
  • Co-Lead: Lead or co-chair a committee or task force on student success
  • Collaborate: Sit on but do not lead a student success committee or task force
  • Influence: Influence student success through owned EM functions, but not tasked with it formally

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