Boise State has launched its search for the next Vice President for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management. The university has partnered with Academic Career and Executive Search to conduct the search process and aid the search committee in developing a diverse candidate pool.
The Vice President for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management must be a highly skilled, accomplished, and innovative executive who will serve as the university’s chief advocate and strategist on matters related to students, student services, and enrollment strategy in undergraduate and graduate programs. In addition, the position will lead efforts to build a campus culture focused on access and success for every student, regardless of where they come from and where they are going, and will be responsible for developing, leading, and supporting institutional initiatives related to student affairs and enrollment. This person will be a prime driver of efforts related to recruitment, retention, student success and post-graduate outcomes.
Follow the link below to access the position posting, and share with qualified individuals from your network to ensure Boise State has the best pool of candidates.
For best consideration, individuals should apply by Oct. 14, 2022.
College and division stakeholders will receive periodic progress updates from the chair of the search committee and will be invited to provide feedback during the search and interview process.
The members of the search committees are:
- John Buckwalter, provost and vice president for academic affairs: Chair of the committee
- Adriane Bang, associate dean of students, Gender Equity Center
- Kris Collins, associate vice president for enrollment management
- Leslie Durham, dean, College of Arts and Sciences
- Maria Alicia Garza, president’s fellow, professor, equity advocate
- Adam Jones, president, Associated Students of Boise State University
- Kayla Magana, undergraduate student
- Roger Munger, professor, Department of Writing Studies
- Susan Shadle, vice provost for undergraduate studies, distinguished professor
For updates and information regarding the search, visit the executive search webpage or direct questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.