DePaul University Newsline > Sections > Campus and Community > Student Affairs and Enrollment Management realignment
By Salma Ghanem, Provost /
June 30, 2021 /
Posted in: CAMPUS AND COMMUNITY /
Because of our commitment to student retention, persistence and success, Student Affairs and Enrollment Management are forming new alignments.
Two significant units within Enrollment Management that target retention and persistence—the Career Center and TRiO Programs under the Center for Access and Attainment—will move to Student Affairs, effective July 1.
Members of both units carry with them a wealth of knowledge of enrollment management strategies and practices. They will join and further strengthen a team of dedicated experts in Student Affairs in order to deliver a robust, well-rounded and engaging experience for our students. Both units have always collaborated with Student Affairs colleagues. This new alignment formalizes and strengthens such work.
As exemplary leaders of the Career Center and the Center for Access and Attainment, Jane McGrath and Darryl Arrington also will move to Student Affairs. As an associate vice president, Jane will oversee career services, as well as operations functions (assessment, budgets and human resources, communications and technology) for the division. Darryl will serve as an assistant vice president in Student Affairs and will continue his oversight of the TRiO program.
This realignment reinforces the university's commitment to student retention, persistence and success. I am very grateful to our colleagues in Enrollment Management and Student Affairs for all that they do for our students, and I appreciate their flexibility as both divisions adjust to these organizational changes. I look forward to celebrating continued and new accomplishments in student success, which I am confident this alignment will bring to DePaul.