While public universities across the country have struggled with enrollment during the pandemic, Washington State University is cautiously optimistic about positive indicators it’s seeing ahead of the fall 2022 semester.
The university is revamping its enrollment management strategy with a focus on better understanding the preferences of potential students to develop effective solutions to critical barriers such as cost.
The COVID-19 pandemic has created recruiting challenges for the upcoming fall semester and while WSU is adjusting deadlines and turning to technology to meet the challenge, it’s also looking for help from faculty and staff.
PULLMAN, Wash. – To consolidate academic support services for students at Washington State University, enrollment management was moved into the office of the provost – the chief academic officer – as of July 1.
John Fraire — having never seen the Palouse, and knowing virtually nothing about the WSU system — accepted a position in July as WSU’s vice president for enrollment management. WSU Today, having given Fraire three months to settle in, checked in recently to see how his decision has panned out and what he has on […]