Claremont Graduate University
proudly announces the sixth annual

Enrollment Management Academy 2020

for California Community Colleges
Monday, June 22–Thursday, June 25, 2020

In response to requests from a wide range of community college leaders seeking enrollment management and forecasting assistance, the Claremont Graduate University School of Educational Studies (SES) will hold a four-day Enrollment Management Academy from June 22–25, 2020.

Lead Instructors
Offered on the Claremont Graduate University campus, instruction will be led by Pamela Deegan and Carlos Lopez, Vice President of Academic Affairs at Moreno Valley. Accompanying them will be a team of experts.

What to Expect
Working with an enrollment management template and calendar, participants will be given the opportunity to develop the genesis of an enrollment management plan for their respective campuses.

The interactive approach used at the Enrollment Management Academy (EMA) involves having colleges send teams that will learn the basics of enrollment management and will then work together, with guidance from the EMA facilitators, to analyze their own college data. The end product of the EMA process is that colleges will leave with an enrollment management plan or the beginning of such a plan. The plan is geared toward two objectives—meeting student need while, at the same time, attaining the college FTES target. Those attendees who do not have access to college data will be given data from which they can practice the concepts learned at the academy.

The Academy specifically addresses the new Student-Centered Funding Formula (SCFF), as well as strategies that can be used by colleges to maximize funding under each SCFF category.

The Academy has been assisting California Community Colleges in successfully planning and scheduling programs to ensure student success since 2015. To date, we have hosted 70 colleges with many opting to return to the Academy in order to train additional college colleagues involved in the enrollment management process.

Tuition
The cost to participate in the Academy is $1,500/person (includes morning and afternoon workshop sessions, breakfasts, lunches, and parking). If three or more individuals from the same institution register and attend as a team, tuition is discounted to $1,250/per person. (Past Academy participants have found it ideal when a team from the same institution attend together. CIOs, deans, CBOs, CSSOs, and researchers can form highly effective teams.)

In past years, the Academy has received an Equity Grant from the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office to provide partial support to defray the cost of participation. Pending renewal of this grant for 2020, participants will receive instructions on how to apply for these funds at the conclusion of the Academy. More information will be provided when available.

REGISTER BY May 15, 2020

  • Registration for the Enrollment Management Academy 2020 is now open. Space fills up quickly, and spots are committed to on a first-come, first registered basis.
  • As soon as your spot is secured, you will receive a confirmation email.

Accommodations

To reserve lodging at the reduced conference rate, contact the DoubleTree Hotel Claremont.

More Information
If you have additional questions, please contact Christina Ryan Rodriguez (christina.ryanrodriguez@cgu.edu) or Pam Deegan (deeganpamela@gmail.com).

Christina Ryan Rodriguez
Community College Leadership Program Liaison
PhD Student, School of Educational Studies, Higher Education
Claremont Graduate University
email: Christina.RyanRodriguez@cgu.edu | direct line: 562-556-4560