Position of Authority/Leadership
Assistant Vice President for Enrollment and Student Services (AVP) provides leadership and innovative advancement of enrollment and student services initiatives, including planning, organizing, facilitating, and evaluating the recruitment, admissions, advising, student engagement, TRIO, and retention departments and processes. The AVP oversees continuous improvement of integrated and cross-functional processes to enhance recruitment plans, admit students in a timely manner, guide proper advising, support student activities, and engage the campus in retention efforts.
Areas of Operation
The Office of Enrollment and Student Services consists of the following departments led by a dean, director, or coordinator for each area of operation. Each area of the Office of Enrollment and Student Services has its own webpage and operational plan that is aligned with the College mission and embodies the core themes through the services delivered.
- Admissions guides students through all stages of their college exploration and enrollment journey by working to break down barriers through planned activities, use of data, and quality service. Visit Getting Started.
- Recruitment coordinates, plans, implements, and assesses campus-wide efforts for recruitment. Visit Future Students.
- Academic Advising creates student education plans from which students may follow to program completion. Provides the knowledge, tools, and resources to successfully manage the college experience and achieve academic goals. Visit Academic Advising.
- Student Engagement provides students with the resources to get involved and get the most from their experiences on campus. Students can get connected to opportunities including: student government, student activities, clubs/student organizations, and student leadership development programs. Visit Student Life.
- Financial Aid provides important information and assistance navigating the process of applying for financial aid. Visit Financial Aid.
- TRIO/TOP provides first-generation college students with the resources and assistance necessary to complete their studies and move on to a university. Visit TRIO/TOP.
- ETS/UB TRIO Talent Search programs serve young people in grades six through 12. In addition to advising, participants receive information about college admissions requirements, scholarships, and various financial aid programs. Visit Educational Talent Search/Upward Bound.
- Testing provides a variety of services for students and the public to include placement testing, professional certifications tests, and accommodations through the Accessibility Services office. Visit Testing Services.
- High School Transitions offers a variety of early college opportunities for high school students under the age of 18. Students can explore college-level classes online, on the UCC campus, or in their high school. Visit High School Connections.
- Accessibility Services coordinates accommodations for students with disabilities. Visit Accessibility Services.
- Life Coach provides a variety of mental health and wellness and specialty services to students who are enrolled at UCC. Visit the Life Coach.