About

The Division of Enrollment Management is directed by Dr. Bryan Terry, Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management. Before being appointed as Vice Chancellor, Dr. Terry served as Associate Provost for Enrollment Management at UNCG. Dr. Terry has served as Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management and Student Academic Success at Montclair State University in New Jersey, as well as Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management at Seton Hall University from 2006-2009. Dr. Terry has extensive experience around issues of enrollment and student success and has a strong track record in recruitment and retention.

Enrollment Management Offices
  • Undergraduate Admissions
  • Financial Aid Office
  • University Registrar’s Office
  • Students First Office
  • Student Success Center
  • New Student Transitions & First Year Experience
Our Mission
  • Working in partnership with the University community to facilitate the recruitment, retention, and graduation of a diverse student population
  • Providing service, leadership, and transitional student support for UNCG
  • Designing, implementing, and providing the services necessary to promote student success throughout the entire student life cycle
Our Goals
  • Attract, admit, enroll and retain a competitive student body
  • Increase matriculation and retention of high achieving students
  • Create connections and work collaboratively with the University Community to enhance UNCG’s ability to attract, retain and graduate students
  • Facilitate student transitions to UNCG that lead to positive adjustment, academic success, and student persistence
  • Promote UNCG and the pursuit of higher education

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