The vast majority of students attending MVC have chosen us as their home college and complete their coursework in its entirety right here on campus. In order to serve the needs of our students, the Strategic Enrollment Management Task Force takes a strategic, data-driven approach in class planning, enrollment marketing, funding allocation and program development.

Workgroups focus on enrollment growth, onboarding, student-centered funding formula and the District Budget Allocation Model. Additional work groups include student retention, student equity as well as scheduling, services and program development.

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Purpose

The Enrollment Task Force group, composed of faculty, administration, and staff, is tasked with suggesting and then implementing ways to preserve and enhance the quality and service of Moreno Valley College in the community's interest.

Task Force Documents and Resources

Members

Facilitators:
  • Vacant, Vice President, Academic Affairs
  • Christopher Sweeten, Vice President, Student Services
  • Majd Askar, Vice President, Business Services

Enrollment Management Information

 

A concept and process that enables the fulfillment of institutional mission and students’ educational goals. In practice, the purposes of SEM are achieved by: 

  • Establishing comprehensive goals for the number and type of students needed to fulfill the institutional mission,
  • Promoting students’ academic success by improving access, transition, persistence, and graduation,
  • Promoting institutional success by enabling effective strategic and financial planning,
  • Creating a data‐rich environment to inform decisions and evaluate strategies,
  • Strengthening communications and marketing with internal and external stakeholders, and
  • Increasing collaboration among departments across the campus to support the enrollment program.

Source: Bontrager, B. and Pollack, K. (2009). Strategic Enrollment Management at Community College, from Applying SEM at the Community College

Experiential Influences Institutional Influences
Recruitment/Marketing Admissions
Orentation Financial Support
Classroom Experience Academic Support
Co-curricular Support Retention

 Source: Bontranger, 2004

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