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A Message From Pamela T. Horne

Pamela T. Horne

Pamela T. Horne
Associate Vice Provost of Enrollment Management and
Dean of Admissions

Welcome!

Thank you for taking time to view our Enrollment Management website.  The Office of Enrollment Management continues to focus on creating an environment for student success with our collaboration and relationships across campus, as well as continued efforts to improve efficiency with new and updated features to our student systems and processes. We take pride in our work and contribution to the continued advancement of Purdue and higher education.

The Office of Enrollment Management (EM) collaborates with several units across campus. Reporting offices include: Admissions, Enrollment Management Analysis and Reporting (EMAR), and Financial Aid. Our close campus partners to Core EM: Student Access, Transition and Success (SATS), Bursar, and Student Systems and Competency Center. An extended group of units work in partnership with Enrollment Management efforts: International Programs, University Residences and academic colleges and schools. EM receives coordinated support and direction from executive officers and leaders in the Enrollment Management Planning Group (EMPG).

On this site you are able to see data with some of the key highlights for the Office of Enrollment Management over the past year including continued research and analysis into student success at Purdue.  Key findings can be found in our monthly Enrollment Management Newsletters.

As we move forward in 2013, EM works towards:

- Undergraduate Admissions going live with the Common Application in fall 2013.
- Current students gaining access to new online degree planning tool myPurduePlan powered by DegreeWorks. 
- Additional Six Sigma process improvement projects around the EM units.

If you have any questions or comments from information sited on the Enrollment Management website, please feel free to contact Jacqueline Hills, Senior Assistant Director - EM Communications, at jfhills@purdue.edu.

Regards,

 Pamela T Horne