Our Mission and Vision
The Office of Enrollment Management is part of the Student Academic Affairs division within the Office of the Provost. Enrollment Management (EM) consists of the Office of Admissions, Division of Financial Aid, Office of the Registrar, Enrollment Management Analysis and Reporting, Enrollment Management Strategic Communications and Initiatives.
Enrollment Management also maintains collaborative relationships with other units including Student Success, IT Enterprise Relationship Management, the Office of the Bursar, International Students and Scholars, International Programs and Graduate Admissions and Records, the Office of the Bursar, University Residences, and the Office of the Comptroller.
The Core Enrollment Management Group will be a recognized leader at Purdue University and among higher education institutions by exceeding our constituents’ expectations and for meeting institutional enrollment, reputational, and student success goals. We will further be a recognized leader for strategic activities that contribute to institutional, state, regional and national priorities for postsecondary education participation and degree attainment.
Enrollment Management provides leadership, support, service and essential infrastructure for attracting, enrolling, retaining and graduating a talented and diverse student body. To those ends, EM provides the following: comprehensive recruitment activities and holistic admissions; strategically packaged student aid coupled with financial education and services; high-quality communications to students, their families, the University community and external constituencies: valid enrollment projections, data and analyses for both operations and decision-making; self-service tools for academic and student financial transactions, degree progress and records; and compliance with state and federal laws.
Enrollment Management also contributes to and advances our professions and public policy and discourse regarding critical issues in education. These activities are conducted through partnerships and in a collaborative and intentional manner that supports student access and success, progress, degree attainment, and post-graduate success.