New Vice President for Enrollment Management Appointed

September 28, 2012

Peoria, IL (September , 2012) Bradley University has appointed Paul Schroeder Vice President for Enrollment Management effective October 1.

Schroeder will be responsible for refining and enhancing Bradley’s enrollment management program to continue recruiting and enrolling high-achieving classes and an even more geographically diverse student body. He will lead strategic enrollment planning, recruitment management and operations, and strategic management of financial assistance. He also will collaborate with marketing staff to develop successful recruitment strategies and messaging.

“I am pleased to welcome Paul Schroeder to the Bradley community,” said Bradley President Joanne Glasser. “Paul is a detail-oriented, success-driven leader with a wealth of experience in higher education. He will bring vision and experience to Bradley’s efforts to attract highly qualified students from across the nation.”

Schroeder comes to Bradley from the Midwestern Regional Office of The College Board, where, as Senior Educational Manager, he consulted with numerous universities and colleges throughout the region on enrollment strategy planning.

He has extensive background in admissions and enrollment management having served as Senior Associate Director of Admissions at Michigan State University from 1984 until 2002, and Director of Admissions at Roanoke College from 2002 until 2006.

Schroeder holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in business administration and a Master of Labor and Industrial Relations degree from Michigan State University.

Bradley is a private, independent university in Peoria, Illinois, offering 6,000 students the choice of more than 100 academic programs. Bradley links academic excellence, experiential learning and leadership development with an entrepreneurial spirit for a world-class education. Its size provides students with extensive resources not available at most private colleges and the personal attention not commonly found at large universities.