Enrollment Services Organizational Chart
Financial Aid and Scholarships
General Undergraduate Advising
Records and Registration
Transitions and Inclusions
Unit Achievements • Increased the number of freshman applications for fall 2010 by 6 percent, as of Sept. 1, 2010, even though the collegebound high school population in Washington declined. This represents the second largest number of freshman applications ever received by Eastern Washington University, behind only to the number of applications received in fall of 2005. The Admissions team also succeeded in bringing in a record number of transfer applications with a 6 percent increase from fall 2009.
Mission Statement The Office of Admissions, through internal and external relationship building, communicates Eastern’s mission and generates a diverse group of applicants who transition into successful students and future alumni. We promote Eastern Washington University by providing personalized services in an accurate, efficient, and professional manner. We accomplish this by sharing educational opportunities through active recruitment and outreach, holistic application review and transcript evaluation.
• Established a clear and purposeful procedure wiki housed on the Admissions SharePoint. The wiki chronicles the Banner procedures for all Admissions functions and outlines the procedures related to application processing and evaluation.
Services and Programs
• Conducted four successful Eastern@ transfer recruitment events at Spokane Falls Community College, Wenatchee Valley College, Yakima Valley Community College and Columbia Basin College.
The Office of Admissions contributes to and benefits the campus community by performing the following functions: • Recruitment • Community outreach
• Implemented the new student enrollment fee via an online confirmation process.
• Print, electronic, and social media marketing, information creation and dissemination
• Developed and coordinated the firstSTEP summer academic orientation program.
• Campus visitations (formal recruitment events, group tours, and individualized student-led tours)
• Of utmost importance to the Office of Admission is the professional and personal health of the admissions team. We have been successful in training and integrating two new employees into the team, planning and facilitating two trainings to foster the professional development of our team and maintaining and open and respectful dialogue among our team.
• Processing and review of undergraduate admission applications and associated materials for four academic terms • Evaluation of transfer coursework for new confirmed freshman and transfer students • Coordination and facilitation of new student academic orientation, firstSTEP
Eastern Washington University, Office of Student Affairs Annual Report 2009-2010