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March 23, 2007
CONTACT: Ron Podell
ron.podell@emich.edu 734.487.4400

EMU names new vice president of enrollment management

YPSILANTI — Thomas C. Green has been named the vice president for enrollment management at Eastern Michigan University. The appointment is effective June 1, 2007, pending approval by the Board of Regents.

“Tom served as associate vice president for enrollment services at Seton Hall University, where he helped increase the size, geographic reach and academic profile of the freshman class. His tenure also saw improvements in student retention rates,” said John Fallon, president of EMU.

“I would like to express my gratitude to Bernice Lindke, who served as interim vice president for enrollment management since September 2006, when Courtney McAnuff departed for Rutgers. Bernice’s long dedication to EMU is exemplary, and I look forward to continuing to work with her as she returns to her role as associate vice president for enrollment management,” Fallon said.

“I am thrilled to be joining the EMU community,” said Green.  “Eastern Michigan University is a very strong institution, poised for even greater achievements under President Fallon.  I look forward to helping the university achieve its goals and to helping students from around the state and beyond find their college home at EMU.”

Green, 46, has been a senior consultant for American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (AACRAO) Consulting Services since 2006 as well as serving as the interim associate vice president for enrollment services and special consultant at California State University at Monterey Bay.

He served as the associate vice president for enrollment services for Seton Hall University from 2000-06.

Green also has worked for Newman University in Kansas, Brescia College in Kentucky, and Roosevelt University in Illinois.
            While at Seton Hall, Green was responsible for helping the institution increase its freshman class size, increase geographic diversity and increase the academic profile of entering students (SAT/GPA/rank). He also helped increase freshman retention and the number of out-of-state freshmen at Seton Hall.

Green received his Ph.D. from Seton Hall in 2006. He has a master’s degree from the American Conservatory of Music in Chicago and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Iowa.

He has been actively involved in higher education professional organizations. He has been a member of the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers since 1991 and has served as chair of several of the organization’s committees.

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