Associate Vice Chancellor, Enrollment Management

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​A​​cademic Career & Executive Search is pleased to assist Dallas College in its search for Associate Vice Chancellor, Enrollment Management. .

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This outstanding opportunity awaits a dynamic results-driven and motivated change agent to serve in this critical role as the next Associate Vice Chancellor, Enrollment Management. Experiencing significant growth, Dallas College achieved a 4% increase in enrollment last year and is on target to achieve the same 4% increase this year. Spring enrollment will surpass 130,000 across their seven campuses, as well as their additional satellite locations. Riding on this upward trajectory and momentum, the ideal candidate joins a stellar team already in full swing, motivated and dedicated to setting new benchmarks for continued process improvement and ensuring an exceptional student experience at every step. The next Associate Vice Chancellor will lead in creating and managing a comprehensive and robust enrollment management strategy for Dallas College.

This position reports to Vice Chancellor, Student Success.

  • Is responsible for creating, leading, and managing a comprehensive enrollment management strategy that incorporates best practices in recruitment, admissions, records, registration, and financial aid.
  • Provides leadership in the development and implementation of a comprehensive enrollment management plan for Dallas College.
  • This role contributes to the development of effective policies and procedures related to student enrollment and enrollment-related functions
  • Responsible for developing, implementing, and overseeing the execution of a multi-year and annual comprehensive enrollment plan
  • Develop annual admissions and financial aid forecasts, predictive models, and budgets; build, lead and motivate the appropriate teams to ensure that enrollment goals are met
  • Identify target audiences, establish enrollment goals, and develop and execute effective enrollment management plans designed to attract students
  • Develop and implement an integrated marketing and communication plan in partnership with Marketing on print and electronic recruiting collateral, using research- based decisions on message and delivery mediums
  • Develop and use existing and emerging technologies to communicate and build relationships with students, families, and secondary school leadership
  • Plan, implement, monitor, and evaluate the specific programs, services and functions designed to meet Dallas College objectives related to enrollment management and optimizing net tuition revenue
  • Evaluate and improve the practices of the student enrollment experience, including timely, effective, and positive engagement with students and families throughout the entirety of their experiences with admissions, financial aid, and registration
  • Manage the Welcome Center
  • Assist in admissions, onboarding, and course registration
  • Outreach and recruitment for new students
  • Oversee prior learning assessments
  • Oversee Financial Aid
  • Completes required Dallas College Professional Development training hours per academic year.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
  • Proven success in enrollment management strategy
    • Demonstrated experience reflecting a successful record of leadership, strategic planning, implementation and goal attainment 
    • Capacity to lead and manage recruiting strategies, achieve enrollment goals and strengthen yield
    • A deep understanding of how to leverage scholarships and financial aid
    • Brings a new and innovative approach to building a comprehensive enrollment strategy that takes into account the long-term demographic changes confronting higher education
    • Insight to expanding creative recruitment strategies to engage students across local, national and international markets.
  • Creative approach to problem solving
    • Strong critical/logical thinking skills
    • Brings new and innovative approaches to solving challenges and addressing opportunities
    • Ability to anticipate the impact/downstream effects of ideas before implementation and to propose solutions that are operationally sustainable
  • Analytically and technologically savvy
    • A keen understanding of enrollment systems, emerging technologies and digital media strategies related to recruitment and financial aid
    • Aptitude for harnessing data to inform analysis, assess processes, develop goals and metrics, drive strategy, and hold individuals, offices and the institution accountable for progress
  • Data-informed decision making
    • An understanding of and appreciation for the important role data plays in enrollment, analysis and predictive modeling
    • Demonstrated experience using data to identify and assess the effectiveness of admission and aid policies and practices
  • Exceptional communication skills
    • Evidence of strong communication and relationship-building skills
    • Commitment to communicating with clarity, candor, transparency and frequency
    • Ability to be a compelling spokesperson for the College and to inspire constituents across the College to engage in and support the enrollment process
  • Master’s degree required (earned doctorate preferred) as confirmed by official transcripts.
  • Eight (8) years of progressive responsibility in higher education/enrollment management

 ***Will be subject to a criminal background check. Some positions may be subject to a fingerprint check.*** 


About Dallas College

Since 1965, Dallas College, formerly known as the Dallas County Community College District (DCCCD) has served more than three (3) million students. Dallas College is one of the largest community college systems in the state of Texas, which includes seven campus locations around the Dallas/Fort Worth area and strives to be a leader in the Community College space, placing students at the center of everything they do.

Dallas College serves more than 100,000 credit and continuing education students offering 300+ academic and technical degrees and over 100 high-demand career programs and training.

In June 2020, the Southern Association of Colleges, and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) approved the district’s plan to unify as a single institution, Dallas College. The new Dallas College encompasses Brookhaven, Cedar Valley, Eastfield, El Centro, Mountain View, North Lake, and Richland, which are now referred to as campuses instead of colleges.

By approving a comprehensive application detailing concrete steps on how the district would consolidate its colleges to better serve students, SACSCOC also granted the district a “level change,” allowing what is now Dallas College to offer a Bachelor of Applied Science in Early Childhood Education and Teaching, the first four-year degree offered by the institution. Dallas College is also exploring opportunities to provide other four-year degrees in accordance with authorizing legislation enacted by the Texas Legislature.



Downtown Dallas is the urban heart of the third fastest growing region in the U.S. and home to 50% of Dallas’ fastest growing tech firms. The city is booming with an active downtown offering diverse cultural experiences and endless entertainment options-- film festivals, major sports, museums, unique shopping, world-class cuisine, microbreweries, parks and outdoor activities. The area is abundant with major corporations and healthcare and was ranked 10th by Forbes Magazine for “Best Places for Business and Careers”. U.S. World News & Report ranked Dallas #18 in Best Places to Live and #9 in Best Places to Retire. The city suburbs offer close knit communities with easy access to the cities.

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Applications will be reviewed as they are received and should include a cover letter and curriculum vita. Ideally cover letters should not exceed two pages. All applications are treated confidentially.

Will be subject to a criminal background check. Some positions may be subject to a fingerprint check.

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