By Sharla Hooper
Administrative leaders will be presenting at event focused advancing knowledge of professionals engaged in enrollment and academic services
Leaders with University of Phoenix will join the proceedings of the 107th American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (AACRAO) Annual Conference, taking place April 3 - 6, 2022, in Portland, OR.
The event is intended for the higher education professionals from a variety of disciplines, and offers hundreds of presentations, workshops, and panels featuring presenters from across the country. AACRAO is a non-profit, voluntary, professional association of more than 11,000 higher education professionals representing approximately 2,600 institutions in more than 40 countries. Its commitment to the professional development of its members includes best practice guidance on admissions strategies to meet institutional diversity objectives, delivery of academic programs in innovative ways to meet the needs of a changing student body, and exemplary approaches to student retention and completion.
“Our leadership is dedicated to serving our students wherever they are in life, career, and learning,” states John Woods, Ph.D., provost and chief academic officer of University of Phoenix. “Engaging in professional development events such as the AACRAO meeting ensures that our leaders continue to build their own knowledge as well as share best practices and innovations in admissions strategies and program delivery, to the benefit of our diverse student body.”
Key individuals from the University of Phoenix Academic Operations will participate in the Annual Meeting proceedings, including the following:
Learn more about the AACRAO 107th Annual Meeting here.
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