The next Strategic Enrollment Management meeting has not been scheduled yet.
The last Strategic Enrollment Management meeting was held on November 13th, 2012 in Albany, NY.
The Strategic Enrollment Management Team will be reconstituted and focus its efforts on enrollment capacity, program distribution and the integration of enrollment planning and revenue forecasting. Because enrollment and the revenue it produces represents SUNY's most significant financial resource, the Strategic Enrollment Management Team will work closely with the Budget Task Force.
A) Determine system/campus capacity to meet demand, incorporating projections of HS graduates and transfer populations, as well as occupational projections and student interest.
B) Align with SUCF facilities master plans with campus-level and system-wide academic priorities; determine which campuses have capacity that could be utilized and expanded at reasonable cost, taking into consideration campus mission, program mix and academic structure to accommodate program growth or initiation.
C) Explore incentives to establish or expand programs (in high-need areas or disciplines that are critical to NYS's future and areas in high demand for transfer students) and the means to sustain them.
An earlier conceptualization of the Strategic Enrollment Transformation Team included work in student mobility/transfer as well as student/program costing. Both topics were discussed in detail during the 2010-11 year. Primary responsibility for that work is now assigned to two other teams for further consideration and implementation.
For a full listing of team membership, please click here.