Anderson named assistant VP for Enrollment Management, director of undergrad admissions
Posted by Jayme Blaschke
University News Service
September 3, 2008
Stephanie Anderson has been selected as Texas State University's Assistant Vice President for Enrollment Management and Director of Undergraduate Admissions.
For the past seven years, Anderson worked at Texas Tech University where, as associate vice provost, she provided leadership and direction for the division of academic operations and services. This division includes the advising center, programs for academic support services, the McNair Scholars program and the office of the registrar.
Prior to establishing the academic operations and services division, Anderson led Texas Tech's division of enrollment management which included admissions, financial aid, scholarships, orientation and the advising center, among others. Before coming to Texas Tech, Anderson spent 13 years in admissions at Texas A&M University.
Anderson earned her bachelor of science and master of agriculture degrees from Texas A&M and is pursuing her doctorate from Texas Tech.
For the past six years, Anderson has served as faculty for the Texas Association for College Admission Counseling (TACAC)-College Board Summer Institute for College Admissions Counseling. She also serves as the institute's higher education curriculum chair. Other TACAC leadership positions include membership committee chair, professional development chair and treasurer.
She has also has been a College Board Southwestern Regional Council member, and within the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) a member of the conference special events subcommittee, the fund advisory board and chaired the annual conference auction subcommittee.
Anderson is a member of the Texas Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (TACRAO) school relations/recruitment committee and is past chair of the state common application committee.
Anderson is scheduled to take up her new responsibilities on Oct. 1.