Lawriter - OAC - 3335-3-20 Vice president for strategic enrollment planning.

3335-3-20 Vice president for strategic enrollment planning.

Subject to the direction of the executive vice president and provost, the principal duties of the vice president for strategic enrollment planning shall be as follows:

(A) Direct the administration of admission and financial aid policies duly established by the appropriate faculty bodies.

(1) Exceptions to such policies shall be made only in accordance with recommendations of the dean or the director of the college, school, or division involved.

(2) A special student not seeking a degree must be approved for admission by the dean or the director of the college, school, or division concerned.

(B) Receive, evaluate, and maintain all certificates and transcripts presented by or on behalf of applicants for admission to the university or for credit in any course. Receive, evaluate and maintain all student financial aid applications.

(C) Issue all official notices of admission to applicants and certify the validity of transfer credits to the director of registration and records and to the secretary of the college, school, or division involved. Issue notices of financial aid to students.

(D) Transfer students upon request from one college, school, or division in the university to another, but only in accordance with policies established by colleges, schools, or divisions involved.

(E) Conduct the official correspondence of the university on all matters connected with the admission of students, and student financial aid.

(F) Perform other routine duties associated with the admission process of students.

(G) Administer all aspects of student financial aid, including scholarships, loans, grants, and work-study.

(H) Engage in special projects or duties as may be assigned from time to time by the executive vice president and provost.

Effective: 6/2/2012
Promulgated Under: 111.15
Statutory Authority: 111.15
Rule Amplifies: 3335.08
Prior Effective Dates: 3/13/78, 5/11/84, 3/2/92, 6/21/93, 12/4/98