Vice President for Enrollment Management
University of New Haven
(New Haven, CT)
James McCoy first joined the University of New Haven in December, 2009, as interim Vice President for Student Success, where he oversaw graduate and international admissions as well as University College. He was appointed Vice President for Enrollment Management effective June, 2010.
McCoy previously served as the vice provost for enrollment management, planning and policy at Louisiana State University (LSU). While at LSU, McCoy provided leadership in the strategic development of policies and planning to positively affect enrollment, overseeing the offices of undergraduate admission and student aid, registrar, and continuing education. In addition, he developed the Pelican Promise Financial Aid program and a university-wide, five-year strategic enrollment plan.
Prior to LSU, McCoy served as the associate vice president for enrollment management at Xavier University in Ohio. Previously, he worked for Miami University in Ohio, where he began his career as the director of admission and financial aid and ultimately served as the associate vice president for enrollment services. In addition, he worked at Pennsylvania State University, first as a faculty member and later as director of marketing and recruitment for undergraduate admissions.
McCoy earned his bachelor’s degree from Virginia Tech and both his master’s and doctoral degrees from Penn State.