The most recent informational webinar presentations for the USC Leadership in Enrollment Management online certificate program are available below.
Each year, we will provide opportunities to join in on the free webinars to understand the program better and to ask questions.
June 3, 2015, 4-5 pm Pacific Time
Dr. Marshall, our Leadership In Enrollment Management program designer, will provide a general informational webinar on both of these dates. She will highlight the curriculum, the faculty, the benefits, and the logistics of the program.
The site will be open from 10 minutes before the start time. Enter as a GUEST and please fill in your name. If you are new to Adobe Connect and have not registered before, please log in at least 10 minutes early.
For audio, dial in at (888) 431-3632 and enter the participant code of 204953.
Please mute your phone when you enter the conference call to allow all participants to hear clearly. Rest assured, you will be able to type in your questions online. For those who will not have access to the internet, you can listen to the entire webinar via the conference call.
May 28, 2015, 9-10 am Pacific Time
August 7, 2014 webinar
Dr. Lucido provided an overview of the program and Dr. La Reina Bates (Research Analyst, Office of Enrollment Management at Rutgers), Ms. Deanne Hurley (Acting Vice President of Enrollment Management & Student Affairs at Ursuline College), and Mr. Robert Mirable (Vice President for Enrollment at Beloit College) spoke about their program experiences as alumni.
July 16, 2014 webinar
Dr. Lucido provided an overview of the program and Youlonda Copeland-Morgan (Associate Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management, UCLA) addressed the need for developing leadership.
Aug 22, 2013 webinar
Dr. Lucido presented a mini-lesson on leadership, in addition to providing an overview of the program.
July 11, 2013 webinar
Dr. Lucido presented an overview of the certificate program and the benefits in participating in the program.
June 20, 2013 webinar
Dr. Lucido and Dr. Hossler provided an overview of the program and addressed the need for professional education.