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Dr. Bryan Terry is now vice chancellor for enrollment management

Photo of Dr. Bryan Terry.Provost and Executive Vice Chancellor Dana Dunn has made an announcement, through an email to faculty and staff, regarding Dr. Bryan Terry:

It is my pleasure to inform you that the UNC Board of Governors has approved the recommendation that Dr. Bryan Terry be promoted into the newly created position of Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management, effective immediately. Dr. Terry joined UNCG in January 2014 as Associate Provost for Enrollment Management. A major reorganization of the university’s enrollment and student services functions was completed soon afterwards, with a large number of additional offices moving under Dr. Terry’s supervision, resulting in a more robust and far more complex Office of Enrollment Management. Dr. Terry’s new position title confirms the elevated role and importance of this office at UNCG. Enrollment growth is the primary source of increased funding for UNCG and is key to our ability to invest in the university.

Over the course of his career, Dr. Terry has demonstrated outstanding success as an enrollment manager and higher education practitioner. Prior to his arrival at UNCG, Dr. Terry held the position of Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management at Montclair State University, where he was responsible for leading the offices of Undergraduate Admissions, Financial Aid and Student Enrollment Services, as well as the institution’s Academic Success Center. Previously, Dr. Terry held a similar portfolio in his role as Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management at Seton Hall University. He also served both Wayne State University and the University of Miami as Director of Financial Aid. Dr. Terry holds a PhD degree from Illinois State University in the field of Higher Education Administration. He received an MBA degree from Fontbonne University and BA in History from the University of Illinois.