Interim Vice President Corinne Webb to Lead New Unit
With an eye toward insuring the successful completion of degree requirements for all of its students, Cleveland State University today formed a new Enrollment and Student Affairs Division to deliver an outstanding campus experience while guiding its students toward thriving careers after college.
The new division will be led by Interim Vice President Corinne Webb, formerly Vice President for Enrollment Management at Florida International University (FIU), while a national search is conducted. Webb brings a wealth of experience from both FIU and Rutgers, where she served in various executive capacities that led to setting new benchmarks for student success.
“We’re creating an organization that will integrate all of the student-serving resources of the University in one place for the good of our students. At the same time, we will be creating innovative ways to help our students jumpstart their careers after college,” said CSU President Ronald M. Berkman.
The new Enrollment and Student Affairs Division combines a number of important University functions, including all of the traditional enrollment services functions, marketing, career services, residence life, recreation center, Project SERV for veterans, student ombudsperson and student life, into one organization with a single charter.
Mike Droney, who previously managed enrollment services as well as Information Services & Technology, will now focus his energies on Information Services and Technology, e-learning and university-wide operational improvements that strategically align with complex technologies as Vice President for University Systems and Information Technology.
Founded in 1964, Cleveland State University is a public research institution that provides a dynamic setting for engaged learning. With an enrollment of more than 16,000 students, eight colleges and more than 250 academic programs, CSU provides a hands-on learning environment that connects students, ideas and real-world experience.
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