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  Laura Stoll
Vice Provost & Dean for Enrollment Management
lstoll@mst.edu  |  573-341-6292

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Mission: The Division of Enrollment Management creates a foundation of enrollment services that advance the mission of Missouri S&T.

Important Enrollment Management Links

Created in 2001, Enrollment Management helps S&T achieve and maintain the institution's desired student profile. The EM division has seven units and six committees which have implemented research, recruitment and retention processes designed to meet--and hopefully exceed--student expectations and the university’s strategic plan goals.

Missouri S&T’s Enrollment Management Plan has focused on improving enrollment strategies to maximize the resources of the institution. A strong focus on data, business processes, applications of technology, and a team-work atmosphere have yielded positive results.

  • S&T is breaking national trends: large growth in engineering, science and computing students
  • 87% growth in total enrollment since 2000: (2014: 8,642 enrolled, 2000: 4,626 enrolled)
  • Diversity Success
    • Largest minority student enrollment in school history: 983 students enrolled (11.6% of total enrollment), 161% increase in minority student enrollment since fall 2000
    • Largest female population in S&T history: 1,955
  • Net revenue goals achieved FY01-FY13: discount rate reduced from +38% to 27%
Recent Presentations:

Financial Literacy & Default Prevention
A‌ACRAO SEM Conference
Bridgette Betz & Gena Boling
October 2014

PLUS Loan Presentation
HEUG Alliance Conference
Bridgette Betz
March 2012

Additional Authorized Access  
HEUG Alliance Conference
Deanne Jackson
March 2012

Image Now - Lessons Learned
HEUG Alliance Conference
Jennifer Bayless
March 2012

Changing Demographics
Financial Aid Task Force
Laura Stoll
November 2011

Administration of Academic Cooperative Programs  
MACRAO
Laura Stoll
October 2011

Enrollment Management: Vision, Ideas, Approach and Outlook  
Laura Stoll
August 2011

Enrollment Trends:
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