EDPAC Committees


Projections & Analytics 


A group that includes members of EDPAC with specific responsibility for institutional analysis, enrollment projections, recruitment, academic services and the Provost’s Office

Graduation Rate 


A group of EDPAC members that could also be known as the Retention Rate Study Group. The single goal of the group is to find reasons that students fail to be retained and recommend changes or actions to improve student persistence. 

Marketing & Recruitment Group 


A group that has a focus on marketing, recruitment and communication, and web presence issues related to student enrollment. The scope of the work includes all aspects of undergraduate student recruitment including financial aid.  

Orientation Group 


A group that could also be named Orientation, Transitions, Advising and Retention. Members of this group have responsibility for students from “cradle to grave” and have concern for the continuity of service delivery throughout.  

International Group 


A group that works on issues related to recruiting and retaining students from outside the United States. The scope of this group is also “cradle to grave.”  

Merit Scholarship Processes Group 


A group that concerns itself with tactics that aid the recruitment and matriculation of students with high academic credentials. Its purpose is to coordinate efforts, making certain that the university continues to be attractive and attentive to this segment of the FTIAC market.  

Advising, Persistence & Time to Graduation 


An umbrella group which connects the University Advising Committee, the Retention Committee, and the many sub-committees and task groups associated with retention and advising to EDPAC. 

Transfer Initiatives Group 


A group that is working on issues related to the recruitment and retention of transfer students from both two-year and four-year institutions. The initiatives range from counselor relations to program articulation to face to face meetings with deans and unit heads from both institutions.

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