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Nevada State College names Young associate vice provost for enrollment management

Nov 21, 2008 | Campus News

Henderson, Nev. Nevada State College named Lee Young associate vice provost for enrollment management
Young, who brings more than 30 years of experience in the education field to the college, reports to the provost and is a member of the Executive Staff and the Provost’s Council. This position at the college was created to oversee the offices of admissions and records, student financial service and scholarships, and recruitment.
Young also provides vision, leadership and direction for the development and implementation of an enrollment marketing and recruitment plan for Nevada State College. Young officially took his position at the college Monday.
Lee has an extensive background working with enrollment departments at various colleges and universities throughout the country, said Nevada State College President Dr. Fred Maryanski. His knowledge and experience will serve us well as we continue to grow and serve the needs of the community.
As associate vice provost, Young will work with academic deans, advisors, and leaders in multicultural affairs and institutional research to aid in developing the college’s strategic enrollment plan as well as retention strategies.
Prior to his hire at Nevada State College, Young served as associate vice chancellor for Academic Affairs and Enrollment Management at North Carolina A&T State University in Greensboro, N.C. He has also held similar positions for Indiana State, Augusta State, Tuskegee and Wichita State Universities.
In addition to his extensive working history, Young is a member of the National Association of College Admissions Counselors, the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators, the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators and the American Marketing Association.
Nevada State College is a comprehensive four-year public college offering degrees including nursing, business administration and education. The college opened its doors to students in September 2002 after the Board of Regents and the Nevada State Legislature determined the need for enhanced educational opportunities in Southern Nevada in 1997.
NSC’s main campus is located on more than 500 acres in the foothills of Henderson and provides progressive bachelor’s programs in several in-demand fields of study. Nevada State College offers a low student-to-professor ration and competitive tuition rates.
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