Due to decreased enrollment numbers, Kansas State is searching for an enrollment consultant, President Richard Myers announced Friday.
The selection committee, headed by April Mason, university provost, and Pat Bosco, vice president of student life, is looking to have a contract signed for the position in mid-November. Once hired, the adviser will recommend how to best reverse the university’s recent enrollment slumps, Myers said in a K-State Today bulletin.
“The ideal consultant will help us develop an effective foundation to grow enrollment now and in the future,” the statement reads.biggest of its kind for the university in over 30 years.
The contract for the adviser will expire at the end of the 2018 fiscal year, about six months after the expected November start date, and can be twice renewed for additional one-year periods, according to the position proposal.
The job search was previously reported by the Collegian.