Strategic Enrollment Management
The Strategic Enrollment Management (SEM) Plan for Cleveland State Community College Committee was created and is maintained by the SEM Committee. This committee was formed as a standing committee of the college during the Fall Semester of 2011 as a mechanism to bring together campus resources to focus on issues of enrollment and student success.
Strategic Enrollment Management, as defined by Christine Kerlin, is a comprehensive and coordinated process that enables a college to identify enrollment goals that are allied with its multiple missions, its strategic plan, its environment, and its resources, and to reach those goals through the effective integration of administrative processes, student services, curriculum planning, and market analysis.
The purpose of the SEM Committee is to develop, implement, and maintain a Strategic Enrollment Plan as part of the college’s overall planning and effectiveness effort. The SEM Committee meets regularly throughout the year to monitor progress toward achieving goals in the SEM Plan, reports activities and progress toward goals annually, and modifies the plan as needed.
For further information about the Strategic Enrollment Management Plan, contact Michael Stokes, Vice President for Student Services and chair of the SEM Committee.