Following a nationwide search and extensive campus participation, Dr. William Fritz, Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs at the College of Staten Island, is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms. Mary Beth Reilly as the Assistant Vice President for Enrollment Management at the College, effective August 3, 2009.
Ms. Reilly has been serving as Interim Assistant Vice President for Enrollment Management since August 2008, and now oversees ten administrative departments including: Academic Advisement, Academic Support, College Now, College Testing, the CUNY Language Immersion Program, Evening and Weekend Services, Financial Aid, The Hub, Recruitment and Admissions, and Registrar. She began her career at CSI in 2000 as the Director of Recruitment and Admissions and served in that role until August 2008. Ms. Reilly brought a wealth of experience to CSI having served as Director of Enrollment Management/Recruitment, Union County College; Project Manager, The University Application Processing Center/CUNY Central where, among other initiatives, she was involved with University Testing, COPE, and CPI; Interim Director of Admissions and Financial Aid, Brooklyn College/CUNY; Director of Recruitment, Office of Enrollment Management, and Admissions Counselor, Lehman College/CUNY.
Ms. Reilly has presented at professional conferences; is the author of an article in her field; is the recipient of several honors and awards, including the CSI Dolphin Award; and is a member of many professional associations.
Ms. Reilly received a Master’s degree in Education, Higher Education Administration from Baruch College/CUNY; a Bachelor of Science degree in Marketing with a minor in Computer Information Systems from Manhattan College, and an Associate’s degree in Liberal Arts and Sciences from Bergen Community College.
“I commend the outstanding work of the search committee chaired by Chief Librarian Wilma Jones,” Dr Fritz said. “The Committee’s diligence and insight produced an impressive pool of applicants, and its hard work assured a successful outcome of this important search.”