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Enrollment Management

Mission

The mission of Enrollment Management at Spelman College is to effectively recruit, enroll, and retain the best-in-class students by uniting the offices of:

and also creating "Spelman ALIVE," which provides:

  • Academic Excellence
  • Leadership Development
  • Improving Our Environment
  • Visibility of Our Achievements
  • Exemplary Customer Service

Arlene Cash

Arlene Cash
Vice President for Enrollment Management
(404) 270-5186

 

 

Lenora Jackson
Associate Vice President for Enrollment
Management and Director of Financial Aid
(404) 270-5184

Erica Johnson
Interim Director of Admissions
(404) 270-5189

Camille Clemons
Assistant Director of Admissions
(404) 270-5187

Frederick Fresh, Ph.D.
Registrar
(404) 270-5227
Fax: (404) 270-5234
Packard Hall

The Registrar is the keeper of records pertaining to course offerings, scheduling, enrollment, grading, graduation and other such academic matters. Summaries of these data are prepared by this office. In addition, transcripts for individual students are prepared in this office.

The duties and responsibilities of the Registrar include, but are not limited to: maintaining and monitoring the academic records of students and compiling statistical data related to these records; arranging class schedules and making room assignments in cooperation with the department chairpersons; establishing procedures and assigning responsibilities for registration; recommending candidates for degrees to the President, Provost, and faculty; checking records of applicants for degrees; notifying candidates concerning completion of degree requirements; ordering and issuing diplomas; collaborating with Atlanta University Center registrars on the academic calendar and examination schedules; preparing the College Catalog; conferring with students and parents regarding records, and representing the College at professional meetings.

Harold Bell
Director, Office of Career Planning and Development
(404) 270-5269

Keith A. Webb
Director, Office of Cooperative Education
(404) 270-5279