Moncton – New role created in response to continued enrollment growth at Crandall University.
In light of significant enrollment growth in recent years, Crandall’s Board of Governors voted unanimously to create the role of Vice President for Enrollment Management and to appoint Mr. Chris Robb (MOrgM ’21) to the position.
Robb has served as head of enrollment at Crandall since 2017, and in the intervening years, student enrollment has steadily increased in nearly every program, with total enrollment nearly doubling in that time to more than 1,200 undergraduate and graduate students.
“Under Chris’ leadership the enrollment team has exceeded our targets for enrollment growth,” said Crandall President and Vice Chancellor, Dr. Bruce Fawcett (’88), “and this growth has positively impacted the University in significant ways.”
This move adds Robb to President’s Council, the University’s senior administration team, which is made up of President Fawcett, Dr. Robert Knowles (’89, Vice President for Advancement), Dr. Jon Ohlhauser (Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs), and Ms. Heather Burke (Vice President for Administration and Finance).
“It’s been amazing to see to see Crandall growing over these last few years, even during the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Robb of his promotion. “I’m thankful for a great team of committed people who have worked hard to connect with more students and in new ways, and I’m humbled by the opportunity to serve as part of President’s Council as we look ahead to Crandall’s future.”