Office of Student Affairs reorganized for optimum service
TUSKEGEE, Ala. (June 9, 2011) — The Office of Student Affairs has reorganized several departmental areas to provide students with better and more convenient service. The office is now responsible for admissions and enrollment management, career development and placement services, the counseling and testing center, dean of students and judicial affairs, educational talent search program, financial aid, housing, residence life and development, student health services, student life and development, and the Upward Bound program.
“We are always exploring ways to enhance the experiences of our students,” said Cynthia Sellers, vice president for student affairs and enrollment management. “We are coordinating enrollment-related functions across the campus to improve student recruitment, retention, persistence and graduation. Within student affairs, we emphasize the ‘team approach’ and look forward to working with other areas to enhance services, facilities and the university life experiences of our students.”
Sellers, an alumna of Tuskegee University, received her Ph.D. in higher education administration from Georgia State University. She has held positions at Fort Valley State University (Georgia) and Hampton University (Virginia).
Sellers has named Elizabeth Dadzie as the new associate vice president for enrollment management. In this role, Dadzie is responsible for assisting the vice president for student affairs in providing strategic leadership in advancing the university’s recruitment and enrollment goals. She will also manage the day-to-day operations, budget and recruitment activities of the admissions department.
Dadzie has a Master of Business Administration degree from Indiana University and a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Ghana/Methodist University. She has held positions at Indiana University and Comptran Engineering and Planning Associates Ltd. in Accra, Ghana.