Dr. Jim Hundrieser

Vice President for Enrollment Management and Student Affairs

Jim Hundrieser
email
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Phone: (603) 535-2240
Fax: (603) 535-3006
Location: Student Affairs is located in the Speare Administration Building, third floor, Room 305

Reports: Dean of Students, Undergraduate Admissions, Campus Ministry, Student Union, Community Service Center, Conference Services, Counseling & Human Relations Center, Dining Services, Financial Aid, Health Services, International Student Services, Intramural and Recreation, Orientation, Outdoor Center, Residential Life and Housing, Student Activities, Veteran’s Service Center, University Police and Safety, SAGE Center, Wellness Center

Professional Information

Dr. Jim Hundrieser returns to Plymouth State University 22 years after earning his master’s degree of Education here. During the past 20 years he has had a variety of experience in higher education. His enrollment management expertise covers strategic enrollment planning, student recruitment, student retention, strategic planning, assessment, and campus organization. His student affairs experience includes residential life, student activities, and numerous support services geared towards enhancing student success. As vice president of enrollment management and student affairs at Plymouth, he will bring his enrollment management and student affairs experience together geared towards enrolling more students and providing an outstanding co-curricular experience.

Before his current position, Dr. Hundrieser served as a full-time consultant for Noel-Levitz. He has worked with more than 50 campuses to create strategic enrollment plans, comprehensive retention strategies, and conducting campus workshops on improving the quality of student life and learning.

Dr. Hundrieser also served as vice president for student development at Lynn University (FL) and vice president for student affairs and enrollment management at Marymount Manhattan College (NY). At Marymount Manhattan College, he led a comprehensive student life and enrollment management program. Dr. Hundrieser created strategic plans for student affairs and college enrollment management; assisted in integrating the Registrar, Financial Aid, and Bursar offices with a first-year experience program; developed and implemented a divisional assessments plan; and improved a variety of services, programs, and activities. He also served previously at Lynn University as dean for assessment, planning, and student services. In that position he created the “Campus Climate Team” for students having academic or adjustment difficulties, leading to a 70 percent increase in retention rates for those students.

Education

Dr. Hundrieser holds a BS from Northern Michigan University, an MEd from Plymouth State, and a PhD in leadership and education from Barry University (FL).

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