- Strategic Enrollment Management (SEM) Plan
Strategic Enrollment Management (SEM) Plan
The Division of Enrollment and Retention Management is committed to supporting Saint Louis University’s Catholic, Jesuit mission and to meeting its enrollment goals. By utilizing a best practices approach along with supportive technologies in all of our endeavors, we strive to continually improve our processes so as to create a better experience for all we serve. In collaboration with the academic and student development enterprises, we seek to create an environment where students, from throughout the nation and the world, can be successful in their life-long academic, personal and spiritual pursuits.
SLU’s Strategic Enrollment Management (SEM) plan is intended to provide a comprehensive approach to integrating all of the University’s programs, practices, policies and planning related to achieving the optimal recruitment, retention and graduation of our students.
We will be a mission-centric, high-performance culture that values its people and community. We will translate mission into actions that bring distinction within the context of these themes:
Service: We are a student-centered community. When we establish policies, make decisions or take actions, we do so with the students’ best interests in mind.
Excellence: We look for opportunities to exceed the expectations of those we serve through efficient and effective processes. We seek continuous improvement.
Integrity: We conduct ourselves in a truthful, moral and honorable fashion. We maintain compliance and confidentiality standards.
Learning: We are committed to student success. We seek continual learning opportunities and self-improvement through training and engagement, and strive to add value with data-informed decisions.
Respect: We seek and support diversity in our programs and participants. We value the ideas and needs of internal and external constituents.
SEM Undergraduate Objectives and Targets:
- Increase academic profile of freshman class.
- Increase diversity of undergraduate student body.
- Maintain a strong Catholic student population.
- Optimize existing University capacities to generate more net revenue from the academic enterprise.
- Increase student persistence and success levels equal to fourth quartile of leading U.S. national universities.