Orscheln: Increased enrollment at CSU-Pueblo a team effort

Vice President of Student Services and Enrollment Management Paul Orscheln Paul Orscheln, who started his role as the vice president of student services and enrollment management at Colorado State University-Pueblo on Sept. 30, 2013, has succeeded substantially in increasing enrollment on campus. Orscheln completed both his undergraduate and master’s degrees from the University of Central Missouri in Exercise Science, and received his doctorate in educational leadership from the University of Missouri in 2012. He started working as the admissions counselor at the University of Central Missouri in 1999 and worked...
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CSU-Pueblo sees increase in international students

Enrollment in the international programs department at Colorado State University-Pueblo has increased by 22 percent this year. The 126 international students who are responsible for this increase hail from 38 countries. With 20 students, China is the most heavily represented country in the program. “We have a great partnership with a recruiter (for China),” said Marissa Munger, administrative assistant for the center for international programs. Munger also attributed the overall increase to the efforts of the university’s four recruiters. The recruiters, who most largely represent Germany, Latin America, South Korea...

Constituent meetings inform campus community

CSU-Pueblo President Lesley Di Mare hosted a series of constituent meetings last Thursday to update the campus community about issues including enrollment, the budget and other areas of interest.  Attendees also had the opportunity to ask the president and her cabinet questions. Di Mare began with a news story produced by KOAA about the enrollment increase at CSU-Pueblo this year. The story emphasized that head count isn’t everything, though FTE or the number of credit hours that students are taking, is very important in terms of budget and generating revenue,...