The Jesuit Enrollment Managers (JEM) Network is comprised of the enrollment management leaders at the 27 Jesuit colleges and universities in the United States. They meet annually on a member campus to discuss and share best practices from their respective institutions and to discuss joint collaborative initiatives. Members also communicate throughout the year via active AJCU listserv.
The Network “spun off” c. 1998 from the Conference of Jesuit Admissions Directors (CJAD) in light of the changing model of enrollment management that called for more senior staff members with broader portfolios. The common problems and issues enrollment managers faced were different and more strategic than admissions and/or financial aid.
The major attractions for members to come to the annual JEM meeting, which is scheduled in the summer after new freshman classes are mostly set, are numerous. Past agendas have covered such topics as budget, net revenue, personnel, technology, retention, diversity, legal issues, graduate schools, maintaining mission, branding, working with boards, etc.
Contact: Julie McCulloh, Gonzaga University
Location: Saint Louis University
Dates: June 2-4, 2024