Debbie Mouser will shift from her current role as director of enrollment services to a new role as director of recruitment, according to David Williford, vice president for institutional advancement at Welch College.

“Later this fall, Mrs. Mouser will move into a new, more specialized role that will maximize the strengths she has brought to Welch College working with applicants and their parents,” Williford commented. “This will facilitate a strategy to focus more heavily on the direct recruitment of applicants to Welch.”

“Much of Mrs. Mouser’s current role has involved increasing the percentage of applicants who enroll at the college as freshmen and transfer students,” Williford said. “This new position will allow her to concentrate on this more recruitment-heavy aspect of her role.” Mrs. Mouser will be assisted by Pam Buck, who began administrative assistant duties with the department in August of last year.

Derek Altom, Manager of the Office of Institutional Advancement, will step in as acting director of enrollment services, taking on the oversight of the managerial aspects of the department. “I’m excited about this opportunity to assist the college in this time of transition while we search for a new director.” Altom said. “Mrs. Mouser has set new standards for recruitment at Welch. It’s going to be wonderful to see her interact with more students and parents, and I look forward to providing management and oversight to the department in the coming months.”

Mr. Altom is conducting a search for a full-time administrative assistant/office manager for the Department of Enrollment Services. Interested applicants should email him at daltom@welch.edu.

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