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University of La Verne Welcomes Mary Aguayo as Vice President of Enrollment Management

Mary Aguayo has joined the University of La Verne as vice president of strategic enrollment management.

Aguayo comes to Southern California from the University of Wyoming, where she served as director of transfer relations and interim associate vice president of enrollment management.

At La Verne, her portfolio will include the offices of Admissions, Financial Aid, and Extended Learning.

Mary Aguayo, vice president of enrollment management at University of La Verne
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“Mary is an innovator with a passion for helping all students achieve their college dreams,” University of La Verne President Devorah Lieberman said. “She is a wonderful addition to our senior leadership team, and we can’t wait to harness her energy and ideas.”

Aguayo, who stepped into her new post on Aug. 1., will play a leading role in growing and shaping the University of La Verne’s student enrollment across all 10 campuses, from traditional undergraduates to adult learners to transfer students.

She brings expertise in working with transfer students, access and equity, educational attainment, and institutional data analysis. She is active in the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers and has given presentations on topics tied to enrollment management on both a regional and national level.

Aguayo is a graduate of the University of Wyoming. She earned a bachelor’s degree in history and a master’s of public administration before becoming an administrator there.

She serves as an associate consultant for the firm of Ruffalo Noel Levitz, which specializes in assisting colleges and universities in recruiting and retaining students.