Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady University has announced Martin Aucoin as Vice President for Enrollment Management beginning August 14.
Aucoin comes to FranU from Belmont Abbey College in North Carolina, where he served in several roles, his most recent being Vice Provost and Dean of Admissions. He brings over ten years of experience in enrollment with expertise in recruitment, marketing, financial aid, event planning, project development, outreach, data analysis, leadership training and student affairs.
Dr. Tina Holland, president of FranU stated, "We created this new position because of the many technical advances and the increased level of sophistication that characterize enrollment management today, and Martin has the professional competencies needed to respond to these current realities. Most importantly, his work is mission-centered, and his dedication to the faith tradition of FranU makes him an excellent fit.”
Aucoin will collaborate with institutional leadership and the greater FranU community to develop and execute a comprehensive enrollment plan with realistic yet ambitious enrollment targets and lead the implementation of leading-edge and measurable growth strategies. He will engage in institution-wide efforts to ensure that FranU attracts and enrolls talented and mission-committed students and lead the University's efforts to achieve sustainable, mission-aligned enrollment results.
"I am honored to join FranU's leadership team at this pivotal time. With the university's enhanced campus, expanded program offerings, commitment to affordability, unwavering dedication to forming faith-filled servant leaders, and remarkable graduate outcomes, the value of a FranU education has never been more evident. FranU is strategically positioned to implement innovative enrollment strategies to meet the needs of today's students and the communities in which they live," said Aucoin.
Aucoin received his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science at Belmont Abbey College and his Master of Arts in Higher Education from Appalachian State University. He is a native of New Orleans, La.