Faye Tydlaska has been named the College’s new vice president for enrollment management.
Rollins College announced the appointment of Faye Tydlaska as the College’s new vice president for enrollment management.
Over the past decade, Tydlaska has progressed through the ranks of a number of admission and enrollment management leadership positions at Tulane University, and has held the position of associate vice president of enrollment management and director of undergraduate admission since 2010. Tydlaska holds a PhD in English Literature from Tulane and a BA in English from Loyola University, New Orleans. In addition to her experience in enrollment management, Faye has also served as an instructor and adjunct professor of English.
“Faye’s background in strategic planning and implementation of enrollment management made her a standout during this national search,” said President Grant Cornwell. “Retention and graduation are hugely important areas, and her experience in marketing and branding made her a great fit for Rollins.”
The vice president for enrollment management oversees the admission, financial aid, and marketing and communications teams.
“I’m absolutely thrilled to be joining Rollins,” Tydlaska said. “Rollins is a remarkable institution that is well-known for its excellence in teaching, its globally-focused education, and its commitment to civic engagement. I look forward to collaborating with the dedicated enrollment and communications teams to recruit and enroll our student leaders of tomorrow and with President Cornwell, the faculty, and the entire community to support and proclaim the mission of Rollins.”