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Today’s Students, Tomorrow’s Leaders. OEM 2013 Overview The Office of Enrollment Management (OEM) is pleased to announce that our 2013 Overview is now available online. You will note that the new Web version supports our transition from paper documents to online communications.
The new IU Bloomington Student Central website recently published some tips to help students achieve a degree at IU without accumulating an overwhelming amount of student loan debt along the way. These tips include projected cost data, ten tips to minimize student loan debt, and links to resources for other sources of funding, such as scholarships, grants, work-study, and other types of financial aid.
Thieme, the current director of freshman admissions at DePaul University in Chicago, will begin her new role Nov. 25. As the executive director, Thieme will have responsibility for the leadership and advancement of strategy, policy and operations for all domestic undergraduate admissions and recruiting. Thieme has a strong allegiance and familiarity with IU, having earned her B.A. in sociology at IU, as well as an M.S. in higher education and student affairs administration. While completing her master's, she worked in admissions, with orientation, and residential programs.
This year's first-year students at Indiana University Bloomington are the most academically accomplished on record, setting new marks for average SAT scores, grade-point average, class rank and other factors. They also are one of the biggest and most diverse classes ever to enroll at the Bloomington campus.
From the Indiana Commission on Higher Education down to local student activists, Indiana University (IU) has experienced pressure as of late to keep tuition flat or at a minimum. IU’s David Johnson, Vice Provost for Enrollment Management, and Roy Durnal, Director of the Student Services Center, helped finish the Annual Meeting in San Francisco with a thought-provoking and substantive study of how one school has responded to this pressure by developing actionable solutions to tackle the rising costs of higher education.
A new program will bring Indiana high school students from under-represented minority groups to the Indiana University Bloomington campus to introduce them to and prepare them for college and provide support throughout their academic careers at IU.