Office of the Vice Provost for Enrollment Management Team:
The mission of the Division of Enrollment Management is to strengthen the competitiveness of UW-Madison while achieving enrollment goals and to provide efficient, creative solutions for applicants, students, and campus partners through collaboration and leadership from within, and beyond, the Division.
Steve Hahn is the Vice Provost for the Division of Enrollment Management. In that role he oversees recruitment, admissions and enrollment processes, ensuring a competitive, well-prepared and successful undergraduate student experience. Steve has worked in university admissions and academic services, information technology, and enrollment management for almost 20 years.
Terry Ruzicka, Deputy Vice Provost and Chief of Staff, has been with the Division of Enrollment Management since 2005. Terry serves a divisional leadership role in programmatic and strategic planning, communication and outreach, human resource development, research and policy planning, and cross-divisional collaborative projects. Her professional background includes leadership and consultant roles in a variety of areas related to strategic enrollment management.
Kelly Anderson joined the division at the start of 2016 as the Divisional Business Manager. In her role, Kelly ensures policy compliance, forecasts and prepares budgets and trends, and manages divisional purchasing.
Ann Bradshaw is the Division HR Manager since 2012. She manages labor relations and recruitments and selections, monitors HR policy and practices, and is the Division’s Disability Representative. Ann has more than 15 years of experience in higher education as a human resources manager.
Stu Churchill-Hoyer joined the division in summer of 2016 but has worked for the University over 10 years in different positions to include Director of International Admissions and as a Special Projects Assistant in the Office of Undergrad Admissions. He has over 37 years of Higher Education Administration experience, both on premise and also as an external vendor consultant, product and project manager, master instructor and solutions architect. His current role on campus is as our Student Information System Cloud Program Manager.
Paula Gates has been with the division since 2011 as an HR Assistant and Assistant to the Vice Provost. She provides divisional HR support, coordinates payroll, and manages parking. Paula also coordinates the DEM Learning Community.
Margaret Maly joined the division in 2016 as the Executive Assistant to the Vice Provost. Margaret supports the Vice Provost in handling communications, scheduling and divisional projects. She has worked with senior executives in various state agencies and the UW for over 35 years.
Adam Ross Nelson has served as the Senior Divisional Policy Advisor since June of 2017. Adam supports and coordinates strategic planning, policy analysis, and divisional research initiatives. He has worked for more than 10 years in higher education serving in housing, student conduct, drug and alcohol education, health services, legal affairs, teaching, and enrollment management.
Todd Reck has served as the Divisional Manager for Student Experience since May of 2017. Todd supports and coordinates strategic recruitment and retention efforts between admissions, financial aid, and other campus partners. Todd has more than 10 years of higher education experience as a financial aid administrator and as a history instructor.
Enrollment Management’s Divisional Directors Team:
Admissions & Recruitment, Director, André Phillips. The Office of Admissions & Recruitment leads campus efforts to identify, recruit, and enroll talented undergraduate freshmen and transfer students.
Registrar, Scott Owczarek. The Office of the Registrar supports the teaching and learning mission of the University of Wisconsin-Madison by providing essential enrollment, curricular, and student record services to the campus community.
Student Financial Aid, Director, Derek Kindle. The Office of Student Financial Aid is committed to providing access to financial resources for all students while supporting the enrollment goals of the University and the educational values of Wisconsin. The team is dedicated to supporting students via a variety of resources including scholarships, grants, loans and student employment. The Office of Student Financial Aid also serves as a resource to campus and community partners seeking information about the financial aid process, financial wellness and debt management.