Enrollment management

Syracuse University’s Division of Enrollment Management strives to create a holistically diverse community based on three imperatives:

  1. Creating and sustaining a community of academic excellence
  2. Providing students with opportunities for social mobility, and
  3. Assuring long-term institutional viability

Don SalehDonald Saleh, the Vice President for Enrollment Management reports to the Vice Chancellor and Provost. Six units comprise the division: the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarship Programs, Graduate Enrollment Management, Air Force ROTC, Army ROTC, and the Office of the Registrar. The primary responsibility of the division is to provide comprehensive enrollment management and financial aid services to the University, from recruitment through ongoing enrollment.

Donald Saleh, Vice President Enrollment (315) 443-5559
Sharon Gladziszewski, Executive Asst to the VP (315) 443-5559

Office of Financial Aid

Ryan WilliamsRyan Williams is Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management and Director of Scholarships and Student Aid. The Office of Financial Aid and Scholarship Programs administers all undergraduate financial assistance as well as educational loan programs for graduate students.

All merit-based scholarships and special scholarship programs are administered through our Office of Scholarship programs which also coordinates the awarding of Dependency Tuition awards, Athletic Scholarships and works closely with the Office of Donor relations with endowed and supported scholarship.

The Office of Financial Aid and Scholarship Programs supports the University’s commitment to academic excellence and diversity and works individually with students and families to achieve academic success.

Office of Undergraduate Admissions

Maurice HarrisMaurice Harris and the Office of Undergraduate Admissions is charged with attaining the undergraduate enrollment goals of Syracuse University by identifying and recruiting qualified prospective first-year and transfer students from diverse backgrounds; providing comprehensive and accurate information about academic programs, residence life, services and activities to students, parents and counselors; evaluating credentials for admission and rendering decisions that will benefit both the applicants and the University; and enrolling students who will profit from and contribute to the intellectual and social environment at Syracuse University.

Office of the Registrar

Registrar Jerry P RossJerry Ross is the Registrar. While carrying out some of the oldest, traditional functions in the University – the maintenance and securing of official student records – the Office of the Registrar is actively involved in advancing the information systems that support strategic decision-making about evolving curricula, academic advising, allocating instructional resources, and using classrooms. The office provides services for faculty, staff, and students related to registration, grading, degree and enrollment verification, transcripts, diplomas, class and classroom scheduling, and the University Senate.


Daeya MalboeufDaeya Malboeuf is the Executive Director of Communications for Enrollment Management and SU Abroad. She provides senior level oversight on communications within Enrollment Management (Undergraduate Admissions, Office of the Registrar, Office of Financial Aid and Student Services) and within SU Abroad. Her team oversees brand and message management across all media platforms, and the development and implementation of communications plans and public relations activities, both internal and external.

Graduate Enrollment Management

Graduate Enrollment Management coordinates and supports graduate recruitment and admissions, merit-based financial aid, and the certification of degrees across the schools and colleges of the University (with the exception of the College of Law). Under the leadership of Don Saleh, Vice President for Enrollment Management, this office advises the academic deans on developing and pursuing graduate enrollment goals. It also works in partnership with the dean and staff of the Graduate School to develop and maintain policies affecting graduate affairs. Together, these offices conduct the activities of the Graduate Council, a group of leaders representing the schools and colleges, as well as selected administrative offices, that plays an important advisory role in policy development.

Also operating under the auspices of Graduate Enrollment Management is the Admissions Processing Center, which provides inquiry and application processing services not only for graduate programs across the University, but also for the Undergraduate Admissions Office.

Air Force ROTC

Integrity, Service, Excellence

AFROTC Lieutenant Colonel Jon LandisLieutenant Colonel Jon Landis is Commander and Professor of Aerospace Studies for Air Force ROTC, Detachment 535 at Syracuse University.  Air Force ROTC offers outstanding young students a chance to develop leadership skills in an environment that no other college course, sport, or activity provides in a single organization. Air Force ROTC not only prepares these students for a successful career in the military, it also prepares them for success in life. Air Force ROTC enables full-time college students to pursue their personal, degree program while earning an officer’s commission into the active duty Air Force. Among other great benefits upon degree completion, students will have a guaranteed job as a 2nd Lieutenant and the satisfaction of serving their country.


Leadership, Excellence

LTC Michael A. BianchiThe Army ROTC mission is to commission Officers to meet the Army’s leadership requirements; and provide a citizenship program that motivates young people to be strong leaders and better citizens. Even though ROTC is the largest and most well-known of the Officer Commissioning programs available to the US Army it is a college elective. Students can enroll and participate in the program for up to two years with no obligation. However, many scholarship options are available if students elect to serve as Commissioned Officers upon graduation. Since classes only take an average of 7 hours a week, there is plenty of time for other courses, activities, and a social life within the university environment.