Arkansas State University is losing one of its vice chancellors at the end of the year.
Bryan Terry will resign as vice chancellor for enrollment management (VCEM) on Thursday, Dec. 31. According to an A-State news release, he is leaving to “pursue other consulting opportunities.”
Terry was named vice chancellor for enrollment management in October 2018, becoming the university’s inaugural VCEM. He officially began his duties in January 2019.
“I want to thank Bryan for making important changes within our recruiting and admissions process,” Damphousse said in a statement. “As A-State’s inaugural Vice Chancellor of Enrollment Management, Bryan helped to determine the composition of the new division, he led efforts to adopt new admissions software, and he initiated discussions about revising our admissions policies. We wish him luck with his new consulting efforts, and appreciate his work here.”
Before joining A-State, Terry served as the vice chancellor for enrollment management at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. He previously served as the associate vice president for enrollment management and student academic success at Montclair State University.
During his early career, Terry focused on financial aid, holding roles at Lewis and Clark Community College, Fontbonne University, Illinois State University, Montclair State University and Wayne State University.
Terry holds a bachelor’s degree in history from the University of Illinois, as well as an MBA from Fontbonne University and a master’s degree in human resource management from Thomas Edison State College and a doctorate in higher education administration from Illinois State University.
A-State officials will launch a search for a new vice chancellor for enrollment management immediately.