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Shepherd University names new director of admissions

Matthew Huber was associate director of freshman admissions at Upper Iowa University

June 12, 2013
  • Matthew Huber has been named director of admissions at Shepherd University.
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SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. — Matthew Huber has been named director of admissions at Shepherd University, the school said in a news release.

Huber began his new duties June 6.

He is responsible for achieving annual and long-range enrollment goals and assisting in the development of admissions marketing and communications strategies, the release said.

Huber, who is a member of the enrollment management senior leadership team, reports to the vice president for enrollment management.

As director, Huber will develop a comprehensive student recruitment plan for Shepherd.

“Matt brings to Shepherd extensive experience in analyzing historical enrollment data to determine trends and outreach,” Kimberly Scranage, vice president for enrollment management, said in the release. “His expertise in developing and managing student recruitment communications and his hands-on experience with all aspects of the admissions process will make him a valued member of the enrollment management team.”

Huber was associate director of freshman admissions at Upper Iowa University before joining the Shepherd staff. He previously served as assistant director of admissions at Doane College in Crete, Neb.

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Huber served as chairman of the professional development committee and as a National Association for College Admission Counseling delegate-at-large for the Great Plains Association for College Admission Counseling. He has served as chairman of the diversity, equity and access committee of the Iowa Association for College Admission Counseling.

Huber is a graduate of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with a Master of Arts degree in educational administration (higher education administration emphasis), and earned a bachelor of music education degree with special honors from the University of Missouri-St. Louis.

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