Katie Condon Named VP for Enrollment Management at Eastern Michigan University

Following a national search, Eastern Michigan University named Katie Condon vice president for enrollment management. Condon joins Eastern from West Virginia University, where she served as director of enrollment management, providing day-to-day supervision and management of the Office of Recruitment. Among her accomplishments, she increased applications of ethnically underrepresented students by 35% and grew international first-year student applications by 220% following the pandemic.

Condon joined the West Virginia University admissions office in 2014, where she also served as instructor for seven years in courses including public speaking, public communication and organizational communication. She is currently pursuing a doctor of philosophy, and earned a Master of Arts in Communication Theory and Research from West Virginia University, and a Bachelor of Arts in Communications Studies from Albion College.

Eastern Michigan University President James Smith said, “I am delighted to welcome Katie to the Eastern Michigan University leadership team. She has an excellent background and is held in high regard by industry colleagues. She brings a data-driven, innovation-oriented approach to the enrollment management landscape and has demonstrated experience as a successful and positive team builder and collaborator.”

Condon said, “I am incredibly grateful to be considered for this opportunity at Eastern Michigan University. I look forward to being a part of a mission driven team and to work at an institution with a clear vision for excellence in student-centered learning and high-quality academic programs. I am eager to be a part of EMU’s future and help the institution thrive.”

WittKieffer’s Shelley Arakawa, J.D. and Randi Miller led this search.

Read the announcement.