Central Washington University enrolls approximately 12,000 undergraduate and graduate students and employs about 18,000 full- and part-time faculty and staff at CWU Ellensburg and CWU center locations throughout the state of Washington. With its robust focus on inclusivity and diversity, more than a third of students are people of color. CWU enrolls and graduates the largest percentage of Hispanic/Latino/a students of any public baccalaureate institution in the state. CWU is one of only eight institutions nationally to earn a CASE Educational Fundraising Award for exemplary development programs in 2019.
CWU seeks the best and brightest candidates to fill senior academic and administrative leadership positions. Current searches and recent appointments are listed below.
Provost/Vice President of Academic & Student Life
CWU is engaged now in a search for a Provost / Vice President for Academic and Student Life, a university leadership position in the Pacific Northwest that supports the success of faculty, staff, and students.
Details about the Provost/Vice President of Academic & Student Life search
Vice President of Enrollment Management
The Vice President of Enrollment Management is responsible for developing and implementing the strategic enrollment management plan, which articulates recruitment activities for all categories of students and all service modalities and locations in order to provide a long-term strategic and sustainable enrollment plan.
Details about the Vice President of Enrollment Management search
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