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D’Youville Announces New VP of Enrollment Management

David Rhodes Joins D’Youville’s Senior Leadership Team

Buffalo, New York – April 13, 2020 – : D'Youville announced the appointment of David Rhodes as Vice President for Enrollment Management today. Rhodes will oversee the Division of Enrollment Management, which includes undergraduate, graduate and transfer admissions, the Student Solutions Center, the Student Success Center, and Veteran Services.

"David Rhodes will be a tremendous asset to D’Youville as we prepare for what is bound to be the most resilient group of incoming students ever,” said D'Youville President Lorrie Clemo. “I am confident that David will help us attract more students to D’Youville that are eager to succeed academically and to emerge as the next generation of socially conscious leaders.”

Rhodes has a history of developing data-driven programs that have increased enrollment, student academic profile, retention, and revenues at numerous institutions of higher education. He brings more than 35 years of experience in enrollment management, financial aid, marketing, and admissions to D’Youville.

A portrait of David Rhodes.

"D'Youville is a remarkable institution that is well positioned to grow,” said Rhodes. “I’m excited to join the senior leadership team at a time when the university’s mission is more relevant than ever, and I look forward increasing enrollment here in WNY and across the globe.”

Rhodes served as Vice President for Enrollment Management at Marietta College in Ohio for six years when undergraduate enrollment increased to the highest level in 35 years. He also oversaw the implementation of a successful enrollment management plan that increased total enrollment at Heidelberg University in Tiffin, Ohio

Rhodes earned his undergraduate degree in business administration from Thiel College and a Master of Business Administration from Heidelberg University. David has been married to his college sweetheart Bonnie for 37 years. Together they have three adult sons and two grandchildren.