DELAWARE, Ohio â€" Ohio Wesleyan University today announced the appointment of Susan Dileno, MBA, as vice president for enrollment.
Dileno currently serves as vice president for enrollment management at Baldwin Wallace University in Berea, Ohio.
She will join Ohio Wesleyan in the summer, overseeing the offices of admission and financial aid, and helping prospective students and families navigate the college-enrollment process.
Dileno has served nearly 11 years as vice president for enrollment at Baldwin Wallace, a private liberal arts college in suburban Cleveland with approximately 4,000 students.
has created and implemented a comprehensive enrollment management plan that has identified new markets and programs and incorporated predictive modeling to enhance effectiveness.
also has increased student diversity and implemented customer relationship-management and document-imaging technologies to improve efficiency and sustainability.
She is a member of the Baldwin Wallace Presidentâ€™s Cabinet, working to support institutional policies, budget priorities, and the universityâ€™s strategic plan.
â€œI am excited to join the OWU family,â€� Dileno said. â€œIt is an honor to become part of an institution known for its tradition and academic excellence.
I look forward to working with the university community in building on the long history of success.â€�
Prior to joining Baldwin Wallace, Dileno worked as the dean of enrollment management at Hartwick College in Oneonta, N.Y., for four years and at Cleveland-based Case Western Reserve University for 11 years, including seven years as the director of admission.
Dileno holds a Bachelor of Science degree in commerce with a minor in political science from Niagara University in Lewiston, N.Y., and a Master of Business Administration degree with a concentration in marketing from Case Western Reserve.
She is a member of the National Association of College Admission Counseling, the College Board, and the Ohio College Access Network.
also serves on the Higher Education Compact of Greater Cleveland.