California College of the Arts is at a dynamic time of unifying its two campuses into one expanded campus in San Francisco this Fall 2022. CCA has transformed during the pandemic into a residential campus with enough housing for nearly half of all CCA students. CCA launched Workday Student in the Fall 2019 semester; its student system–being the second school to go live–and provides our students with a 21st-century student system and experience. Finally, CCA enrollment and retention goals are to continue our steady and progressive recovery from the pandemic and strategically grow CCA to 2,000 through new student enrollment and focus on student retention and on-time graduation.
The Registrar leads, in partnership with the Vice President of Enrollment Management & Auxiliary Services, Academic Affairs, Student Affairs, and the other directors in Enrollment Management & Auxiliary Services, the registration, retention, and graduation initiatives of CCA. The Registrar leads the staff of the Student Records Office, including the Assistant Registrar, Student Records Coordinator II, and administrative staff (total staff of six). The Registrar is a member of the Enrollment Management & Auxiliary Services team that includes the Senior Director of Enrollment Management/Director of Undergraduate Admissions, Director of Graduate Admissions, Director of Financial Aid, Director of Auxiliary Services (that includes housing, dinner, parking, and transportation). That leadership team is responsible for meeting the enrollment, housing, dining, retention, and graduation goals of the College in alignment with the mission and values of CCA.
This position is responsible for the security, integrity, and accuracy of academic records and the coordination and implementation of academic policies and procedures. The Registrar is the point of contact on matters concerning FERPA and is the custodian of CCA’s student education records. Also, the Registrar provides leadership for registration, advising, and scheduling services in support of the academic programs of the College.
COMPENSATION & BENEFITS:
- The range for this position is $102,000 - $110,139.00 annually