Strategic Enrollment Management (SEM) Plan
University of Michigan-Dearborn’s Strategic Enrollment Management (SEM) plan, is a guide to support our campus in meeting enrollment and student success goals over the next decade as defined by our strategic plan.
Our overarching purpose remains to attract, retain and graduate students guided by our mission to offer a caring, inclusive community that commits to teaching, learning, research and scholarship, as well as access, affordability. The SEM Plan is to provide a process and framework that integrates campus wide efforts and strategic initiatives that support our students' access and success to facilitate recruitment and enrollment goals to provide more students in our region a Practice-Based University of Michigan degree. As reflected in our SEM overview, campus buy-in and participation is critical for fostering long term enrollment and fiscal sustainability and we appreciate campus support and commitment to prioritize efforts to collaborate and develop a culture of strategic enrollment management.
Strategies & Tactics
The following outline the SEM strategies and tactics, and the ongoing tracking and assessment that will guide implementation of the plan.
SEM Strategies & Tactics:
SEM Implementation & Accountability:
Resources that support development and assessment of the plan:
Communications and Updates
Throughout the SEM planning process, progress updates and other information will be shared with the campus community. The campus community can e-mail email@example.com for feedback/questions or stop in to the Enrollment Collaboratory in AB 1055.
Read the latest SEM updates
- Have a campus question? Student mentors have answers (September 2, 2022)
- Got campus questions? This new service has answers (August 23, 2021)
- Regents approve UM-Dearborn budget and extension of Go Blue Guarantee (June 17, 2021)
- New UM-Dearborn program helps re-enrolling students complete degrees (August 11, 2020)