Recruitment of the next freshman class is in the hands of McCoy, who oversees five departments: admission, financial aid, registrar, retention services and enrollment research. As the associate vice president for enrollment management, McCoy also administers financial aid and is implementing new software to manage prospective student data. At home, he likes to work in his garden and play with his children, who have made him a hockey and drama fan.
McMillan’s job as a campus police officer focuses on providing a community-oriented atmosphere for students. Yet her duty goes beyond the campus to the community of Springdale where she participates in the law enforcement explorers program, teaching young adults the skills, tactics and problem-solving techniques of police officers. McMillan also enjoys taking day trips to Hocking Hills and hiking around the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains.
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When McGinnis is not helping someone with schedules and classroom assignments, he’s kayaking or backpacking in West Virginia or Tennessee. As assistant registrar for registration and scheduling, he oversees the development of class schedules and assures accurate grading procedures. He’s also assembling photos of all the classrooms to assist when someone wants to reserve a space. However, one of the best pictures he will capture is his wedding in March.
In addition to serving as assistant to the vice president for information resources, McIntosh is also the co-founder of a church in Northern Kentucky. She and her husband began their church in 1996 in the lower level of their home and recently purchased land for a new building. McIntosh, an avid reader, earned her Bachelor of Liberal Arts degree in 2000. One of her two daughters is also an alumna.