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18 days ago

Transfer Enrollment Counselor - Traditional Undergraduate

Eastern Nazarene College Quincy, MA

• Collaborate with ENC faculty to research, develop, and implement articulation agreements with local community colleges to create recruitment and… Glassdoor


18 days ago

Enrollment Counselor - Traditional Undergraduate

Eastern Nazarene College Quincy, MA

• Recruit, admit and enroll prospective students to the College. • Represent the College at various recruitment events. • Counsel prospective… Glassdoor


13 days ago

ERP System Administrator

Eastern Nazarene College Quincy, MA

• Responsible for maintenance and support of ERP systems software and hardware including the release engineering, patch application and… Glassdoor


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    Limited vision; survivalist mode; managers not leaders

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    I worked at Eastern Nazarene College full-time for more than 8 years

    Pros

    Clear and compelling mission. Locational advantage -- Christian college in the Boston area.

    Cons

    Since the 100% turnover in the leadership team in 2005-6, ENC has been managed and not led. "Safe" and "survival" seem to be the goals, rather than vision and thriving. The number of accomplished faculty who have left (significant publications, joint appointments at Harvard, Boston University, etc.) is alarming. Even more concerning are the number of faculty who are now hired without terminal degrees and who are alumni of ENC. The lack of a breadth of perspectives of faculty from many different schools of preparation is a weakness in higher education. ENC is stymied by a denominational system that has a school of about 600 traditional undergraduates overseen by a board of about 50 people -- mostly pastors who are alumni and lack a understanding of how quality universities are run. ENC will likely continue to survive (but barely) by denominational support, but has no potential to thrive in the current combination of leadership, board design, and inbred hiring.

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    Be bold. Set some goals that are "best practices" and innovative instead of micromanaging and survival. Calibrate to other institutions instead of only incremental change from the past. Return to excellence!

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