Vice President and Associate Provost for Enrollment & Student Administration
Christine McGuire serves as the Vice President and Associate Provost for Enrollment & Student Administration. In this capacity, she oversees undergraduate admissions, student financial assistance, the University registrar, student employment, Combined Enrollment Services, enrollment operations, the Center for Career Development, the Educational Resource Center and the College Advising Corp. She also develops and directs the University’s undergraduate enrollment strategies, oversees a wide range of student-related information systems, and coordinates functions and activities targeting undergraduate retention.
Christine chairs the Classroom Renovation Committee; serves as liaison to the Board of Trustees Student Affairs Committee; and is a member of numerous University decision-making groups, such as the Provost’s Cabinet, the Administrative Council and the University Leadership group.
Christine has a long career of enrollment management in higher education, including extensive experience in student financial aid, student employment and customer service. For six years, she served as Associate Vice President of Enrollment and Student Affairs and Executive Director of Financial Assistance. She served as the Acting Boston University Registrar in 2010 and again in 2016. Before coming to Boston University in November of 2001, Christine held positions at Tufts University, George Mason University and Southern New Hampshire University.
Christine is a member of American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers, the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators, the Enrollment Planning Network, serves on the board of the Higher Education Loan Coalition, and is a delegate to the College Scholarship Services National Assembly of the College Board. As a leader in the enrollment management profession she has served as the chair of several national committees, advisory groups, President of the state financial aid association and was twice selected to negotiate new regulations with the US Department of Education.
Christine holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Hobart and William Smith Colleges. In 2010, she completed the Harvard Graduate School of Education, Management and Leadership in Higher Education Institute.
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