Mettille Named Vice President for Enrollment

Author: Carroll University

Published Date: 4/16/2019

Categories: Faculty and Staff University News

Mettille, Teege
Teege Mettille

Carroll University has named Teege Mettille as its vice president for enrollment. Mettille, who is dean of admissions and financial aid at Northland College, a liberal arts institution in Ashland, Wisconsin, will assume his role at Carroll on July 1.

Prior to joining Northland, Mettille was associate director of admission at Lawrence University in Appleton, and began his career in higher education at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. He is past president of the Wisconsin Association for College Admission Counseling and has served on the assembly for the National Association for College Admission Counseling.

“We’re pleased to welcome Teege as our vice president for enrollment,” said Dr. Cindy Gnadinger, president of Carroll University. “He is data-driven and dynamic, and a collaborative leader who can help Carroll maintain strong admission growth as we move forward with our strategic enrollment planning.”

In his new role, Mettille will lead and manage enrollment, with responsibilities in traditional and international undergraduate admissions, transfer/non-traditional admissions, an expanding program in graduate admissions and other market segments.

“We were impressed by Teege’s accomplishments thus far in his career, including producing measurable, quantifiable results in admissions,” Gnadinger said. “We also were seeking someone with the demonstrated ability to develop and support diversity and inclusiveness, who embraces community involvement and who has a passion for Carroll’s mission.”

I’m very excited about the diverse array of opportunities at Carroll—the strength of the health sciences program and the opportunity to grow the School of Business, as well as building on the strength of the liberal arts curriculum,” Mettille said.

His accomplishments include coordinating and implementing the strategic recruitment plan at Northland, increasing racial and ethnic diversity on campus, and developing partnerships with College Possible and College Horizons.

Mettille holds a B.A. in women’s studies and an M.S. in organizational communication from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. Mettille also is active in his community, serving as an alderman in Appleton, and sitting on the library board in both Appleton and Ashland.

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