The University of Windsor has formally started a search for its next University Registrar by engaging the services of KBRS, a leading strategic talent advisor to universities and colleagues across Canada.
A recent external operational review of the Office of the Registrar has helped to identify opportunities to improve business processes, leverage technology, reimagine service delivery, and better understand the resources required to achieve goals and support the team in the Registrar’s Office.
As recommended by this review, the successful incumbent will report directly to the Provost and Vice-President Academic, ensuring the portfolio's academic focus.
This organizational change provides an opportunity for Chris Busch, associate vice-president, enrolment, in close collaboration with the deans and academic leadership, to advance the institution’s recruitment, enrolment, and internationalization efforts, with an enhanced focus on student retention.
Provost Patti Weir will chair the search committee, comprising a diverse group of stakeholders including faculty, staff, and students, with a target of concluding its work by the end of the year.