Vice Provost for Enrollment Management at UCLA
Speaker: The Ever-Changing College Enrollment Landscape February 2nd, 2022
Youlonda Copeland-Morgan, Vice Provost for Enrollment Management at UCLA, is a nationally recognized leader in K-12 and higher education. As Vice Provost, she oversees Undergraduate Admission, Financial Aid and Scholarships, Strategic Partnerships and Community Engagement, as well as UCLA’s nearly one billion dollar financial aid and scholarship budget for the undergraduate college, specialty and professional schools. Her career reflects her lifelong dedication to access, equity, diversity and inclusion. She was Chairman of the College Board, Inaugural Vice-Chair of their Advocacy and Policy Center, and is one of only 50 professionals named to the College Board’s Scholarship Service Hall of Fame. She serves on the Advisory Boards of UNCF/Gates Millennium Scholars, Cambridge International Higher Education, and Re-Imaging College Access at the Learning Policy Institute. She is also on the Board of P&P Home for the Elderly, a multi million dollar housing facility in Los Angeles. She recently testified before the United States Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions on the significant impact of the Higher Education Emergency Relief Funds. Copeland Morgan has been honored for her leadership by the National Association of College Admission Counseling, and the National, Western and California Associations of Financial Aid Administrators. She teaches Enrollment Management Leadership at the Center for Enrollment Research at the University of Southern California, and she frequently appears as a media spokesperson.