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Lorie Coachman named new AVP of Admissions and Enrollment Services

After serving in an interim position, Lorie Coachman will continue her work officially as the associate vice president (AVP) of Admissions and Enrollment Services for Seminole State College of Florida. 

Coachman joined the College in 2020 as the director of Assessment and Testing and has served as the associate vice president of Admissions and Enrollment Services since 2022. In these positions, she has worked to expand the use of enrollment and admissions data to promote data-driven decision-making and has worked to streamline processes in recruitment efforts. As the AVP, she will provide the vision and strategic direction for undergraduate, technical, and international admissions, as well as college outreach, recruitment, and transition initiatives.

Outside her regular duties, she has served as the chair of the Equity and Inclusion Committee and a member of the Strategic Enrollment Management Committee, Florida Council of Student Affairs, NASPA-FLACE Women’s Network Florida and Florida College Pathways Advising Committee. With nearly fifteen years of experience in higher education serving in the areas of college access, recruitment, enrollment and retention, Coachman said “This role will allow me to contribute to a greater mission that minimizes or removes barriers while identifying opportunities that improve our capacity and commitment to serve our Seminole county residents and beyond.”

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