AACRAO is pleased to bring one of its most popular workshops to Glen Ellyn, Illinois, in an all-day, intensive format. “How to Develop, Write and Implement a SEM Plan” is offered at Annual Meetings and the SEM Conference but has not been offered in an all-day, intensive format for nearly a decade. This workshop allows participants to dive deep into SEM with colleagues and SEM expert faculty.

The workshop will provide participants with the following critical components of SEM planning:

  • SEM Core Concepts
  • SEM Plan Table of Contents: a detailed review of what a SEM plan entails
  • SEM Organizational Structures: how to organize for SEM and foster faculty and campus-wide buy-in to SEM
  • Implementing SEM: pitfalls and best practices

Schedule & Fees

   Thursday, July 26
   9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
   Cost: $139 (fee includes
   a copy of the Core
   Concepts of SEM

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The workshop format is interactive. Participants will be able to dialogue with colleagues and discuss questions and issues with workshop faculty. The Workshop will be led by Tom Green, AACRAO’s Associate Executive Director for Consulting and SEM. He has authored numerous articles and book chapters on SEM planning and implementation, and has also helped dozens of institutions plan and implement SEM on their campuses in the U.S. and abroad. 

Participants will also receive AACRAO’s newest publication, “SEM Core Concepts: Building Blocks for Institutional and Student Success.” The cost of the publication is included with the registration fee of $139.

Presenter: Dr. Tom Green, Associate Executive Director, Consulting & SEM, AACRAO

Dr. Tom Green is AACRAO’s Associate Executive Director, Consulting and SEM. During his 29-year career in higher education, he led enrollment management efforts for six universities and collaborated with both public and private institutions to reach their goals. Green brings proven best-practice expertise in developing effective recruitment and retention strategies, enhancing and streamlining financial aid processes, maximizing institutional aid, identifying customer service/CRM strategies, and implementing and evaluating comprehensive service systems for colleges and universities.