Clint Hobbs Named Wesleyan’s New Vice President for Strategic Enrollment Management

Staff Report From Middle Georgia CEO

Friday, July 14th, 2017

On July 1, 2017, Wesleyan welcomed Clint Hobbs to the role of vice president for strategic enrollment management. Hobbs began working for his alma mater, Young Harris College, soon after graduating in 1988. For twenty-seven years he served in various positions in Young Harris’s office of admission, culminating as vice president for enrollment management and external relations from 2004 through 2016. In 2016, Hobbs left Young Harris to focus his full attention on consultant work with prestigious institutions such as York College of Pennsylvania and Benedictine University.

Hobbs earned his undergraduate degree in journalism and public relations from the University of Georgia in 1990 and his master of education in higher education from UGA in 1995. A registered enrollment professional, he is the 2016 recipient of the Carol Nobles Distinguished Service Award from the Georgia Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers, having served as the organization’s president 2009 2010. Hobbs is chair of the Georgia Non-Public Post-Secondary Education Commission by appointment from the governor.

“The entire Wesleyan community is excited to welcome Clint to campus this summer. He brings valuable experience and expertise, and Wesleyan will benefit greatly from his years of enrollment service to Young Harris and as an enrollment consultant,” said President-elect Dr. Vivia Fowler.