Rollins Welcomes New Registrar

November 13, 2017

By Office of Marketing

Stephanie Henning
Photo by Scott Cook.

Stephanie Henning will join Rollins as the new registrar on January 3.

Rollins is pleased to announce the appointment of a new registrar, Stephanie Henning, who will be responsible for coordinating and leading registrar and student records work across the College of Liberal Arts, the Crummer Graduate School of Business, and the Hamilton Holt School.

Henning joins us with 18 years of registrar experience at Grinnell College, Kalamazoo College, and most recently, Central College.

“Her broad range of experience with student record systems, federal reporting, student retention, planning, and leadership will enhance our ability to serve all of our students,” says Dr. Susan Singer, vice president of academic affairs and provost.

Henning’s work is informed by her extensive professional engagements, including serving on the faculty of the Registrar 101 training offered by the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (AACRAO).

”I am grateful to our search team who built a very strong pool of candidates, engaged in thoughtful and thorough reviews and interviews of applicants, and successfully brought Stephanie to Rollins,” says Singer. “She looks forward to escaping a snowy Iowa winter and joining our student support hub on the second floor of Carnegie on January 3, 2018.“

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