Osborn to improve admissions standards

By Elyssa McFadden
October 21, 2004

Mark Osborn, Cabrini’s vice president for enrollment management, has contributed to the many changes that the school is undergoing. “I like the future potential that Cabrini has, along with the faculty and students,” Osborn said.

Prior to coming to Cabrini, Osborn has worked in many different institutions; however, he seems to be enjoying every aspect of his current job. He talks to different people everyday and provides them with answers to questions they may have. “My favorite part of the job is dealing with parents and students by assisting them and articulating what Cabrini has to offer,” Osborn said.

Osborn’s personal goals are to “assist the institution in reaching all its’ goals in relation to core values and quality.” He is devoted to making Cabrini a better institution and wants what is best for the students. As for SAT goals, Osborn would like to work on the quality of incoming students. He would like to accept students with a number of credentials; specifically incoming students grade point averages, SAT scores and “other quality measures.” Osborn is working hard to make Cabrini College a better learning environment.

Cabrini has many potential ideas that are still in the process of being successful. Osborne’s job also encompasses marketing recruitment and administering financial aide to students.

Osborn’s reports that his charismatic personality rubs off on the people he associates with. His friendly nature makes one feel comfortable when approaching him with any questions that need to be answered. It is extremely important to have staff that students are able to talk to, and Mark Osborn is one of them.

Maggie Kitzmiller, a senior a and student ambassador, is one of the many who work in the admissions office with Osborn. “He seems like a very nice man and is a pleasure to work with.” Cabrini is lucky to have Osborn as a part of its staff.

Posted to the web by Paul Nasella

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