Roanoke, Va. – Hollins University has named Stefanie Niles vice president for
enrollment. She will be responsible for leading an enrollment program that successfully meets the university’s strategic admissions, retention, and financial goals.
Niles comes to Hollins from Bryn Athyn College in Pennsylvania, where she has served as dean of enrollment management since 2009. Previously, she worked at DePauw University in Indiana, rising from assistant director of admission to vice president for admission and financial aid during her twelve years there.
Niles received a Bachelor of Arts degree in English at the University of Virginia and a Master of Science degree in education at Indiana University. She is currently completing a Doctor of Education degree in higher education management at the University of Pennsylvania.
Hollins is an independent liberal arts university offering undergraduate education for women, selected graduate programs for men and women, and community outreach initiatives. Founded in 1842, Hollins is Virginia’s oldest chartered women’s college and features a nationally-recognized creative writing program, one of the oldest study abroad programs in the country, and extensive internship opportunities.