Scott Andrew Schulz, Ph.D.


Dean of Enrollment

Educational background

University of Arizona
Doctor of Philosophy in higher education
Bachelor of Arts in communication

Scott Schulz, Ph.D.

Scott Andrew Schulz, Ph.D. became dean of enrollment at Saint Martin’s University in June 2012, having served as director of admissions since July 2011. As dean, he oversees the recruitment of first-year and transfer students, as well as efforts to improve retention and graduation rates.

Schulz has published in many journals and is active in professional associations, including the College Board’s Task Force for Admissions in the 21st Century.

Prior to joining the Saint Martin’s community, he served as program director for the Center for Enrollment Research, Policy, and Practice at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. At USC, Schulz analyzed policy and conducted research on enrollment and retention trends at colleges and universities nationwide to help enrollment professionals improve their practices. He also developed conferences and symposia that focused on coordinating federal, state and institutional enrollment and student aid policies in the public interest.

Schulz holds a doctorate in higher education and a bachelor’s degree in communication, both from the University of Arizona.