(November 17, 2011)

Centenary College Welcomes New VP for Enrollment Services

SHREVEPORT, LA — Monty Curtis has joined Centenary College as the new Vice President for Enrollment Services as of November 14.

Monty Curtis

"I am excited about becoming a member of the Centenary community," said Curtis. "The quality and commitment of the people that I met during the selection process played a major role in helping to fuel my desire to be at Centenary. I am confident that, with the support of the broader Centenary family, we will be able to achieve great things."

Monty Curtis comes to Centenary with almost three decades of experience in admission, college relations, and enrollment management leadership. He most recently served as Associate Vice President for Enrollment Services at Southwestern University in Georgetown, TX. While at Southwestern, he worked as the second-in-command for developing and implementing a successful student recruitment program. He also coordinated the student selection process and facilitated re-admission efforts. He held that post for the last 11 years.

Prior to his time at Southwestern, Curtis served five years as the Vice President for Admission and College Relations at Hiram College in Hiram, OH. At Hiram, Curtis was responsible for oversight of college relations and efforts for enhancing the collegeís visibility.

"We are delighted to welcome Monty to the Centenary community," said Centenary President David Rowe. "He brings experience and knowledge that will help us to continue to forge the way toward consistently strong results in recruitment, retention, and placement. He impressed the faculty members, staff members, students, alumni and trustees who interviewed him during the selection process, as a terrific fit for Centenary."

Curtis is a graduate of Beloit College and Indiana University and holds a Master of Arts in Liberal Education from St. Johnís College in Santa Fe, NM.

Jeannette, Curtisís wife, will join him in Shreveport. He has two children, son Andy and daughter Paige.

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