Stonehill College has announced the hiring of Catherine C. Capolupo ’94 as its vice president for enrollment management effective May 31st. She returns to her alma mater from Roger Williams University where she has served as its vice president since 2013.
“An alumna from the Class of 1994, Catherine is an experienced higher education enrollment professional with 17 years in the field, serving both Roger Williams University and Simmons College with distinction. Catherine has the right combination of skills, experience and vision to guide our enrollment management program strategically and successfully,” said Stonehill President Rev. John Denning, C.S.C.
In her new role at Stonehill, Capolupo will oversee the Office of Admission and Student Financial Services. She will lead the College’s efforts in developing and executing enrollment strategies.
At Roger Williams, Capolupo lead admission and financial aid efforts within the context of the Affordable Excellence initiative, the university’s comprehensive approach to addressing the pressing challenges facing higher education – increasing costs, rising debt and the job-readiness of graduates.
Prior to her arrival at Roger Williams, she spent 15 years at Simmons College where she rose to the position of assistant vice president of undergraduate admission and marketing in 2011. She began her career at Simmons as its director of operations in the undergraduate admissions office before being promoted to director of undergraduate admission.
A resident of Mansfield, Capolupo holds both a master’s degree in educational leadership and a bachelor’s degree in art from Simmons College, as well as a bachelor’s degree in sociology, with a minor in criminal justice, from Stonehill.
Stonehill is a Catholic college located near Boston on a beautiful 384-acre campus in Easton, Massachusetts. With a student-faculty ratio of 12:1, the College engages over 2,500 students in 80+ rigorous academic programs in the liberal arts, sciences, and pre-professional fields. The Stonehill community helps students to develop the knowledge, skills, and character to meet their professional goals and to live lives of purpose and integrity.