Northwestern Oklahoma State University today announced that Calleb Mosburg has been appointed as Dean of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management. Mosburg will begin his duties July 1.
Mosburg will replace Brad Franz, who will resign as the school’s chief student affairs officer on June 30.
“We were fortunate that we had a number of internal candidates who were qualified for the position,” said Dr. Janet Cunningham, university president. “Mr. Mosburg offered experience and a successful record in a number of areas that are critical to serving students. I’m confident in his ability to lead the student services team and build upon our success in this important area.”
Mosburg joined the student services team in 2008 as Retention Coordinator and then moved to Assistant Director of Recruitment. In January of 2010, Mosburg was named to his current position as Director of Financial Aid and Scholarships.
“I appreciate the confidence that President Cunningham and other members of the executive team have placed in me to lead the outstanding people in our student services area,” Mosburg said. “I know what Northwestern was able to do for me, and I want more students to be able share in that experience. Northwestern is a great place, and I’m proud to call myself an alumnus.”
Mosburg played a key role in developing and implementing strategies that has led to near-record enrollment numbers
A native of Beaver, Mosburg earned a bachelor’s degree in business and marketing from Northwestern in 2007 and later completed a master’s degree in education.
Posted on Tue, June 11, 2013
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