Azusa Pacific University recently named Glendale, Calif. resident David Dufault-Hunter as vice president of enrollment management.

“David’s addition allows us to meet today’s challenges and take advantage of future opportunities to help connect students to APU,” said David Bixby, executive vice president.

In this role, Dufault-Hunter leads the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, Undergraduate and Center for Adult and Professional Studies (CAPS) Student Financial Services, Undergraduate and CAPS Registrar, Retention and Student Engagement, as well as Enrollment Management Systems. He provides cohesive vision, leadership, and strategic direction to undergraduate enrollment management exclusively. He is a leader who shares APU’s passion for Christian higher education and possesses the right combination of knowledge, skills, and abilities to accomplish this important task and inspire a team of approximately 65 staff.

“I believe enrollment management begins and ends with relationships," said Dufault-Hunter. “Prospective students, current students, and alumni will choose to attend, stay, and graduate from APU in large part based on our ability to create and maintain relationships that reflect trust and care. Our systems, processes, programs, and curriculum must all support the ultimate mission of APU.”

Dufault-Hunter’s 18 years of experience center around financial aid and enrollment-related positions. He previously demonstrated skill in establishing high-functioning units staffed by efficient and effective teams, and personal interest in creating work environments that enhance employee productivity and job satisfaction. He holds a B.S. in Speech from the University of Texas, Austin, and a M.A. in Theology from Fuller Theological Seminary.

Rachel White
Associate Director of Public Relations
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