Mark Lapreziosa has been named Vice President for Enrollment Management at Cazenovia College, President Dr. David Bergh has announced.

Lapreziosa has been serving as an interim head of enrollment at the College since January. He has a background of more than 30 years in strategic enrollment management, admissions, financial aid strategy, trend analysis, recruitment planning, staff development, and admissions marketing.

He comes to Cazenovia after many years in higher education enrollment management for Arcadia University in Glenside, Penn. There, he served as Vice President for Enrollment Management and Vice President for Enrollment Management, Career Education, and Student Affairs. He led admissions and enrollment for undergraduate and graduate programs and adult and accelerated degree programs, as well as financial aid and international admissions. He was also responsible for undergraduate and graduate financial aid, all student affairs units, and the Office of Career Education, and served on the President’s Cabinet and a variety of university committees.

After leaving Arcadia, he spent seven months working full-time as Interim Vice President of Enrollment Management at Chestnut Hill College near Philadelphia before taking the interim position at Cazenovia in 2022.

President Bergh noted, “We have been impressed with Mark’s background and skill set in areas that are critical to our recruitment and enrollment efforts. Since his arrival, he has identified and implemented strategies to increase applications in this cycle and has laid the foundation for a multi-year strategic enrollment management plan. Importantly, he has listened to and learned from campus constituencies and has established a new enrollment management staffing model based on best practices in intentional enrollment and retention. We are very pleased to welcome him permanently to this role and as an essential member of the senior leadership team at the College.”

Lapreziosa has a bachelor’s degree in American Government from the University of Virginia.