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Email Template #4: Sample Graduate Coordinator Email

Dear John,

Thank you for your interest in the Department of Higher Education Administration and Student Affairs at Kent State University. My name is Dr. Stephen Thomas and I am the graduate coordinator for the program. The Master of Education in Higher Education Administration and Student Affairs prepares graduates to assume a wide variety of administrative positions within colleges and universities throughout the world, ranging from entry level to director level. The curriculum, grounded in theory and focused on practice, was designed to reinforce entry-level skills to support diverse student populations in their development, and to cultivate the competencies necessary to lead and administer programs. Focusing on the big picture, students will gain an understanding of the complex higher education environment in which they will be working.

Graduates are prepared to work as staff and administrators in campus life, career services, judicial affairs, resident services, alumni relations, admissions, academic success, academic advising, international student services, institutional advancement, Upward Bound programs, student disability services, student multicultural centers and undergraduate and graduate studies.

The cost of attending Kent State University varies annually. To view our current tuition and fees, please visit kent.edu/tuition. [ADD IN TEXT LINK]

For additional information on our program and department admission information, please visit kent.edu/ehhs/fla/hied/masters-degree.[ADD IN TEXT LINK] You may contact me at sbthomas@kent.edu if you have any additional questions.

I look forward to hearing from you.


Dr. Stephen Thomas
Graduate Coordinator

POSTED: Thursday, May 23, 2019 - 1:56pm
UPDATED: Thursday, May 23, 2019 - 3:17pm