SAN DIEGO – Jan. 23, 2017 – Elizabeth Sandoval has been named director of admissions at Coleman University. Sandoval, a native of Guadalajara, Mexico, has more than 20 years’ experience in the admissions field. Previously she was the director of admissions at IGH School of Nursing.
In her new role, Sandoval is charged with developing a training plan for the admissions team, coaching and overseeing a team of admission representatives, as well as working with both domestic and international students.
“I was an international student from the University of Guadalajara, and I understand the challenges students face when they arrive in the United States,” Sandoval said. “It is our goal to ensure that the enrollment process is seamless for everyone,” said Sandoval.
Sandoval earned a Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.Sc.) in human and business psychology from the University of Guadalajara and continued her studies at the University of Phoenix, focusing on business management.
“We are pleased to have Elizabeth as a valued member of the Coleman team,” said Norbert J. Kubilus, president and CEO of Coleman University. “Her extensive knowledge of the San Diego area and commitment to leading successful admissions will be invaluable as Coleman continues to grow.”
About Coleman University
Coleman University is a private nonprofit teaching university founded in 1963 and located in San Diego, California. Its technology-focused undergraduate and graduate programs prepare individuals for careers and leadership in their chosen fields. As San Diego’s oldest school dedicated to information technology, Coleman University has historically educated a large number of the region’s business-technology professionals.