Hattenburg previously served as Director of Enrollment Management
for Marian University's College of Osteopathic Medicine
Marian University has announced the promotion of Kyle Hattenburg to Assistant Vice President for Health Professions Enrollment Management. He previously served as the Director of Enrollment Management for the university’s College of Osteopathic Medicine.
As Assistant Vice President for Health Professions Enrollment Management, Hattenburg will oversee the admissions operations, recruitment, financial aid, and alumni engagement within the university’s health professions. This includes developing and implementing data-driven recruitment and scholarships for all health professions programs.
“Marian University continues to increase the number of undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral programs, as well as campus and site locations, adding more talented leaders to manage these growing efforts,” said Brad R. Wucher, Vice President for Enrollment Marketing and Communications. “Kyle has demonstrated excellent vision for the health profession programs and dedication to our mission. Through his leadership, Marian University will continue to thrive as a national leadership institution.”
Hattenburg previously held leadership positions in admissions and management for several undergraduate and graduate medical programs at Marian University, Purdue University, Indiana University, and the University of Arkansas. He is a member of the National Association of Graduate Admissions Professionals and the American Marketing Association. Hattenburg holds a bachelor’s degree in religion with a minor in business management from Harding University.
“Marian University has built a strong foundation as an educator of choice for transformational leaders in the healthcare professions,” said Kyle Hattenburg, Assistant Vice President for Health Professions Enrollment Management. “I am excited to be part of strengthening our growing programs in the health professions to meet the critical need for healthcare professionals in Indiana and the Midwest.”