An admission and recruiting professional with years of experience recruiting hundreds of students to prestigious universities in the state will lead recruiting efforts at Enterprise State Community College next year.
Adonis Bozeman will take reins as a recruiter at ESCC in January. Bozeman comes to Enterprise State from Auburn University Montgomery as a senior admissions counselor and recruiter. Prior to then, he served as an ambassador and orientation leader at the University of West Alabama. His experience recruiting students through multiple efforts will be essential to ESCC’s mission for students to “see what’s possible” in the more than 20 career-ready programs and 20 clubs and organizations at the college.
ESCC President Matt Rodgers expressed his excitement to have Bozeman as part of the ESCC recruiting team.
“We are thrilled that Adonis Bozeman will be joining our team here at ESCC,” President Rodgers stated.
“Adonis has a great reputation in the recruiting circles. He is considered one of the top recruiters in the state. He was responsible for 97 schools and did a wonderful job recruiting for Auburn University in Montgomery. Adonis is already well established in this region and connects very well with students. Most importantly, he is an outstanding man and a class act. He will hit the ground running on January 2nd.”
ESCC Dean of Students, Olivier Charles, is excited to have Bozeman on our team.
“We wanted to find a recruiter that understands our student population, is knowledgeable about current trends in student recruitment, and understands the support needs of our educators, counselors, and school administrators. Because of Adonis’s experience in student recruitment, he fits all of those needs and he will have an immediate impact on our efforts,” Charles stated.
Bozeman obtained a master’s degree in Higher Education and a bachelor’s degree in History from the University of West of Alabama. His experience includes advising and managing a pool of an estimated 1,300 prospective freshmen, international and transfer students. While at AUM, Bozeman increased enrollment by more than 50 percent in a year’s time.
“I decided to join Enterprise State Community College because of the opportunity and growth,” Bozeman said.
“Working as a senior admissions counselor and recruiter has given me the tools needed to successfully connect with a broad range of individuals who want to improve their lives through education. Enterprise State is an institution with many opportunities. I feel that every student has an opportunity to become successful in whatever they chose to do for an affordable price. Enterprise State is a “hands-on” institution that ensures each student is counted as a student and not a number. The campus environment is welcoming to anybody. The growth of ESCC shows that the opportunities here are limitless. Growth is never by mere chance; it is the result of forces working together. I am excited to be a part of the ESCC growth. My goal is to ensure that every student (traditional & non-traditional) will have that same opportunity to join the Boll Weevil Family.”
Bozeman is a native of Aliceville, AL.