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Porter named assistant VP for Enrollment Management

Aaron Porter

(Feb. 9, 2018) – Carson-Newman University President J. Randall O’Brien has appointed Aaron Porter to assistant vice president for Enrollment Management.

“Aaron’s ability to analyze the University’s ongoing enrollment efforts, as well as today’s trends in recruitment, is not only commendable, but indispensable,” said O’Brien. “He has a love for Carson-Newman and a genuine desire to help students and their families as they explore college options.”

Porter joined Carson-Newman in 2014 and has served as dean of Enrollment Management, overseeing the University’s Admissions and Financial Aid offices. Prior to joining C-N’s staff, he served as director of Admissions for Bryan College. He was also assistant director of Admission/athletic liaison and director of Admission at Tusculum College.

Porter received his undergraduate degree in business administration from King College before earning his master’s degree from Tusculum College.

He and his wife, Lynnsey, reside in Jefferson County along with their daughter Elearie.

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