Prior to joining Ohio Dominican in 2016, Julie Burdick served at the University of Arkansas – Fort Smith (UAFS) as vice chancellor for Enrollment Management. Under her leadership, UAFS reversed an enrollment decline, which resulted in a positive budget impact. UAFS also experienced an increase in scholarship applicants by nearly 100 percent, resulting in the highest GPA of incoming freshmen in the university’s history.
Previously, Burdick served as the associate vice president for Academic Affairs at the University of Akron (UA); director of Academic Planning and Assessment, director of Undergraduate Enrollment, and assistant director of Admissions at the University of Cincinnati; and director of Admissions at Chatfield College in St. Martin, Ohio.
Burdick has served in full-time, as well as numerous adjunct faculty positions. She has been active in many professional organizations, including the Association of American Colleges and Universities, American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admission Officers, National Association for College Admission Counseling, and Ohio Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers. Burdick has been an Associate Sister of Charity since 2002.
Burdick holds a bachelor’s degree in Marketing and Management from Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, and a Master of Business Administration from Xavier University.