IU Welcomes Gerald Wargo as VP for Enrollment Management
“I believe strongly in the mission of Immaculata University and the students that we serve. I look forward to developing a department of Enrollment Management that will position the university for success now and for the future.” stated Wargo regarding his new position at Immaculata.
Serving for 18 years in various leadership positions within the DeVry Education Group, Wargo gleaned valuable experience most recently as vice president for enrollment management for DeVry Medical International in Iselin, NJ. He began his professional career in higher education administration at DeVry University where he held progressively more responsible leadership positions before assuming the campus presidency from 2012-2013 at the Philadelphia campus.
Throughout his career, Wargo has demonstrated the ability to grow enrollment at the undergraduate and graduate levels, increase retention rates, market multiple campus brands, and lead a diverse, extensive team of professionals.
Wargo earned his undergraduate degree from Trenton State College, and then pursued multiple master’s degrees in Business Administration and then Human Resource Management, both from Keller Graduate School of Management.
As an experienced professional, Wargo has received numerous awards during his career with DeVry University including the North Brunswick Campus President’s Award; Assistant Director of the Year Award; and he is the three-time recipient of the Pride Diamond Award. In addition to professional recognition, Wargo is a member of the College of New Jersey Athletic Hall of Fame; recipient of the Coach’s Award from the College of New Jersey baseball team, and Male Athlete of the Year from Notre Dame High School in Lawrenceville, NJ.
Wargo is married to Jill and they have two children: Lauren, who is entering 5th grade, and Grant who will be attending 1st grade.
Immaculata University is a Catholic, coeducational institution of higher learning, located on the Main Line between Malvern and Exton, 20 miles west of Philadelphia.