New Executive Director of Non-traditional Admissions

Kelley Taptich

Kelley Taptich

Kelley Taptich of Freehold, NJ, joins the Admissions staff of Immaculata University as executive director of Non-traditional Admissions. In this capacity, Taptich will oversee the admissions process for adult students seeking to earn undergraduate or graduate degrees. She will oversee a staff of six admissions counselors.
Prior to arriving at Immaculata, Taptich served in various leadership roles at DeVry Education Group for nearly 20 years. Most recently, she was the senior director of Admissions at DeVry University in Philadelphia for six years and she also occupied the position of regional director of High School Admissions at the campus in North Brunswick, NJ. Gaining experience at all levels of recruitment and admissions, Taptich is also knowledgeable in financial aid, retention, compliance & accreditation, event planning, and marketing.
As evidence of her dedication to her profession, Taptich has been recognized as a top achiever in recruitment efforts throughout her career including earning the Newcomer of the Year Award, and has been ranked #7 and #11 respectively as an Admissions Representative in the Nation.
Earning her undergraduate degree in Education from Baylor University in Waco, TX, Taptich continued her education receiving a Master of Science degree in Human Resource Management from Keller Graduate School of Management in Chicago, IL. Taptich is a member of Chi Omega Sorority as well as Who’s Who among Women Business Professionals.
“I am honored to be a part of the College of LifeLong Learning and Graduate Studies and feel confident that our recruitment strategies for 2016 combined with the talent in each department will result in future IU enrollment growth,” stated Taptich regarding her new position at Immaculata.
Immaculata University is a comprehensive, Catholic, coeducational institution of higher education, located on the Main Line between Malvern and Exton, 20 miles west of Philadelphia.

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