On this episode of Edge, I talk to William Monts, Associate Vice President, Dean of Traditional Admission at Anderson University in South Carolina. In a recent Octane article, William describes how coaching basketball was a perfect lead in to his life in admissions and enrollment. We'll talk about the valuable lessons he's taken from the court to the office over the past several years. As a professional who is considered a rising star, his insights into developing a bonded team while building a competitive, winning attitude will be worth adopting for your admissions teams as well.
About Our Guest
William serves as the Associate Vice President, Dean of Traditional Admission at Anderson University in South Carolina. Originally from Columbia, South Carolina, he earned his bachelor's at Clemson University and his master's from Anderson University, SC. He is currently working on his Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration from Liberty University. Prior to working in enrollment management, he coached collegiate men’s basketball at Anderson University (SC) for 5 years as an assistant coach, Georgia Southwestern State University (GA) for 1 year as an assistant coach, Warren Wilson College (NC) for 2 years as the head coach, and Western Kentucky University (KY) for 2 years in administrative roles.