Friday Aug 10, 2012
Indiana University Northwest has named Craig DeMyer as its new Registrar.
Since 2003, DeMyer has served as the Assistant Registrar at IU South Bend. In his former role, DeMyer was responsible for reporting and analyzing requests for various university departments, including academic units, financial aid, residential life, and athletics. He also maintained student record information and assisted with course scheduling.
DeMyer also served as an adjunct instructor at the South Bend campus, where he taught education, computer science and business classes.
“Craig’s varied professional experience, as well as his strong understanding of the registrar policies that govern Indiana University, will make him a great asset for the IU Northwest campus,” said David Malik, Ph.D., Executive Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs at IU Northwest. "His knowledge of the use of information technology in registrar functions will advance our operation and benefit students and faculty alike."
Key priorities for the Office of Registrar include building on the successes of the previous Registrars, improved efficiencies and continued focus on customer service.
“As the Registrar of IU Northwest, I most look forward to the opportunity to undertake new challenges, which support the advancement of the vision and mission of the university,” DeMyer said.
DeMyer succeeds Jeff Johnston, who led the IU Northwest Registrar’s Office on an interim basis while also serving as Registrar at IU South Bend.
“For nearly a year, Jeff served as the Interim Registrar, and for that I’d like to recognize and thank him for his service, dedication and contribution to the IU Northwest campus,” Malik said. “He has served our campus, and specifically the needs of our students, very well.”
DeMyer holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration and economics from Indiana Central College and a master’s degree in finance from Colorado State University.