Edith Waldstein

Vice President for Enrollment Management

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Joining Wartburg in 1989, Dr. Edith Waldstein serves as vice president for enrollment management and associate professor of humanities at Wartburg College. A member of the President’s Cabinet, she oversees Admissions, Financial Aid, the Pathways Center (academic support services), Information Technology Services, and the Office Institutional Research. She also chairs the college’s Admissions/Scholarship and Retention committees.

Since moving into her current position (2001), Wartburg’s geographic and ethnic diversity enrollment (US students of color and international students) has grown significantly. Prior to her current position, Waldstein served as associate vice president for academic affairs and associate dean of the faculty. In addition, she has played and continues to play an instrumental role in developing and sustaining the College’s relationship with the Wartburg Castle and Eisenach, Germany.

After graduating from Wartburg in 1973, Waldstein earned her Master of Arts and Ph.D. degrees at Washington University in St. Louis, Mo. Prior to joining the Wartburg faculty and administration, she served as assistant professor of German at The Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Waldstein serves on the Allen College Board of Trustees and is in her second term of serving on the Waverly City Council.