Todd Rinehart, University of Denver Vice Chancellor for Enrollment and NACAC President presented an education workshop and live Q&A on May 20th. Mr. Rinehart provided valuable insight on the simple three-step process to college admissions as well as tips and tricks when applying and selecting your ideal college.
If you missed this unique opportunity to learn and engage with Mr. Rinehart, don't worry. You can watch the recording below!
Todd Rinehart is the Vice Chancellor for Enrollment at the University of Denver (CO). In his 24th year at Denver, Rinehart has helped elevate the University’s undergraduate reputation with unprecedented growth in enrollment, academic quality, and diversity. Rinehart previously worked at the University of Louisiana-Lafayette (La) and Bowling Green State University (OH). BGSU is also where Rinehart earned bachelor’s and master’s degrees in education.
Rinehart is a noted speaker at local, regional, and national conferences, covering key issues related to enrollment management, college admission, and ethical practices. He currently serves as the President for the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC), and will serve on that board through 2022. In 2017, Rinehart completed a two-year term as chair of NACAC’s Steering Committee on Admission Practices, a committee that wrote a new code of ethics for admission professionals, aligning emerging practices with the values and principles of the association. Prior to that, Rinehart chaired the national Admission Practices Committee, where his team monitored and enforced compliance with NACAC’s Code of Ethics.
Rinehart is married to Melissa Kutcher-Rinehart, head coach of the nationally-ranked DU women’s gymnastics team. They live southeast of campus and have two children, Will and Ella.