Kenneth Fettig

Vice President for Student Success
307 Turley Center

Kenneth Fettig is the Vice President for Student Success where he serves as the Chief Enrollment Management and Student Services Officer for the University. 

Kenneth provides leadership, vision, and administrative supervision of a full range of student services including admissions and enrollment, financial aid, residence life, and housing, student employment, and counseling services.

He brings more than 15 years of experience in higher education leadership to the position, with demonstrated success in enrollment and retention management, academic advising, and cross-departmental and locational leadership.

Other highlights of his professional career include generating growth opportunities, building key relationships, and overseeing high profile-projects and initiatives, with specialized skills and knowledge in areas including student recruitment, student retention, and engagement, budget management, diversity and inclusion, campus operations, change management and more.  

He has held various roles in higher education settings ranging from Adjunct Instructor at the University of Arizona Global Campus to International Program Coordinator at Michigan State University. Most recently, Fettig served as the Senior Director of Student Success Services and Site Director at the University of Arizona Global Campus and Zovio at its Denver and San Diego locations.

Kenneth possesses a Master of Business Administration from the University of Arizona Global Campus with an emphasis in Global Management, in addition to a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations from the James Madison College at Michigan State University. He received a Graduate Certificate in Psychology from the University of the Rockies and spent time studying Middle Eastern History and Affairs at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.  

Kenneth holds professional certifications from the University of Oklahoma Consortium for Student Retention and Data Exchange, the Council of College and Military Educators, and the Kansas State University National Academic Advising Association. He also serves as a Committee Chair for the Downtown Denver Partnership.