Senior Associate | ealy@artsci.com | 859-200-8829

For more than 20 years, Jamie Ealy has dedicated his career to work in higher education, with a host of experience in collegiate admissions and student recruitment. He has led successful enrollment campaigns at multiple institutions and brings a wealth of admissions knowledge to Art & Science Group and its clients.

At Art & Science Group, Jamie plays a primary role on projects examining strategic positioning and planning, pricing and financial aid, and market analyses as well as providing clients significant expertise in university enrollment management, admissions communications and student recruitment strategy and tactics. Since joining the firm, Jamie has worked with Agnes Scott College, Colby College, Furman University, Grinnell College, Hendrix College, Providence College, University of North Carolina School of Law and Washington University in St. Louis, among others. Jamie’s work with independent schools has included the Buckley School and the Milton Hershey School, as well as other positioning and strategic planning studies conducted for independent and boarding schools nationwide.

Before joining Art & Science Group, Jamie served as the Director of Undergraduate Student Recruitment at West Virginia University, where he oversaw undergraduate student recruitment, including all branding and communications initiatives, territory enrollment goal setting, recruitment data analysis and coordination of on-and-off campus events. Under Jamie’s leadership, WVU experienced record enrollments, including the three largest first-year and transfer classes in WVU's history with continuous improvement in student profile. Jamie also served as Director of Admission at Berea College in Kentucky. During his tenure, Berea met enrollment and student profile goals every year, including significant increases in diversity and selectivity. He has additional experience in academic advising and spent several years as a teaching assistant in the Interdisciplinary Studies program at Virginia Tech, where he taught both traditional and online courses dealing with interdisciplinary themes.


  • B.A. English, Concord University

  • M.A.Ed. Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, Higher Education/Student Affairs, Virginia Tech