Scott Cline is the Associate Vice President of Enrollment at California College of the Arts. He has also worked at Stanford University and Chapman University. He is the current President of the California Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators.
He holds a Doctor of Education degree from San Francisco State University in Educational Leadership and Administration, a Master of Arts in Education Leadership and Administration and a Bachelor of Arts in History with a minor in Honors and Political Science from Chapman University.
His areas of research include financial aid, higher education finance, and enrollment management. He has consulted with a number of organizations and non-profits on educational projects in the area of financial aid, enrollment management, and systems.
Scott Cline holds that all students, no matter their background or previous experience, deserve equal access to education at all levels. Education is a true equalizer.
He writes about the intersection of technology, the process of research, financial aid, student access and the state of higher education at scottcline.org/blog and concurrently at dailydissertation.com. Sometimes random asides appear too along with pictures of his "office".