Ozan Jaquette is an assistant professor of higher education in the UCLA Graduate School of Education & Information Studies. His research specializations are organizational behavior, enrollment management, higher education finance, and higher education policy. His research program analyzes how postsecondary institutions change behavior to generate enrollment from desired student populations, with a focus on the tensions between the enrollment pursuits of access, academic prestige, and revenue generation. His past research analyzes the causes and consequences of out-of-state enrollment growth by public universities. His current research analyzes recruiting behavior by colleges and universities, utilizing “data science” methodologies and FOIA requests as data collection strategies.
- Ph.D., Higher Education, University of Michigan
- M.Phil., Social Policy, Oxford University
- B.B.A., Business Economics, George Washington University
- Jaquette, O. (in press). Do public universities replace state appropriations with master’s students? Review of Higher Education.
- Barringer, S. N., & Jaquette, O (in press). The Moving Missions of Community Colleges: An Examination of Degree-Granting Profiles Over Time. Community College Review. doi:10.1177/0091552118786012
- Jaquette, O., Kramer, D. A., & Curs, B. R. (2018). Growing the Pie? The Effect of Responsibility Center Management on Tuition Revenue. The Journal of Higher Education, 89(5), 637-676. doi:10.1080/00221546.2018.1434276
- Curs, B. R., & Jaquette, O. (2017). Crowded Out? The Effect of Nonresident Enrollment on Resident Access to Public Research Universities. Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, 39(4), 644-669. doi:10.3102/0162373717704719