Mj Huebner

Mj Huebner
Vice President for Admission and Financial Aid

Mj Huebner (she/her/hers) joined Kalamazoo College as vice president for admission and financial aid in September 2020.

Roles and Responsibilities

Mj helps establish and implement a strategic, comprehensive enrollment plan for the College, encompassing Admission and Student Financial Aid. She oversees the development of recruiting strategies and enrollment programs to enhance student-institution fit and successful student transition to the College. She also helps create a financial aid plan to maximize opportunities for every talented student interested in attending K.

Professional Experience

Mj previously served as interim vice president of enrollment management at the University of Texas Permian Basin. 

Mj came to K with nearly 30 years of higher education experience. In addition to leadership positions in admission and enrollment management at institutions such as Coe College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and Rocky Mountain College in Billings, Montana, she has worked as a trusted colleague with nearly 40 colleges and universities across the U.S. as an enrollment management consultant. In these various roles, Mj has demonstrated her ability to evaluate critical data and trends, analyze and implement enhanced approaches for recruitment and financial aid, fine-tune marketing and communication strategies, and drive key enrollment metrics. 


  • Bachelor of Arts, English, Cornell College

Why K?

“I love orange! And I appreciate the Kalamazoo community as much as I do the College, our students, and our beloved colleagues. I have worked with more than 40 colleges and universities around the country and K feels like home. Hornets are smart, kind and funny.” 

Life Outside of the College

“I LOVE live music. Kalamazoo has great shows at Bell’s, and when I’m in Denver, I enjoy seeing artists at Red Rocks. Highlights of summer 2022 were Brandi Carlile and The Chicks—phenomenal performances. Recently I saw The Judds (with Brandi Carlile) at Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids. Life is better with music!”