Matthew Miller is the Associate Rutgers Biomedical & Health Sciences Registrar, where he helps to coordinate the registrar-related activities across the Rutgers Biomedical & Health Sciences (RBHS) schools. He serves as a resource to the RBHS school registrar offices for best practices, database/system support and data management. He helps to maintain the Banner Student Information System (SIS) and ensure that it is functioning effectively and being used in a way that maximizes its usefulness. Matthew also monitors and facilitates how the SIS interacts with the other various systems that are utilized across Rutgers.
Matthew earned his Bachelor’s Degree Psychology and Master’s Degree in Industrial & Organizational Psychology from Montclair State University. He has nearly 2 decades of experience as an administrator working in higher education, more specifically within the areas of Institutional Research, Assessment, Registration and Student Affairs. This varied experience gives him a broad perspective that incorporates a strong focus on the student experience, the management of a variety of student-related data, a deep understanding of the systems that are employed to organize student information and the analysis of all that information to help in driving institutional change.
In addition to his professional career in Higher Education, Matthew still makes time to give back heavily to his community. He currently serves and a volunteer firefighter and is an elected Fire Commissioner for the town in which he lives. Matthew also started a nonprofit organization that promotes the mental health benefits of physical activity. He founded the organization and served as the board chair and volunteer CEO for the first five of its formative years. Matthew remains an active board member and treasurer for the organization and feels fortunate that he has been able to give back in such concreate ways to his community.