Matthew Gottlieb

Records & Registration Coordinator





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Matthew Gottlieb is the records and registration coordinator in the Office of Registration & Enrollment where he serves as the technical expert regarding the maintenance and retention of student records. He is responsible for researching, analyzing, and resolving complex student and technical issues related to registration, enrollment, and graduation requirements for Maryland Carey Law. He ensures that students have the appropriate information needed to make informed decisions regarding registration, change of schedule, graduation requirements, and withdrawals and that the requests are processed sensitively, accurately, and according to school policy.

Prior to joining Maryland Carey Law, he worked in Enrollment Management at the University of Maryland, Baltimore Graduate School where he supported certificate, master’s, and doctoral students throughout their enrollment at the Graduate School. He was responsible for degree certification, managed course schedules for 30+ degree programs, served as an administrative member for a joint graduate council with the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and was heavily involved in the planning of student activities including new student orientation, writing workshops for students crafting a thesis or dissertation, the annual Graduate Research Conference, and the hooding ceremony for doctoral students.

He began his career in education management providing academic and mentorship opportunities to high school students across the United States from overcrowded and underfunded school systems. While working in education management, he also served as an onboarding specialist (assisting with connecting students to their mentors), a team manager, and a public speaker to engage with partnered school districts.

He is a member of the Americans for the Arts and participates in initiatives that aim to spark social change through the arts. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Theatre and Performance Studies with an emphasis in Dramaturgical Research from California State University Fullerton.