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Washington State University conducts transformational research and provides world-class education to more than 26,000 undergraduate, graduate, and professional students. Founded in 1890 in Pullman, it is Washington's original land-grant university, with a miss... more.
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By John Fraire, vice president for student affairs and enrollment management at Washington State University.
John Fraire, vice president for student affairs and enrollment at Washington State University in Pullman, Wash., agrees.
WSU is one of the large test-optional public universities that took part in the study. Fraire believes that standardized tests are artificially narrowing the pool of students applying to some colleges. Students who do badly on tests, he says, may not even bother to apply. "In some ways, it's discouraging students who have great potential for success [from applying to] a particular school," he says.
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John Fraire has been appointed Portland Stateâ€™s new Vice President of Enrollment Management & Student Affairs, effective March 23, 2015, according to a recent University Communications press release. Fraire was selected from a pool of candidates with the help of the Witt/Kieffer search firm. â€œEverybody who met with these candidates had the opportunity to give input and feedback. The time it took to name Fraire as vice president was shorter than usual. â€œNormally a search like this can take just under a year, and in some cases in excess of a year. Previously, Fraire held the same position at Washington State University in Pullman. Prior to WSU, Fraire worked at Truman State University in Missouri, Harvard and several other universities across the country. Departments of enrollment management and student affairs are not usually combined at universities, which is why it is difficult to find someone with experience in both fields, according toÂ Gates. EMSA houses 30 different departments at PSU. Fraire will be responsible for â€œresidence life, campus recreation, admissions, financial aid, new student programs, student health services, student life programs, and diversity and multicultural student services,â€� according to the press release. â€œThereâ€™s so much responsibility that this person is ultimately responsible for. A lot of it is enrollment management: getting students here, working with admissions and financial aid, making sure all of the nuts and bolts and behind-the-scenes things work really well. Retention is always a big project, and trying to make sure that students are attaining their academic goals and progressing towards [their] degrees,â€� Tarabocchia said. Fraire has been credited with helping to diversify the student body at WSU. He worked as a consultant for the Gates Millennium Scholars Program, where he supervised the evaluation of Latino applicants. â€œWe are making great progress in recruiting and supporting diverse students at PSU, and John has the skills and knowledge to help us do even more,â€� Wiewel said in the press release. Fraire is also a published playwright and theater producer. He served as an arts commissioner for the state of Washington. He is known for being involved in programs that reach minority students through theater. â€œI really hope that at PSU he can find a place to develop that.
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