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Paul P. Marthers

Associate Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management and Student Success

State University of New York

HQ Phone:  (315) 267-2000

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State University of New York

44 Pierrepont Ave

Potsdam, New York,13676

United States

Company Description

The State University of New York is the largest comprehensive system of higher education in the United States, with 64 college and university campuses located within 30 miles of every home, school and business in the state. In 2015-16, SUNY served nearly 1.3 m...more

Background Information

Employment History

Dean of Admission

Reed College


Associate Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management and Student Success

University at Albany


Vice President for Enrollment

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute


Affiliations

The Education Conservancy

Advisory Board Member


The Albany Academy

Board of Trustees Member


National Association for College Admission Counseling

Board Member


Education

Reed College


history

University of Chicago


B.A.

English

Oberlin College


Ed.D

UPenn


Ed.D

University of Pennsylvania


Ph.D.

botany

University of British Columbia


master's degree

education

Boston University


Web References(163 Total References)


Enrollment Management Report: Official Website

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Paul Marthers
Associate Vice Chancellor/Vice Provost for Enrollment Management and Student Success State University of New York Prior to his current position, Paul worked at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Reed College, Oberlin College, Phillips Academy, Boston College, Duke University, Vassar College and Bennington College. His articles or book chapters have appeared in Academe, American Educational History Journal, College and University, History of Education Quarterly, The Journal of College Admission, The Journal of Higher Education Outreachand Engagement, The Journal of Graduate Liberal Studies, InsideHigherEd.com, The School Counselor, University Business, College Unranked (Harvard University Press, 2005), and Leadership Lessons: Vision andValues for a New Generation (AACRAO, 2013). He is the author of Eighth Sister No More (Peter Lang Publishing, 2011). A first-generation college graduate, Marthers has degrees from Oberlin College, Boston University, Reed College, and the University of Pennsylvania. Paul Marthers State University of New York


It's Not Just About the First and Second Year of College | Academic Impressions

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by Paul Marthers,Associate Vice Chancellor/Vice Provost for Enrollment Management and Student Success, SUNY
Paul Marthers photo (Associate Vice Chancellor, SUNY) It's not just about the first and second year of college.


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Paul Marthers
State University of New York


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Paul Marthers
Associate Vice Chancellor/Vice Provost for Enrollment Management and Student Success State University of New York Prior to his current position, Paul worked at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Reed College, Oberlin College, Phillips Academy, Boston College, Duke University, Vassar College and Bennington College. His articles or book chapters have appeared in Academe, American Educational History Journal, College and University, History of Education Quarterly, The Journal of College Admission, The Journal of Higher Education Outreachand Engagement, The Journal of Graduate Liberal Studies, InsideHigherEd.com, The School Counselor, University Business, College Unranked (Harvard University Press, 2005), and Leadership Lessons: Vision andValues for a New Generation (AACRAO, 2013). He is the author of Eighth Sister No More (Peter Lang Publishing, 2011). A first-generation college graduate, Marthers has degrees from Oberlin College, Boston University, Reed College, and the University of Pennsylvania.


Consider needs of institution, students when planning your application strategy

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In the State University of New York system, colleges and universities use a traditional approach to helping students understand the application process and the qualifications they need for a particular institution, said Paul Marthers, associate vice chancellor and vice provost for enrollment management and student success.
Marthers encourages SUNY institutions to seek more interested applicants because the casual applicants are unlikely to yield. He noted the example of Boston College, which added several short essay questions to discourage casual applicants. For example, when Marthers started a job at Reed College in Oregon, he questioned requiring applicants to submit a copy of a paper they had written. But he learned that the paper was an important part of the review process. But other institutions have gone test-optional based on institutional research results, Marthers said. It could have the benefit for a student and the institution because the student will likely apply to fewer institutions, Marthers said. Paul Marthers State University of New York


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