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Dr. Paul P. Marthers

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Manager, Admission Office

Phone: (503) ***-****  
Reed College
3203 SE Woodstock
Portland , Oregon 97202
United States

Company Description: Reed College, in Portland, Oregon, is an undergraduate institution of the
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Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • Reed College
  • Education
  • 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
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Educational Opportunity Centers, Inc. - Talent Search - S.P.A.R.C. - Applying to College
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Ideally, if a student chooses one of the early streams, they've already done some thorough research into college options, says Paul Marthers. He is the dean of admission at Reed College in Oregon.
"Early application, in my opinion, should only be made to a college that the student has determined is a clear first choice, a choice that will not change in the months following early application," Marthers says.
"Colleges admit only the best candidates in their pools through early action admission. Never apply early action unless you are fully prepared for the possibility that you will be denied."
It's important for students to realize that early decision is a binding program, so applicants can end up selecting a first choice college that they no longer want to attend several months later, Marthers says.
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The regular admission stream gives students the opportunity to apply to multiple colleges and have several options, Marthers says. "Financial aid applicants, in particular, often need multiple options, because financial aid policies and awards can have considerable variation," he says.
Paul Marthers, Dean of ...
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Paul Marthers, Dean of Admission at Reed College (OR), reflects on his experience working in admission as a first-generation college graduate.
American Gap Association | Get Ahead With a Gap Year - Part 3
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Paul Marthers, a dean of admission at Reed College, states that, "students feel this sense of ownership over their time.
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.
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Paul Marthers State University of New York
Educational Opportunity Centers, Inc. - Talent Search - S.P.A.R.C. - Applying to College
www.talentsearchsparc.org [cached]
Ideally, if a student chooses one of the early streams, they've already done some thorough research into college options, says Paul Marthers. He is the dean of admission at Reed College in Oregon.
"Early application, in my opinion, should only be made to a college that the student has determined is a clear first choice, a choice that will not change in the months following early application," Marthers says.
"Colleges admit only the best candidates in their pools through early action admission. Never apply early action unless you are fully prepared for the possibility that you will be denied."
It's important for students to realize that early decision is a binding program, so applicants can end up selecting a first choice college that they no longer want to attend several months later, Marthers says.
...
The regular admission stream gives students the opportunity to apply to multiple colleges and have several options, Marthers says. "Financial aid applicants, in particular, often need multiple options, because financial aid policies and awards can have considerable variation," he says.
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