Paul P. Marthers Vice Provost, Enrollment Management

As Emory's chief enrollment officer, Paul Marthers co-leads the Emory Undergraduate Project (EmoryUP) focused on improving retention, graduation, and student satisfaction rates. Enrollment management offices include Emory College of Arts and Sciences' Undergraduate Admission, Financial Aid, Oxford Enrollment Services, Registrar, and Student Information Systems.

In March 2018, Marthers was also appointed to serve as Interim Vice President of Campus Life.

Prior to Emory, Marthers worked at the State University of New York System as the chief enrollment and student affairs officer as well as at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Reed College, Oberlin College, Phillips Academy, Boston College, Duke University, and Vassar College. In 2007, The Chronicle of Higher Education named him one of "10 Admission Deans who are Shaping Their Field." His articles and book chapters have appeared in American Educational History Journal, College and University, History of Education Quarterly, The Journal of College Admission, The Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement, InsideHigherEd, University Business, College Unranked, and Leadership Lessons: Vision and Values for a New Generation. He is also the author of a book on the history of former women's colleges, Eighth Sister No More.

A first-generation college graduate, Marthers has a BA from Oberlin College, master's degrees from Boston University and Reed College, and a doctorate from the University of Pennsylvania.