Mabel Freeman Retiring From Ohio State

Mabel Freeman, assistant vice president for undergraduate admissions and first-year experience at Ohio State University, is stepping down from her post later this month. She directs all recruitment and admissions operations for new freshmen and transfer students and oversees the First-Year Experience initiative to ensure their successful transition into the university community. For the past 11 years, the entering class at Ohio State has had a higher grade point average and higher average test scores than the class that preceded it. As a result, the university’s graduation rate has also increased.

Dr. Freeman, who holds bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees from Ohio State, will take a part-time position as special adviser to the president of Columbus State Community College. In this new post she will work with area high schools on programs to increase college readiness.

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