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Dr. Frank Lamas

Founded in 1911, Fresno State is committed to embracing the diversity inherent in its university community to enable student success, produce transformative scholarly research and creative works, and develop institutional, community and intellectual leaders.

Vice President Frank Lamas leads the Division of Student Affairs, comprised of 250 full-time staff members across various departments including admissions and records, career services, the Central Valley Cultural Heritage Institute, educational talent search, and student involvement, to name a few.

In learning of Fresno State’s selection, Lamas pointed to the dedicated staff within the division. He shared, “It is a real honor for us to be selected as one the most promising places to work in Student Aff airs across the country. We have great colleagues within the division committed to student success and dedicated to serve the needs of our students, division, university and community.”

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