Grove City College names Lee Wishing to new position


Grove City College President Paul J. McNulty ’80 has named Lee S. Wishing III ’83 to a newly-created post of vice president for student recruitment, effective July 1. Wishing currently serves as the administrative director for the center for vision and values as well as the assistant to the president for student recruiting and strategic initiatives.

“It is essential for the college to sustain a highly-competitive, long-term recruitment strategy in order to attract top students. Lee has become an integral part of our enrollment plan during the last year. His efforts generated an increase in new student applications and the largest incoming freshman class in a decade.” McNulty said. “Coupled with his ideas, enthusiasm and understanding of the college, we are confident that Lee has the experience necessary to exceed expectations.”

Wishing graduated from Grove City College in 1983 with a degree in business administration and holds a master’s degree in organizational leadership from Geneva College. He worked in the financial services industry until 1994, when he returned to his alma mater as director of college relations, where he was instrumental in launching The Center for Vision & Values at Grove City College, a conservative think tank strengthening the faith and freedom foundation of American citizenship,

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