Don Stoll
Marketing, Admission
Manager of Communications & International Student Relations
951.659.2171 x2346

Don, who holds a Ph.D. in Philosophy from The Pennsylvania State University, enjoys the good fortune of living fifty yards from the Admission Office in a house on campus with his wife, Marianne Kent-Stoll, the Dean of Academics. He conducts Skype interviews of international applicants to determine their competence in English, creates the I-20’s that allow non-citizens to study in the U.S., calls on the generosity of volunteer parent translators to communicate regularly with international parents, and does the writing for the Marketing Department. Because their four children have grown up, Don and Marianne have time every summer (since 2008) to lead volunteers with their nonprofit, the Karimu International Help Foundation, to the same remote Tanzanian village for work alongside its residents on development projects requested by the villagers.