Freer and Stang Assume New Roles Within Student Affairs


Freer and Stang Assume New Roles Within Student Affairs
Douglas Freer has been named the associate vice president for Student Affairs Administration.
Megan Stang has assumed the duties of interim director of University Housing Services.

Douglas Freer, who has served Cal Poly Pomona for the past 14 years, has been named the associate vice president for Student Affairs Administration. In conjunction with the appointment, Megan Stang has assumed the duties of interim director of University Housing Services.

“Doug has been a great asset for university, proving himself at every level,” says Gary Fredericksen, interim vice president for Student Affairs. “I am confident that he and Megan will provide outstanding leadership for our division and the entire university.”

In his new role, Freer will retain line management responsibility for University Housing Services and Parking & Transportation Services, as well as lead division-based fiscal management, human resources, technology and information systems, and capital and organizational planning.  He previously served as assistant vice president and director of University Housing Services.

Freer holds an Ed.D. from UCLA, a MBA from California State University, Long Beach, and a bachelor's from Adelphi University in New York.

Stang joined Cal Poly Pomona in 2002 as associate director for Housing Operations, after a six-year tenure with housing management in the private sector.  She holds a MBA from Pepperdine University and a bachelor's degree from McGill University in Montreal, Quebec.