NASHVILLE — The Tennessee Board of Regents today unanimously approved William Seymour as the next president of Cleveland State Community College.
Seymour will assume his leadership role on January 2 after current president Carl Hite retires.
The Board took the action during its regular quarterly board meeting in Nashville, acting on a recommendation from TBR Chancellor John Morgan. Seymour was selected after a nationwide search. He currently serves as vice president for Institutional Advancement at Jackson State Community College in Jackson, Tenn.
Among other actions, regents discussed new completion strategies designed to provide a system approach to student success by using predictive analytics and guided pathway systems.
Andy Sher is a Nashville-based staff writer covering Tennessee state government and politics for the Times Free Press. A Washington correspondent from 1999-2005 for the Times Free Press, Andy previously headed up state Capitol coverage for The Chattanooga Times, worked as a state Capitol reporter for The Nashville Banner and was a contributor to The Tennessee Journal, among other publications. Andy worked for 17 years at The Chattanooga Times covering police, health care, county government, ...
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