Cleveland State Community CollegeThe Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) invites applications and nominations for the position of President of Cleveland State Community College (CLSCC). Situated in scenic Southeast Tennessee, 30 miles northeast of Chattanooga, Cleveland is surrounded by natural beauty, and recreational opportunities. CLSCC is a comprehensive, two-year, post-secondary institution committed to providing open access and quality education to all students. As an Achieving the Dream college committed to student success, CLSCC meets the educational needs of the people it serves in 5 counties (Bradley, Meigs, McMinn, Monroe, Polk) in southeast Tennessee. Cleveland State is one of Tennessee’s 13 community colleges. The President is the chief executive officer of the College and reports to the TBR through the Chancellor. The successful candidate will be a dynamic, innovative, and energetic leader with the vision, skills, and integrity required to guide this quality college to higher levels of achievement.


Additional information can be found at the college's website: clevelandstatecc.edu


 


Recommended Candidate


Andy White

Dr. Andrew W. White

Sr. Director, Fast Forward program
Belmont University
Nashville, TN

 

Dr. Andrew W. White, senior director of the Fast Forward program at Belmont University since 2022 and previously dean of the business and technology division at Volunteer State Community College. He holds a Doctor of Education degree in Education Leadership from The Rossier School at the University of Southern California, a Master of Science in Public Administration from Central Michigan University, and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Tennessee.

The College System of Tennessee is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.  Under state law, applicants may request that their application and related materials be confidential and not open for public inspection until such time the candidate is selected as a finalist for the position.  The Tennessee Open Meetings Act requires meetings of the Board of Regents to be open to the public.