The Mid Michigan Community College Board of Trustees has announced a change in the four finalists that have been selected in the search for a new president. MMCC is in the process of selecting a president to lead the institution after current President Carol Churchill retires in late June. Churchill has served MMCC for seven years as the College’s president.
Ronald D. Natale, II, Ph.D. a candidate for the position of president of Mid Michigan Community College, announced that he has scheduling conflicts that will prevent him from being able to adequately prepare for and travel to the campus on May 20 and 21 for the interview process. He has withdrawn as a candidate at MMCC.
Evan L. Montague, PhD. Dean of Student Services, Lansing Community College, Lansing, Michigan has accepted an invitation to join the other three finalists to meet with faculty, staff, alumni and friends who represent the community. Dr. Montague was among the top ten finalists selected by the Board of Trustees.
Other finalists are:
Jean M. Bailey, Ph.D. – Director of Educator Development Programs, College of Medicine, Central Michigan University, Mt. Pleasant; Ronald Granger, M.S. – Associate Vice President and Vice President for Administrative Services, Central Wyoming College, Riverton, Wyoming; and Christine M. Hammond, Ph.D. – Dean of Instruction and Student Success, North Central College, Petoskey.