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The Board of Trustees of Carroll University, the first four-year institution in Wisconsin, invites applications and nominations for the 15th President of the University. Complete information on this opportunity is available at http://www.myersmcrae.com/skins/userfiles/file/CarrollU-President2017.pdf

Over the past decade, undergraduate enrollment has increased 13% and graduate enrollment has grown 179%. More than $100 million in renovations and new construction has been completed without incurring new debt. The endowment has reached $53 million. The next President will be expected to continue this successful trajectory of growth and excellence.

Carroll is a highly regarded, medium-sized, private university with an enrollment of more than 3,000 students. It awards 12 degrees, including the Doctor of Physical Therapy. The University is comprised of the College of Health Sciences, College of Arts and Sciences, and the Department of Business, Accounting, and Economics (currently working toward school status).

An earned doctorate or evidence of extraordinary intellectual engagement and experiences that demonstrate the ability to lead an institution of higher education are required. In accordance with Carroll’s Mission Statement, the President will honor the Presbyterian legacy of the University as well as the religious diversity of the current Carroll community.

To apply, applications must include 1) a letter of interest, 2) a current resume or CV, 3) at least five references with contact information, including e-mails, and 4) answers to the questions at www.myersmcrae.com/skins/userfiles/file/CU-MMQuestions.pdf.  

Submit applications to Carroll-Pres@myersmcrae.com. For best consideration, submit application materials by April 18, 2017.


Nominations are invited and should be submitted to Carroll-PresNominations@myersmcrae.com  

Myers McRae Executive Search and Consulting is assisting with this search. www.myersmcrae.com

Carroll University is an EOE.