River Valley Community College Presidential Search Yields Finalists

Published: 5/10/2018 11:36:11 PM
Modified: 5/11/2018 12:01:07 AM

Claremont – The assistant superintendent of SAU 6 and the dean of academic affairs and student services at a community college in Connecticut have been chosen as the two finalists to become the next president of River Valley Community College.

Cory LeClair, who was previously the director of federal programs with the SAU before becoming assistant superintendent, and Alfred Williams will participate in final interviews on Monday and Tuesday, Allen Damren, a member of the college board of trustees and Claremont assistant mayor, said at Wednesday night’s City Council meeting.

Damren said there were 40 applicants and the group was pared to four for initial interviews.

The college has been without a permanent president since Alicia Harvey-Smith left in August 2016 to become executive vice chancellor at Lone Stare College in Houston. During Harvey-Smith’s tenure, RVCC was expanded to include the former Lebanon College building.

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