Dr. Ifeanyi Ugboaja will step into the role of interim vice president of academic services for Clinton College.
Dr. Ugboaja previously served as Clinton’s Associate Vice President of Academic Services and Division Chair of Business and Leadership. He replaces Dr. Toneyce Randolph, who accepted the Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs role at Morris Brown College in Atlanta, Georgia.
“Dr. Randolph was an asset to the growth of our academic department, and we are grateful for her hard work and dedication to the mission of the College,” said Dr. Lester McCorn, President of Clinton College. “Having worked alongside Dr. Randolph, Dr. Ugboaja will do an excellent job during this transition. I have the utmost confidence in his ability to continue to push the department forward as he is very familiar with our college and its needs.”
With over 15 years in academia, Dr. Ifeanyi Ugboaja has held various roles that have contributed to the growth and development of educational institutions. He has a business background and a Doctorate in Management and International Business. His unwavering commitment to enriching the student journey and fostering a culture of success has consistently propelled his professional trajectory.“I embrace this opportunity to contribute with a sense of honor and humility. My commitment to Clinton College lies in maintaining the principles and core values that define this beloved community,” said Dr. Ugboaja. “I am fully committed to continuing the success and prosperity of Clinton College, and I am looking forward to the collaborative and transformative impact we will create together.”