The Board of Trustees of Mesalands Community College, accredited by The Higher Learning Commission, a Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, is conducting a nationwide search for a new president. The College seeks an experienced, dynamic, visionary, and enterprising leader, who will guide and set the stage for growth, stability, and service to a unique community college. Mesalands is located in a historic Route 66 community, with potential for continued success.
The College has been at the cutting edge of wind energy technology, and is the site of the North American Wind Research and Training Center. The College also houses a world class dinosaur museum and a program in Paleontology. Other unique program offerings include: Farrier Science, Artistic Silversmithing, Fine Arts Bronze, and a nationally ranked Intercollegiate Rodeo Team, led by an internationally recognized coach. The College and its unique programs is fortunate to be led by a committed faculty and staff, resulting in high rates of student success.
Target date for applications is Wednesday, May 1, 2013.
For additional information, please call (575) 461-4413, ext.108.