EVANSVILLE — Brennan Randolph, who has served as president of the Harrison College's Terre Haute campus since 2010, was named on Friday to also serve as president of Harrison's Evansville campus.
Harrison College is a private sector college serving more than 5,000 students at 14 campuses in Indiana, Ohio, North Carolina and offers courses online at harrison.edu.
Randolph will be responsible for the overall operations of the Evansville and Terre Haute campuses, including development, planning, staffing and support in the areas of admissions, education, placement, financial aid and administration.
Randolph joined Harrison College in 1998, as a financial aid adviser. He has since held positions in accounting and academics, including a six-year stint as the Director of Education.
Harrison College's Evansville campus, 4601 Theater Drive, offers associate's and bachelor's degrees in 13 programs through the Schools of Business, Veterinary Technology, Criminal Justice and Health Sciences. The campus also offers certificates and diplomas in three more programs of study.
A native of Vigo County, Randolph is active in the Terre Haute Rotary Club, co-chairs the Higher Education Group for the United Way, serves on the board of directors for the Terre Haute Chamber of Commerce and on the Supervisory Committee for the Vigo County Federal Credit Union. He is a graduate of Leadership Wabash Valley.
Harrison College was founded in 1902 as Indiana Business College, and is celebrating its 110th anniversary.