Ivy Tech Names Campus President For Richmond, Connersville

July 22, 2014
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Chad Bolser most recently served as athletic director for Richmond Schools.

Chad Bolser most recently served as athletic director for Richmond Schools.

Ivy Tech Community College has appointed a new campus president for the Richmond and Connersville campus.

Chad Bolser will report to the regional chancellor, Andy Browne.  The focus of the
local campus president will be outreach to the local communities in Fayette, Franklin, Rush, Union, and Wayne counties. In addition, campus presidents will manage the day-to-day operations while fostering a campus climate that is consistent with the College’s core values.

“I am incredibly honored, and excited, to be selected as campus president,” says Bolser. “This community, including the surrounding counties, has had a positive impact on my life, both from a personal and professional standpoint. Richmond Community Schools has been a tremendous place to work for the past sixteen years. I am truly thankful for the opportunities and experience that I have gained through their leadership. The position at Ivy Tech will not only challenge me, but also provide the opportunity to participate in changing the lives of those in the regional communities.”

Bolser most recently served as athletic director for Richmond Community Schools. He begins his tenure with Ivy Tech in mid-August.

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