Leadership in a Time of Peril? The Private Junior College President

Adam Morris, Michael T. Miller

Abstract


The number of private junior colleges has decreased steadily over the past four decades, and with fewer private institutions operating, access for many students has similarly decreased. Private junior colleges differ in many ways from their public community college peers, yet they often serve a very distinct audience, namely those interested in transfer-related coursework and degree programs. As the number of institutions has decreased, presidential leadership has become increasingly important to steward these institutions into the future. The current study explored the roles, challenges, and future issues for private junior colleges.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/jse.v3i1.2830

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