UPDATE: as of this time (3:30 p.m., Sunday, January 5) the only page for Roquemore on Linked In describes him as “President at Irvine Valley College.” His page no longer describes him as Chancellor of CSU.
* * *January 1: A friend contacted me to tell me that Glenn Roquemore—recently sent packing from IVC after 17 years as college Prez—has been hired by a local for-profit as Chancellor.
I looked up Roquemore's Linked-In page and found this:
|2 months? How do you figure?|
California Southern University is a private, for-profit, university that began its operations in 1978. It offers associate's, bachelor's, master's and doctoral degree programs 100% online in psychology, business and management, risk management and regulatory compliance, criminal justice, nursing, and education. California Southern University is located in Costa Mesa, California. It is not to be confused with Southern California College in Costa Mesa, California, an independent comprehensive coed institution established in 1920 and affiliated with Assemblies of God.CSU has not issued a press release or announcement about hiring a new chancellor. And nothing about Roquemore. The only indication I have found that Roquemore has been hired by CSU is the above content on his Linked In page.
The university was established in California on December 27, 1978, by Dr. Donald Hecht as a traditional correspondence school, and received its initial approval to offer degree programs from the California Department of Education. It originally offered associate level programs, then expanded to bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees. During the 1990s, the university added distance learning programs in the fields of business, psychology and law. The University is now recognized as an online degree granting institution....
Perhaps it is to be announced at the Party Congress on Monday. As you know, the Premier loves surprises. (See below.)
The CSU webpage refers to a "university president" and a "board of directors," but it does not refer to a university chancellor. Odd, that.
Oddly, the OC Register reported, last Tuesday (Dec 31), that “Vaughn Hartunian, a Granada Hills resident, will be California Southern University’s fifth president, effective Jan. 7, 2020.” But it reported nothing about a new Chancellor.