The College of Charleston’s Board of Trustees and the College of Charleston Foundation Board have approved an extension of CofC President Andrew Hsu’s contract through June 30, 2027.
Hsu began his tenure as the 23rd president of the College on May 16, 2019, and his original contract had been set to expire in May 2024.
“I am both humbled and very proud to have this opportunity to continue the great work we have started here together,” said Hsu. “The College of Charleston, a community of top talent, continues its tremendous momentum toward improving student success, academic distinction and employee success. We – the faculty, staff, students, volunteer leaders and alumni – have already accomplished much in our 10-year strategic plan, and I am excited to see how we can build upon those early achievements. This is a remarkable university because of its remarkable people.”
Before joining the College, Hsu was the provost and executive vice president for academic affairs at The University of Toledo. Prior to that, he served as the dean of engineering at San Jose State University and as the associate vice president for research and the dean of the Graduate School at Wright State University.
“I know we all look forward to President Hsu’s continued extraordinary service and his leadership in guiding the College towards even greater academic excellence and institutional distinction,” David M. Hay ’81, chair of the Board of Trustees, said of the board’s unanimous vote in support of the president’s contract extension.
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