CNCC VP of Student Affairs resigns citing personal reasons |

CNCC VP of Student Affairs resigns citing personal reasons

Colorado Northwestern Community College Vice President of Student Affairs John Anderson resigned from the local community college Thursday, citing personal reasons, CNCC President Ron Granger confirmed Friday afternoon.

Anderson, who worked at CNCC for nearly 3 years, served in his role of VP of Student Affairs for 2 years. Prior to moving into the role of VP of Student Affairs, Anderson served as the Director of Enrollment and Retention Services/Registrar for CNCC.

Attempts to reach Anderson on Friday were unsuccessful.

On Tuesday at the Moffat County commissioners’ meeting, Jesse LaRose, the Assistant Program Director of Arts and Sciences for the Craig campus introduced himself, stating he would be taking over July 1 for Anderson, and would be the point of contact for the college.


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