Rhonda Gregory has been promoted to the position of dean of Academic Support at Volunteer State Community College. The newly created role supervises academic support programs, Distributed Education, and International Education at the college. She had been director of Distributed Education at Vol State since 2015.
“Academic support is so important to the college mission. This position is really about promoting student success,” Gregory said. “The Learning Commons is a one-stop-shop for student academic support. We’ve integrated faculty advisory groups to help give direction in that effort and worked to create even more synergy with the great Learning Commons staff.”
Gregory also worked in higher education at Greenville University in Illinois. She held several positions there over nine years, including director of Instructional Technology, adjunct instructor, academic advisor, instructional technologist, and Online Learning Program coordinator. She holds a bachelor of science degree from DeVry University and a master of arts degree from Greenville College. She also has an Ed.D. in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Memphis.
For more information about academic support at Vol State visit www.volstate.edu/learningcommon