Dr. Todd Holcomb is the fourth-and-final candidate for Hawkeye Community College’s soon-to-be-empty President’s chair.
Holcomb is presently the President of Western Nebraska Community College, and has been since December of 2010. Before that, for about six months, he was Interim President at Western Nebraska, and from the fall of 2009 to June of 2010, Dr. Holcomb was WNCC’s Vice-President of Student Services. Prior to moving to Western Nebraska, he served in various administrative capacities at Miami University in Ohio and at Iowa State in Ames.
Dr. Holcomb earned his Doctorate in Education/Higher Education at the University of Georgia, his Master’s degree in Higher Education Administration at Texas Tech, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Truman State in Kirksville, Missouri.
Like the other three finalists for the Hawkeye position, he’ll meet with faculty, staff, students and the community twice tomorrow(Thur), from 9 to 10 am and from 3 to 4 pm, in Tama Hall on the HCC main campus on East Orange Road. At 6:30 tomorrow(Thur) night, Holcomb will be interviewed by the Hawkeye Board of Trustees, also on the main campus. That, too, is open to the public.
Whichever of the four is chosen, will succeed the retiring Dr. Linda Allen.