Behind a Stagnant Portrait of College Leaders, an Opening for Change

The typical college president is a 62-year-old white man with a Ph.D. who thinks his faculty just don’t get it and that his college never has enough money. It’s little wonder that he’s ready to get out of there.

The 2017 edition of the American College President Study, which is produced every five years by the American Council on Education, arrives today with another slow-evolving snapshot of the demographics of higher-education leadership.

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