The Colorado Community College System (CCCS) has announced a nationwide search for the next Front Range Community College (FRCC) President. CCCS is committed to a thorough and inclusive search process, which will identify the best leader for FRCC from a deep and diverse pool of candidates. To assist in this effort, CCCS has partnered with national executive search firm, Isaacson, Miller. Isaacson, Miller is a preeminent firm serving academia in the recruitment of presidents for some of the nation’s leading colleges and universities – including recent searches for Community College of Denver, Arapahoe Community College and the Community College of Aurora. The team of consultants is led by Monroe “Bud” Moseley, partner.
To help define the professional experiences, traits and attributes needed in the next president, FRCC and CCCS faculty, students, staff, alumnae/i, and other campus stakeholders’ are asked to provide input. That input will be gathered through stakeholder conversations and this feedback survey: https://www.research.net/r/FRCCPresidentCommunityFeedback.
With the information gleaned from stakeholder conversations and shared through the above survey, the search advisory committee and consultants will formulate a position profile to serve as a guiding document during the recruitment and assessment process. The goal is to finalize the profile by mid December. Isaacson, Miller will spend the late part of 2021 and early part of 2022 developing a candidate pool for the search advisory committee to review, interview and assess. The strongest candidates in that pool will then be invited to meet with a larger group of campus constituencies and it is our expectation to announce the final selection by May 2022.
The FRCC community can stay informed about the progress of this search through this webpage. While appropriate details about this search will be shared publicly, it is important for everyone to understand that candidates rely on the discretion of the search committee and our guarantee of a confidential process.