UACCB Chancellor 'Position Profile' Finalized

Posted Date - 6/2/21

The University of Arkansas Community College at Batesville (UACCB) Chancellor Search Committee met May 28 to formally begin the process to find a permanent leader to succeed former Chancellor Debbie Frazier, who retired May after a 34-year career in higher education.

The committee, along with UA System Vice President of Development and Planning Chris Thomason, finalized the first step of completing a "position profile" to be used as the chancellor position's official job description. The position profile for the chancellor can be found on the college's chancellor search webpage at https://chancellorsearchuaccb.com. The position will be advertised nationally to draw a diverse group of qualified applicants.

"The Chancellor Search Committee is a dedicated group who is looking forward to a robust regional and national search,” said Marietta Candler, chair of the search committee. “The communities and constituents of north central Arkansas are well represented by the search committee and all of its members are extremely dedicated to filling the chancellor position at UACCB with the right person to carry out the mission of the college and serve the interests of the region. I have every confidence that the search committee will fulfill its duty in reviewing candidates based upon merit and will find and recommend the individual who is an absolute fit for the institution and the communities we serve."

For more information about the UACCB chancellor search, visit the search website at https://chancellorsearchuaccb.com

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Governor Hutchinson announced in March the lifting of the statewide mask mandate after consulting with Secretary Jose Romero of the Arkansas Department of Health.  As the UACCB administration learned of the governor’s decision, it was determined that we would officially end the mask mandate on campus on May 11, one day after the end of spring semester.

The administration acknowledges that masks continue to be suggested within CDC guidelines, along with washing your hands and watching your distance.  We also understand that wearing masks is your personal choice, as is being vaccinated against the COVID-19 virus.

Our hope is that as the campus continues to return to a pre-COVID arrangement, we will remain informed, responsible and respectful in our efforts to stop the spread of the virus.


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