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The Search for MSU's President Continues

The search for the next President for Midwestern State University continues.


The university's Presidential Search Advisory Committee, comprised of twelve individuals including members of the Board of Regents and representatives of the students, faculty, staff, alumni, and the greater Wichita Falls community, met with our consultants from Academic Search and began the process of reviewing and screening the applications of 53 candidates from a national applicant pool for the position of President of Midwestern State University. Eleven candidates were invited for interviews by the advisory committee. 

Following the interviews, three highly-qualified candidates were extended invitations for on-campus interviews. At this time the university is bound by a mandate of confidentiality, and the name of each candidate will be released the day before their on-campus visit. During these visits, the candidates will have an opportunity to visit with students, faculty, staff, alumni, and the community. The schedule for the on-campus visits is attached.

Following the candidates' on-campus activities and individual interviews before the Board of Regents, it is anticipated that the Board of Regents will select a finalist or finalists at a posted public meeting of the Board of Regents in early March. Thereafter, in accordance with state law and upon expiration of the 21-day required notice period, the Board of Regents will name the next President of Midwestern State University at a posted public meeting of the Board of Regents.
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