William Bynum Jr. Named College's Vice President for Student Services
Bynum, who has worked at Clark Atlanta University and the Georgia Institute of Technology, is a 20-year educator who also has an extensive background in administration. A graduate of Davidson College, Bynum also earned the Master of Arts and doctoral degrees from Duke University, where he was an Endowment Fellow.
“Morehouse is pleased that Dr. Bynum is joining us in the Office of Student Services,” said President Robert M. Franklin Jr. ’75. “He is well versed in the culture of small liberal arts institutions like Morehouse and he understands the students who make up our population. Dr. Bynum has demonstrated a penchant for developing and renewing student-based programming. We anticipate that the Office of Student Services will flourish under his leadership and that the student body will reap the benefits of his expertise.”
The Office of Student Services – comprised of Athletics, Counseling, Housing, Student Health, and Career Planning for Non-Business Majors, among others – is the official liaison between the College and the student body. The vice president has overall responsibility for student conduct, decorum and quality of life.
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