by George Boggs, The Chronicle of Higher Education
Faculty members, of course, are not the only important audience for presidents.
by Margaretta B. Mathis, Community College Week
The growing need for trained and resourceful leaders has become a mantra among retiring community college CEOs.
by George A. Baker III, Community College Week
Almost 40 years ago, community colleges were growing faster than they ever had since their founding.

The Roueche Graduate Center offers a Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) in Community College Leadership that is designed for senior administrators, faculty, and other aspiring leaders who opt for a doctorate to be well prepared for leadership positions in community and technical colleges. Instruction and engagement include a combination of face-to-face and online sessions with community college experts, teleconferencing with national leaders, team work and interaction with fellow students, topical webinars, and a practicum to address emerging college/district/system issues.

Admission requirements include a completed online application, a master’s degree from a regionally accredited institution of higher education in the United States or from an international institution of higher education recognized by the ministry of education or other appropriate government agency, a cumulative minimum GPA of 3.00 (of a possible 4.00 GPA) for all previous graduate coursework, official transcripts, a current resume, three years of related professional experience, a personal and professional goal statement, three letters of recommendation, and a willingness to participate in the program as a member of a cohort.

To speak to an admissions representative, please call 1-512-813-2300, or send an email to Our admissions team will help answer your questions and assist you with the application process.

If you have general questions about the Ed.D. in Community College Leadership Program, please call 512-813-2300 or email us at