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From the website of Pasco-Hernando State College
September 19, 2023 – The Pasco-Hernando State College District Board of Trustees (DBOT) selected Jesse Pisors, Ed.D., to serve as PHSC’s fifth president in the college’s 51-year history. The decision was made at a board meeting held today at the Spring Hill Campus, following trustee interviews with four finalists for the presidency. Pisors will succeed Timothy L. Beard, Ph.D., whose tenure at PHSC spans nearly 17 years, including his service as president since 2015.
Pending contract negotiations, Pisors is expected to take office in early January during an approximate one-month transitionary period until Beard’s retirement on January 31, 2024. “We have full confidence that Dr. Pisors will continue to uphold the college’s core values and will lead PHSC to further success in all future endeavors,” said Lee Maggard, Chair, DBOT.
For more information about the search process and the candidates, visit the Presidential Search page.