Ivy Tech vice president takes post in Arkansas

An Ivy Tech Community College official is leaving his post to lead a community college in Arkansas.

John Hogan, associate vice president for student affairs and placement and former chancellor of Ivy Tech Community College’s Columbus/Franklin region, has been named president of National Park Community College in Hot Springs, Arkansas.

Hogan led Ivy Tech’s six-county Columbus/Franklin region during a period of high enrollment growth, doubling its size in three years, according to a statement from Ivy Tech. In Hogan’s tenure as chancellor, the region grew from 3,328 students during the 2002-03 academic year to 9,593 in 2011-12.

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