In the summer of 2001 the Virginia Community College System welcomed Glenn DuBois to serve as its new chancellor. Since then, he has led the 23-college system through its first and into its second strategic plan, rising to the challenge of enduring both unprecedented enrollment growth and unprecedented cuts in state operating funds.
During his tenure, Virginia’s Community Colleges have signed groundbreaking guaranteed transfer agreements with more than two dozen public and private universities; become Virginia’s leading provider of workforce development services, helped Virginia close headline-grabbing economic development deals; diversified community college funding sources, doubling foundation-led private fundraising; and have maintained a tuition rate that is one-third of the comparable rate at Virginia’s universities.
DuBois received his doctorate in higher education administration, research and policy from the University of Massachusetts. He began his career at a community college in New York.
Academic Services & Research
Vice Chancellor, Administrative Services
Associate Vice Chancellor for Facilities Management Services
Associate Vice Chancellor, Human Resource Services
Assistant Vice Chancellor for Budget & Planning
Assistant Vice Chancellor, Governmental Relations
Randall K. Johnson
Josephine A. Martin
Director of Enterprise Portfolio Management Office
Information Technology Services
Workforce Development Services
Assistant Vice Chancellor for Academic and Student Services,
Wilson joined the Academic Services & Research staff in January of 2013 as assistant vice chancellor for Academic and Student Services. Wilson oversees all academic and student services activities to include educational programs, financial aid, instructional technology, and student services.
Most recently, Wilson served as associate vice president for Student Learning and Success for the North Carolina Community College System. He also worked as vice president for Student Services at Forsyth Community College (NC) and held positions at Winston-Salem State University and Western Carolina University.
Wilson earned a bachelor’s degree in chemistry as well as a master’s degree in Public Affairs/Public Administration from Western Carolina University. He received his doctorate in educational leadership from Appalachian State University.